Nullarbor Daily Summaries

August 2020
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Date Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Sat 01/08/2020 6.2 +0.4 21.5 +1.8 0.0  
Sun 02/08/2020 11.4 +5.6 18.5 -1.2 0.0  
Mon 03/08/2020 9.7 +3.9 18.8 -0.9 0.0  
Tue 04/08/2020 8.8 +3.0 24.5 +4.8 0.0  
Wed 05/08/2020 11.5 +5.7 26.5 +6.8 0.0  
Thu 06/08/2020 8.0 +2.2 14.4 -5.3 12.0  
Fri 07/08/2020 6.6 +0.8 15.9 -3.8 3.8  
 
August 2020 Average 29 8.9 +3.1 20.0 +0.3    
Aug 1987-2016 Average 5.8   19.7      
Aug 1987-2016 Highest 17.0 27th 2002 33.0 15th 2001    
Aug 1987-2016 Lowest -4.0 17th 1996 12.0 17th 1992    
 
August 2020 Total         15.8 2 day(s)
Aug 1905-2016 Average Total         23.4 9.6 day(s)
Aug 1905-2016 Wettest Total         72.7 1932
Aug 1905-2016 Wettest 24hr Total         27.9 6th 1973
Aug 1905-2016 Driest Total         0.0 1905
 
Jan-Aug 2020 Total         130.2 64 day(s)
Jan-Aug 1889-2017 Average Total         180.5 58.1 day(s)
 
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A yellow cell indicates a probable monthly record for this site (sites with ≥ 10 years of records only). The number of years of records available for the relevant field for this month is indicated in black. See the station's climate page for full details.

Station Details

NULLARBOR
West Coast, South Australia
31.4492°S 130.8976°E 64m AMSL
Commenced 1888
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Weather News

Flash flooding tipped as a powerful cold front and cloud band head for WA

18:12 EST

Western Australia is set to be drenched from Sunday as a powerful cold front combines with a cloud band to produce thunderstorms and heavy falls which could lead to flash flooding.

Snow falls over Flinders Ranges, creating alpine scenes in South Australia's north

15:16 EST

Snow has fallen across parts of South Australia including as far north as the upper Flinders Ranges, transforming the usually parched landscape into a scene likened to the North Pole.