North East Rainfall Bulletin

Thursday April 2, 2020
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Station
Rain to 9am Interval
mm Hours
HURDLE CK AT BOBINAWARRAH 39.2 24
ARCHERTON 43.6 24
BALD HILL 18.8 24
BARNAWARTHA 35.4 24
BENALLA AIRPORT 41.4 24
CARBOOR UPPER 41.8 24
ELDORADO 37.0 24
OVENS RIVER @ EUROBIN 27.0 24
FALLS CREEK 14.2 24
GRETA WEST 42.4 24
OVENS RIVER @ HARRIETVILLE 0.0 24
HOWITT PLAINS (HIGH RIDGE) 23.4 24
BUNGEET (HIGHLANDS) 34.0 24
HOLLAND CK AT WRIGHTLEY 62.2 24
HUNTERS HILL 16.6 24
HUON (BARKLEYS CAMP) 25.0 24
INDIGO 22.0 24
JAMIESON LICOLA RD 34.2 24
LAKE BUFFALO 25.6 24
LIMA EAST (CHARNWOOD) 67.6 24
MILAWA BROWN BROS 44.0 24
MITTA MITTA 15.8 24
MOUNT BULLER 22.0 24
DINNER PLAIN (MOUNT HOTHAM AIRPORT) 3 24
MT SUNDAY 22.4 24
TOLMIE (MOUNT TABLETOP REPEATER) 38.4 24
EDI UPPER (BLACK RANGE TROUT FARM) 37.6 24
RUTHERGLEN RESEARCH 41.8 24
STUMP HILL (BARJARG) 62.8 24
TANGAMBALANGA NE DAIRY 20.0 24
WANGARATTA AERO 28.0 24
WARRENBAYNE 57.2 24
WHITFIELD (KING RIVER AT CHESHUNT) 41.8 24
WODONGA 18.6 24
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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.
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