Mount Schank Daily Summaries

October 2021
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Date Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Fri 01/10/2021 - - - - 0.8  
Sat 02/10/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Sun 03/10/2021 - - - - 2.0  
Mon 04/10/2021 - - - - 10.2  
Tue 05/10/2021 - - - - 5.8  
Wed 06/10/2021 - - - - 0.2  
Thu 07/10/2021 - - - - 8.8  
Fri 08/10/2021 - - - - 0.0  
Sat 09/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Sun 10/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Mon 11/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Tue 12/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Wed 13/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Thu 14/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Fri 15/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Sat 16/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Sun 17/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Mon 18/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Tue 19/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Wed 20/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Thu 21/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Fri 22/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Sat 23/10/2021 - - - - 1  
Sun 24/10/2021 - - - - 1  
Mon 25/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Tue 26/10/2021 - - - - 0  
Wed 27/10/2021 - - - - 0  
 
October 2021 Average -   -      
 
October 2021 Total         30.3 10 day(s)
Oct 1969-2021 Average Total         57.5 12.8 day(s)
Oct 1969-2021 Wettest Total         174.8 1975
Oct 1969-2021 Wettest 24hr Total         61.0 8th 1975
Oct 1969-2021 Driest Total         4.4 2015
 
Jan-Oct 2021 Total         662.7 137 day(s)
Jan-Oct 1969-2021 Average Total         659.3 132.7 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

MOUNT SCHANK (JETHIA)
Lower South East, South Australia
37.9594°S 140.7703°E 21m AMSL
Commenced 1969
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Weather News

Lines of severe storms hitting SA, with more dangerous weather on the way

10:16 EDT

Several lines of heavy rain and severe thunderstorms are moving over southern districts of SA this morning, kicking off two days of dangerous weather in southern Australia.

Severe thunderstorms hit South Australia, causing widespread damage

02:10 EDT

Lightning, giant hail and heavy rains have hit parts of South Australia, causing flash flooding and damage across the state.  A severe thunderstorm warning for the Adelaide region has been cancelled, but a severe weather warning for damaging winds remains in place for most of the state.  Bureau of Meteorology South Australia forecaster Jenny Horvat said the wild weather began yesterday.

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