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Sweers Island Daily Summaries

July 2020
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Date Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Wed 01/07/2020 19.8 +2.2 27.2 +1.7 0.0  
Thu 02/07/2020 19.6 +2.0 26.3 +0.8 0.0  
Fri 03/07/2020 21.8 +4.2 26.7 +1.2 0.0  
Sat 04/07/2020 21.8 +4.2 26.0 +0.5 0.0  
Sun 05/07/2020 19.5 +1.9 - - 0.0  
 
July 2020 Average 15 20.5 +2.9 26.6 +1.1    
Jul 2002-2016 Average 17.6   25.5      
Jul 2002-2016 Highest 22.5 27th 2010 30.7 31st 2010    
Jul 2002-2016 Lowest 9.1 1st 2002 15.6 15th 2016    
 
July 2020 Total         0.0 0 day(s)
Jul 1893-2016 Average Total         3.2 0.4 day(s)
Jul 1893-2016 Wettest Total         39.6 2006
Jul 1893-2016 Wettest 24hr Total         23.4 14th 2006
Jul 1893-2016 Driest Total         0.0 1893
 
Jan-Jul 2020 Total         668.2 44 day(s)
Jan-Jul 1893-2017 Average Total         938.7 43.4 day(s)
 
Highlights the coolest minimum or maximum temperature during the period.
 
Highlights the warmest minimum or maximum temperature during the period.
 
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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Thunderstorms closing in on southwest WA

14:54 EST

A low-pressure system, accompanied by a front and troughs, is currently impacting southwestern parts of Western Australia, bringing rain, wind, and storms.

Queensland is not getting out of cold

10:46 EST

It was hard to get up on Sunday in the southeast of the Sunshine State as the mercury plummeted to the coldest morning so far this year for many locations.