Sweers Island Rainfall Reports

January 2020
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Date Rain to 9am interval
mm Hours
Wed 01/01/2020 0.0 24
Thu 02/01/2020 0.0 24
Fri 03/01/2020 0.0 24
Sat 04/01/2020 0.0 24
Sun 05/01/2020 0.0 24
Mon 06/01/2020 0.0 24
Tue 07/01/2020 4.0 24
Wed 08/01/2020 0.0 24
Thu 09/01/2020 0.0 24
Fri 10/01/2020 0.0 24
Sat 11/01/2020 0.0 24
Sun 12/01/2020 0.0 24
Mon 13/01/2020 4.0 24
Tue 14/01/2020 0.0 24
Wed 15/01/2020 0.0 24
Thu 16/01/2020 0.5 24
Fri 17/01/2020 0.0 24
Sat 18/01/2020 0.0 24
Sun 19/01/2020 0.0 24
Mon 20/01/2020 0.0 24
Tue 21/01/2020 2.0 24
Wed 22/01/2020 1.8 24
Thu 23/01/2020 0.8 24
Fri 24/01/2020 1.0 24
Sat 25/01/2020 24.0 24
Sun 26/01/2020 6.0 24
Mon 27/01/2020 56.0 24
Tue 28/01/2020 8.5 24
Wed 29/01/2020 9.0 24
Thu 30/01/2020 0.2 24
Fri 31/01/2020 32.0 24
 
January 2020 Total 149.8 14 day(s)
January 1893-2017 Average Total 328.0 14.6 day(s)
January 1893-2017 Wettest Total 741.5 2006
January 1893-2017 Wettest 24hr Total 213.0 19th 2013
January 1893-2017 Driest Total 9.2 1893
 
Jan-Jan 2020 Total 149.8 14 day(s)
Jan-Jan 1893-2017 Average Total 328.0 14.6 day(s)
 
Highlights the highest daily rainfall during the period.
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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

SWEERS ISLAND
Gulf Country, Queensland
17.1142°S 139.5981°E 4m AMSL
Commenced 1893
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Weather News

Coronavirus distancing measures lifted as Cyclone Harold lashes Vanuatu

11:43 EST

Tens of thousands of people across Vanuatu are bunkering down as a powerful category five cyclone moves slowly across the Pacific island nation.

Cyclone Harold bears down on Vanuatu, predicted to bring winds of 215kph

03:42 EST

Disaster officials in Vanuatu are urging communities, many of them in remote locations, to shelter as a category five tropical cyclone rapidly approaches the island nation.

Wet season not over yet in the Top End

13:28 EST

Darwin's skies were lit up overnight and into Sunday morning, with thunderstorms generating heavy rain, signalling the Top End has not quite moved into its dry season yet.  In just the 30 minutes before 9am on Sunday morning, Darwin recorded 32.6mm of rainfall.