Yankalilla Daily Summaries

August 2021
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Date Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Sun 01/08/2021 - - - - 30.0  
Mon 02/08/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Tue 03/08/2021 - - - - 4.6  
Wed 04/08/2021 - - - - 2.0  
Thu 05/08/2021 - - - - 0.2  
Fri 06/08/2021 - - - - 1.2  
Sat 07/08/2021 - - - - 0.4  
Sun 08/08/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Mon 09/08/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Tue 10/08/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Wed 11/08/2021 - - - - 4.2  
Thu 12/08/2021 - - - - 4.8  
Fri 13/08/2021 - - - - 0.8  
Sat 14/08/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Sun 15/08/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Mon 16/08/2021 - - - - 0.4  
Tue 17/08/2021 - - - - 0.2  
Wed 18/08/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Thu 19/08/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Fri 20/08/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Sat 21/08/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Sun 22/08/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Mon 23/08/2021 - - - - 6.4  
Tue 24/08/2021 - - - - 3.0  
Wed 25/08/2021 - - - - 3.2  
Thu 26/08/2021 - - - - 0.8  
Fri 27/08/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Sat 28/08/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Sun 29/08/2021 - - - - 2.0  
Mon 30/08/2021 - - - - 0.4  
Tue 31/08/2021 - - - - -  
 
August 2021 Average -   -      
 
August 2021 Total         64.6 17 day(s)
Aug 1892-2021 Average Total         68.9 14.7 day(s)
Aug 1892-2021 Wettest Total         135.8 1909
Aug 1892-2021 Wettest 24hr Total         56.1 31st 1903
Aug 1892-2021 Driest Total         9.5 1914
 
Jan-Aug 2021 Total         372.6 96 day(s)
Jan-Aug 1892-2021 Average Total         410.7 76.5 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

YANKALILLA
Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia
35.4581°S 138.3501°E 45m AMSL
Commenced 1892
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Weather News

Contrails: Why do they form?

12:00 EDT

With travel restrictions beginning to gradually ease and international borders beginning to slowly open, airplanes, and the contrails they form are likely to become more frequent over the next few months.

Wet end to wild week of weather in Australia's southeast

11:46 EDT

There has been plenty of rain to go around in the southeast of Australia for the past week, and the rainfall totals for the past two days may have just summed up the week nicely.   A complex low pressure system has just moved into the Tasman Sea and is responsible for a lot of the weather that has been hitting the southeast during the past couple of days. Thursday’s rainfall over the southern states was no exception.   In Tasmania it was the wettest October day for:  Lake Leake (41.0mm) in 45 years  Devonport (38.2mm) in 29 years  Low Head (27.4mm) and Fingal (34.6mm) in 16 years  In South Australia it was also the wettest October day for:  Adelaide (29.2mm) in 22 years  Parafield (23.2mm) and Edinburgh (24.0mm) in 21 years  Yunta (24.0mm) in 18 years  Eudunda (18.0) in 16 years  The effects of the low are still being felt now, with brisk winds and showers impacting NSW, Victoria and Tasmania.

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