Singleton Daily Summaries

November 2019
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Date Min to 9am Anomaly Max from 9am Anomaly Rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Fri 01/11/2019 13.9 - 33.7 - 0.0  
Sat 02/11/2019 16.0 - 33.5 - 0.0  
Sun 03/11/2019 16.1 - 33.4 - 0.0  
Mon 04/11/2019 16.0 - 28.3 - 10.8  
Tue 05/11/2019 13.0 - 22.7 - 4.0  
Wed 06/11/2019 8.8 - 28.9 - 0.0  
Thu 07/11/2019 16.3 - 32.9 - 0.0  
Fri 08/11/2019 17.1 - 31.3 - 0.0  
Sat 09/11/2019 13.0 - 23.5 - 0.0  
Sun 10/11/2019 12.8 - 29.0 - 0.0  
Mon 11/11/2019 11.5 - - - 0.0  
 
November 2019 Average 14.0   29.7      
 
November 2019 Total         14.8 2 day(s)
 
Jan-Nov 2019 Total         331.6 70 day(s)
 
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SINGLETON (DEFENCE)
Hunter, New South Wales ACT
32.6976°S 151.1564°E 125m AMSL
Commenced 2017
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