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Saturday 23 September 2000

Hot again across southern Australia
Variation from the September normal of today's minimum (above) and maximum (below) temperatures BoM
Warm weather continues to dominate much of the nation's south, with temperatures 8 to 12 above the September norm occurring again over much of SA, northern NSW and southern Qld. A large area of southwestern SA recorded both night and day temperatures around 12 above. 

Today's highest rainfall totals for the 24 hours to 9am

25.0 Mt Read Tas
18.0 Cape Fourcroy NT
16.0 Lake Margaret Tas
13.6 Queenstown Tas

High falls for other periods:


Today's highest & lowest temps

Other extremes


Records set this day


Maximum Minimum
40.0 Fitzroy Crossing AP WA 26.0 McCluer Is NT
26.0 Warruwi NT
0.8 Mt Wellington Tas -4.0 Perisher Valley NSW

Greatest variations from normal

Maximum Minimum
35.0 Woomera AP SA
34.0 Ceduna AP SA
37.3 Marree PO SA
21.0 Eucla AP WA
20.8 Kulgera NT
20.5 Oodnadatta AP SA
11.0 Bushy Park Tas
5.5 Leonora WA