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Widespread useful rain sets October records
Storms cause damage in NE NSW, SE QLD
Cold again across the south
Hail causes crop damage in southern WA


Above:
Rainfall for the week ended 9am Friday 3 October, most of which fell from the rain event that crossed the continent from 29 September. Recent good rains in wheat-producing areas of the country has led the independent Australian Wheat Forecasters group to forecast a national harvest of 24.4 million tonnes, close to the record 1999-2000 harvest of 24.9 million tonnes. BoM
Below: Maximum temperatures were again 6 to 11 below normal across an enormous area of the continent today. BoM
Below: Surface chart for 4pm EST shows the main low that drifted across NSW overnight now centred in the Tasman with a central pressure of 986hPa. A secondary low, which formed in SW NSW early this morning as the parent low was crossing the South Coast, is now crossing the coast near Sydney. The troughs associated with the two lows brought widespread thunderstorms this afternoon and evening from the NSW Mid North Coast to the QLD Sunshine Coast. BoM

Widespread useful rain sets October records

Rain, including some heavy thunderstorm falls, set new October records in western NSW and the NSW/QLD border highlands.

The most remarkable falls were around the eastern QLD/NSW border. Wallangarra PO QLD with 110 years of records and Glen Innes PO NSW with 119 both experienced their heaviest October one-day rainfall with 109.6 and 85.8mm respectively. Stanthorpe QLD and Pindari Dam NSW, with about 30 years of record, also set new highs. Yesterday's heavy storm also gave Cobar Met Office its heaviest 24 hour total in 42 years with 45.4mm. Details of records and other heavy totals are below.

The rain was mostly very good news for those on the land. NSW Agriculture agronomists said that the timing of the rain for spring crops around Inverell was perfect, though a bit late for crops including cotton farther west around Moree and Collarenebri. Border rivers in eastern QLD experienced their first significant flows in six months, a boon for local irrigators.

Around 30 to 40mm fell in the NSW Central West, filling out maturing wheat and canola crops and helping to green pastures to produce good spring grazing. It helped to counter the effects of recent frosts and hot dry winds in the region.

The heavy rain in NE NSW was a mixed blessing for firefighters, either extinguising or helping to damp down some major blazes but hindering backburning operations and making access on slick forestry roads impossible. Strong winds around the Low also kept fires alight and assisted with drying vegetation. The Hewitts Peak fire SE of Glen Innes had burnt through 16,820ha by today.

Storms cause damage in NE NSW, SE QLD

Damaging thunderstorms accompanied a trough as it crossed the NE NSW and SE QLD this afternoon and evening. The SES fielded about 100 callouts for damage on the Mid North Coast. In the area between Port Macquarie and Yamba a severe windstorm caused about $1m worth of damage to banana plantations with plants blown over and infrastructure like packing sheds extensively damaged.

Roofs were blown from houses in Port Macquarie and at Kempsey where the wind gusted to 109km/h. Kempsey SES had 28 calls for assistance after the 10-minute storm, 18 to attend to roof damage of which 3 homes had lost entire roofs. There were widespread blackouts affecting Bellingen, Woolgoolga, Coffs Harbour, Dorrigo, Port Macquarie, Wauchope, Wingham, Stroud and Dungog. Strong winds and hail caused structural damage to haouses and brought down trees and powerlines in Grafton and Lismore, while on the Northern Tablelands Guyra was completely blacked out. West of the ranges at Inverell, two houses sustained roof damage from a storm about 2.30pm and there was general minor damage around the town. Damage was also reported from the Tamworth to Gunnedah area where the wind gusted to 104km/h at each location.

Brief but intense storms during the early evening caused 35,000 customers to lose power in southern Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast, southern Gold Coast and Darling Downs. An Energex spokeswoman said there were "hundreds of wires down" due to downed tree branches and lightning strikes. 1,000 customers were still without power Friday afternoon but almost all had been restored by early Friday evening. Fallen trees caused damage to several houses and cars in Texas, Esk, Logan, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast, and a man was trapped when powerlines fell onto his har in Logan.

Cold again across the south

Cold air moving up from the south behind the low again gave a huge chunk of southern Australia an uncomfortably cold spring day. Temperatures across most of the continent were below average, with all of SA and much of WA, NSW and VIC 6 to 11 below average. Continuing frosts in the SA Murray Valley have caused extensive damage, and shattered the prediction of bumper crops for many farmers. Some have lost up to half their expected yields. In the Murray Mallee, which stretches across NW VIC and SA south of the Murray, this year's severe frosts follow on from heavy frost losses in 2000 and 2001.

Hail causes crop damage in southern WA

Early morning thunderstorms around Esperance brought hail up to 2cm diameter, causing some crop damage.

News sources: Northern Daily Leader, Wellington Times, ABC, Inverell Times, AAP, Courier Mail, NSW RFS, Glen Innes Examiner, SMH, Central Western Daily, Kempsey Argus, Murray Valley Standard

National weather extremes for today

Data provided by the Bureau of Meteorology

Records set this day (previous record and years of computerised record shown in brackets):
Highest daily rainfall for October:
Queensland:
041116 WALLANGARRA POST OFFICE 109.6 (91.4, 110)
041175 STANTHORPE (GRANITE BELT HRS) 70.0 (62.0, 31)
New South Wales:
048027 COBAR MO 45.4 (43.2, 42)
054104 PINDARI DAM 78.4 (52.0, 32)
056011 GLEN INNES POST OFFICE 85.8 (82.8, 119)

Quality control note: Data is final. It includes late-received rainfall data and has been subject to BoM quality control checks.
Data is as received at 13:38EST, 03/03/2004.

Weather observations for today
Noteworthy  Weather         Capital  Cities         Regional  Cities       Alpine  Stations
Bureau of Meteorology Rainfall Bulletins and Weather Notes

Hottest
Highest maximum temperature>Greatest variation above normal maximum Highest minimum temperatureGreatest variation above normal minimum

43.6 CENTURY MINE Gulf Country QLD
40.4 NGUKURR N Rivers NT
39.9 WYNDHAM AERO N Kimberley WA
39.5 KIDMAN SPRINGS N Rivers NT
39.4 WYNDHAM N Kimberley WA

+5.0   32.0 KAIRI RESEARCH STATION N Coast--Barron QLD
+4.8   34.0 WALKAMIN DPI N Coast--Barron QLD
+4.7   26.5 NORAH HEAD LIGHTHOUSE Hunter Valley NSW
+4.3   37.0 CHARTERS TOWERS AIRPORT Central Coast W QLD
+4.1   33.7 ROCKHAMPTON AERO Wide Bay/Burnett QLD

28.0 NORTHERN ENDEAVOUR Islands ISL
27.3 WINTON POST OFFICE Northwest QLD
27.0 WINTON AIRPORT Northwest QLD
26.0 MCARTHUR RIVER MINE N Rivers NT
26.0 NGUKURR N Rivers NT

+9.7   27.3 WINTON POST OFFICE Northwest QLD
+8.2   25.8 TOORAK RESEARCH STATION Gulf Country QLD
+7.6   25.5 RICHMOND POST OFFICE Upper Carpentaria QLD
+6.2   20.2 GAYNDAH POST OFFICE Wide Bay/Burnett QLD
+5.6   19.4 GYMPIE Brisbane/SE Coast QLD

Coldest
Lowest maximum temperatureGreatest variation below normal maximum Lowest minimum temperatureGreatest variation below normal minimum

0.2 MT HOTHAM Upper NE VIC
0.2 MOUNT WELLINGTON Southeast TAS
3.0 MOUNT BULLER Upper NE VIC
3.0 MT BAW BAW W Gippsland VIC
3.7 FALLS CREEK Upper NE VIC

-10.5   15.8 LEIGH CREEK AIRPORT NE Pastoral SA
-10.0   19.3 MARREE NE Pastoral SA
-9.4   16.6 WOOMERA AERODROME NW Pastoral SA
-9.2   12.4 YONGALA Upper North SA
-9.1   22.4 GILES METEOROLOGICAL OFFICE Interior WA
-9.1   15.4 HAY (MILLER STREET) Riverina W NSW
-9.1   9.2 OMEO Upper NE VIC

-5.0 THREDBO VILLAGE Snowy Mtns NSW
-3.4 MOUNT WELLINGTON Southeast TAS
-0.5 MT HOTHAM Upper NE VIC
-0.4 HARTZ MOUNTAIN (KEOGHS PIMPLE) Southeast TAS
0.0 MOUNT BULLER Upper NE VIC
0.0 MT BAW BAW W Gippsland VIC
0.0 LIAWENEE Central Plateau TAS

-9.9   6.0 CARNEGIE Interior WA
-8.7   8.1 WATARRKA N Plateau NT
-7.3   11.6 MANDORA E Pilbara WA
-7.2   9.7 GILES METEOROLOGICAL OFFICE Interior WA
-6.4   9.6 BYRON BAY (CAPE BYRON LIGHTHOUSE) North Coast NSW
-6.4   -5.0 THREDBO VILLAGE Snowy Mtns NSW

Wettest Major City Extremes
Todays highest rainfall totals for the 24 hours to 9am. It includes the top 5 totals nationally followed by all reported falls of 50mm or more.

114.8 WALLANGARRA TM Darling Downs E QLD
109.6 WALLANGARRA POST OFFICE Darling Downs E QLD
103.8 WELLINGROVE (BRYDONE) N Tablelands W NSW
102.0 REDDESTONE (LONEWOOD) N Tablelands W NSW
101.0 EMMAVILLE (GLEN OAK) N Tablelands W NSW

QUEENSLAND
    Darling Downs E
114.8 WALLANGARRA TM
109.6 WALLANGARRA POST OFFICE
92.4 CARAWATHA
85.6 RIVERTON
78.0 RUMBULARA VINEYARDS
77.4 MELVA
76.4 BALLANDEAN POST OFFICE
73.6 GLENELG
73.0 BEARDY JUNCTION
72.0 GLENLYON DAM
70.0 STANTHORPE (GRANITE BELT HRS)
69.0 PIKEDALE TM
65.0 PASSCHENDAELE
63.0 TEXAS TM
62.2 YELARBON POST OFFICE
61.0 TEXAS POST OFFICE
59.6 LIMEVALE TM
59.0 BOOBA SANDS TM
57.9 DUNGORM
57.0 WOODSPRING TM
56.0 DALVEEN
56.0 CARBEAN
55.4 COOLMUNDA DAM
55.0 DUNMORE STATE FOREST
55.0 TUMMURRAMI
53.0 WOODSPRING
52.0 BENGALLA TM
51.4 SORRENTO
51.2 WONDALLI
51.0 INGLEWOOD FORESTRY
51.0 WARROO STATION
50.0 PALGROVE

NEW SOUTH WALES
    CW Plains N
52.0 EUMUNGERIE (EUMENGERIE POST OFFICE)
    NW Plains E
62.8 BOGGABILLA POST OFFICE
59.2 NORTH STAR (BONANZA)
54.2 NORTH STAR (WOLONGA)
54.0 NORTH STAR POST OFFICE
    NW Slopes N
80.5 COOLATAI (ORANA)
80.4 ASHFORD (SPRINGVALE)
79.4 BONSHAW (CORNVALE)
78.4 PINDARI DAM
78.0 ASHFORD (SUNHAVEN HOSTEL)
78.0 ASHFORD (WILVERN)
77.5 ASHFORD (TARRANGOWER)
77.2 KINGS PLAINS (WINDERMERE)
74.6 NULLAMANNA (SILVERDALE)
74.0 NULLAMANNA (BELMORE)
73.4 KINGS PLAINS (CROYE)
71.2 ASHFORD (BURRABOGIE)
71.0 GRAMAN (ULUPNA)
69.5 WALLANGRA (WALLANGRA STATION)
67.0 BUKKULLA (ASHFORD ROAD)
64.4 DINTON VALE (BERRILEE)
64.0 INVERELL (WANDERA)
63.0 YETMAN (WARIALDA STREET)
63.0 DELUNGRA (PEARSBY HALL)
62.0 CROOBLE STATION
60.0 DELUNGRA POST OFFICE
59.2 COOLATAI (WILLUNGA)
54.8 FRASERS CREEK (LLANARTH)
52.4 CROPPA CREEK (RAWDON)
    NW Slopes S
56.0 TAMWORTH (BAHREENAH)
51.4 NIANGALA (MOUNT SANDON)
    N Tablelands W
103.8 WELLINGROVE (BRYDONE)
102.0 REDDESTONE (LONEWOOD)
101.0 EMMAVILLE (GLEN OAK)
96.6 GLEN INNES AIRPORT AWS
96.4 BEN LOMOND (KOALA)
92.6 TENTERFIELD (MOLE STATION)
91.0 DEEPWATER POST OFFICE
90.4 BOONOO BOONOO (CURRAWONG)
89.4 GLEN INNES AG RESEARCH STN
88.0 SWAN VALE (PIETA)
86.4 EMMAVILLE (STRATHBOGIE)
86.0 EMMAVILLE POST OFFICE
85.8 GLEN INNES POST OFFICE
84.0 WELLINGROVE (WANGALEA)
84.0 GLEN INNES (DAMAROCA)
83.6 WELLINGROVE (MORILLA)
76.6 BLACK SWAMP (MAXWELL)
75.2 SANDY HILLS (TOURELLO PARK)
75.0 SWAN VALE (NUMERALLA)
74.6 TENTERFIELD (ABERFELDIE)
74.0 TENTERFIELD (SANDY HILL (BOOROOK))
74.0 SAPPHIRE (ARGYLE)
72.0 MOLE RIVER (TRENAYR)
71.4 MOUNT MITCHELL (TIRRANNA)
70.6 ELSMORE (DANTHONIA)
70.6 ELSMORE (ELMORE)
69.6 INVERELL RESEARCH CENTRE
68.0 PINKETT (BENBOOKRA)
65.8 INVERELL (RAGLAN ST)
60.2 WILSONS DOWNFALL
58.8 INVERELL (ELSMORE VILLAGE)
55.0 ELSMORE (PARADISE STATION)
52.2 WANDSWORTH (STRABANNE)
51.6 TENTERDEN (BALOOK)
50.0 TINGHA POST OFFICE
    N Tablelands E
77.0 BARYULGIL (MOUNTAIN VIEW)
69.3 DRAKE (VILLAGE RESOURCE CENTRE)
62.0 CARNHAM
62.0 CANGAI (SMELTER CREEK)
59.4 KOOKABOOKRA
    North Coast
91.0 GRAFTON RESEARCH STN
90.0 WOOLI BEACH
82.4 SOUTH GRAFTON (DIVINES STATE FOREST)
82.0 SEELANDS (BREAM PLACE)
76.0 GRAFTON OLYMPIC POOL
72.0 COPMANHURST (STOCKYARD CREEK)
72.0 GRAFTON SOUTH (SOUTH GRAFTON (YEERONG))
72.0 LAWRENCE POST OFFICE
69.0 COALDALE (BELLONA)
62.0 BRUSHGROVE POST OFFICE
60.4 LAWRENCE ROAD (PRINGLES WAY)
58.6 KANGAROO CREEK (HAYFIELD)
58.0 ILUKA (OWEN ST)
54.0 YAMBA PILOT STATION
51.0 NYMBOIDA (ARMIDALE ROAD)
    MidNorth Coast N
75.1 GLENREAGH POST OFFICE
66.0 HALFWAY CREEK (PACIFIC HWY)
55.6 GLENREAGH GENERAL STORE
    MidNorth Coast S
50.0 NIANGALA (KENTUCKY BLUE)
    C Tablelands N
54.0 ULAN POST OFFICE
    CW Slopes N
71.0 ELONG ELONG (BENDEELA ST)
    SW Slopes N
62.4 GUNDAGAI (WILLIAM ST)
    Riverina E
59.2 MARRAR (CENTENARY DRIVE)

VICTORIA
    Western Plains
72.5 WARRAMBINE CK @ WARRAMBINE
58.6 ROKEWOOD

  Max+/- norm Min+/- normRain to 9am
BROOME AIRPORT 32.5 -0.3 19.9 -2.4 0.0
PERTH AIRPORT 21.7 -0.7 10.9 +0.7 0.0
ALBANY AIRPORT 14.5 -4.2 9.1 +0.1 0.2
KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT 18.2 -7.4 4.8 -6.1 0.8
DARWIN AIRPORT 32.5 -0.6 24.3 -0.7 0.0
ALICE SPRINGS AIRPORT 26.3 -4.5 12.5 -2.2 0.0
ADELAIDE (KENT TOWN) 15.4 -6.2 10.8 -0.6 5.8
MOUNT GAMBIER AERO 12.3 -5.5 8.3 +1.2 3.0
CAIRNS AERO 30.8 +1.3 21.0 +0.4 0.0
TOWNSVILLE AERO 31.1 +1.7 23.8 +3.1 0.0
ROCKHAMPTON AERO 33.7 +4.1 18.6 +1.7 0.0
AMBERLEY AMO 24.0 -3.6 16.4 +3.0 6.0
BRISBANE AERO 23.6 18.8 0.2
ARMIDALE AIRPORT AWS 18.2 10.6 20.4
COFFS HARBOUR MO 25.2 +1.7 15.9 +2.1 27.6
NEWCASTLE NOBBYS SIGNAL STATION AWS 24.4 +2.3 13.2 -0.7 5.4
SYDNEY (OBSERVATORY HILL) 25.4 +3.4 14.1 +0.6 6.2
PROSPECT DAM 24.7 +1.2 12.2 +0.1 7.2
WOLLONGONG UNIVERSITY 22.3 +0.3 12.5 -0.1 10.6
CANBERRA AIRPORT 16.4 -2.8 7.9 +1.9 24.2
WAGGA WAGGA AMO 15.9 -5.3 10.1 +2.4 31.2
MILDURA AIRPORT 16.5 -7.2 11.0 +1.3 14.6
EAST SALE AIRPORT 12.5 -6.6 9.5 +1.9 4.4
MELBOURNE REGIONAL OFFICE 13.8 -5.8 10.2 +0.8 8.6
LAVERTON RAAF 12.8 -6.2 9.4 +1.2 10.2
BALLARAT AERODROME 9.8 -6.7 7.3 +1.1 13.2
LAUNCESTON AIRPORT 12.6 -3.8 6.1 +0.5 0.0
HOBART (ELLERSLIE ROAD) 11.0 -5.9 6.2 -1.5 0.6

Downpours Gales & Gusts
High rainfall for periods of 6 hours or less. Highest wind gusts above 89km/h (storm force) or mean wind above 62km/h (gale force). Wind direction and mean windspeed shown in brackets.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
    Mt Lofty Ranges
HINDMARSH ISLAND AWS
26.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 8.7mm/h
QUEENSLAND
    Central Coast E
SAMUEL HILL AERO
12.4mm in 1 hr to 20:00 12.4mm/h
18.0mm in 3 hr to 21:00 6.0mm/h
    Wide Bay/Burnett
ROCKHAMPTON AERO
10.2mm in 23 min to 17:30 26.6mm/h
10.6mm in 1 hr to 17:30 10.6mm/h
12.4mm in 1 hr to 18:00 12.4mm/h
GLADSTONE RADAR
11.8mm in 31 min to 18:00 22.8mm/h
12.2mm in 1 hr to 18:00 12.2mm/h
GLADSTONE AIRPORT
10.2mm in 30 min to 18:00 20.4mm/h
11.8mm in 1 hr to 18:00 11.8mm/h
10.8mm in 1 hr to 18:30 10.8mm/h
    Brisbane/SE Coast
CAPE MORETON LIGHTHOUSE
4.2mm in 6 min to 19:16 42.0mm/h
11.6mm in 1 hr to 20:00 11.6mm/h
UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND GATTON
1.4mm in 1 min to 17:32 84.0mm/h
BEERBURRUM FOREST STN
16.8mm in 1 hr to 19:00 16.8mm/h
17.0mm in 3 hr to 21:00 5.7mm/h
COOLANGATTA AIRPORT
11.8mm in 5 min to 18:21 141.6mm/h
13.6mm in 1 hr to 19:00 13.6mm/h
    Darling Downs E
STANTHORPE (GRANITE BELT HRS)
5.8mm in 11 min to 16:14 31.6mm/h
    Maranoa
ST GEORGE AIRPORT
4.4mm in 3 min to 13:01 88.0mm/h
NEW SOUTH WALES
    NW Plains E
MOREE AERO
8.8mm in 1 min to 00:46 528.0mm/h
17.0mm in 9 min to 00:55 113.3mm/h
9.0mm in 1 min to 00:56 540.0mm/h
18.4mm in 34 min to 01:30 32.5mm/h
    N Tablelands W
GLEN INNES AIRPORT AWS
17.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 5.7mm/h
5.0mm in 14 min to 01:14 21.4mm/h
16.0mm in 3 hr to 03:00 5.3mm/h
    North Coast
GRAFTON RESEARCH STN
25.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 8.3mm/h
12.6mm in 1 hr to 01:30 12.6mm/h
11.2mm in 1 hr to 02:00 11.2mm/h
15.8mm in 19 min to 03:00 49.9mm/h
17.6mm in 1 hr to 03:00 17.6mm/h
19.2mm in 1 hr to 03:30 19.2mm/h
BALLINA AIRPORT AWS
4.8mm in 3 min to 17:37 96.0mm/h
    MidNorth Coast S
PORT MACQUARIE AIRPORT AWS
7.0mm in 11 min to 15:00 38.2mm/h
    Hunter Valley
SCONE AIRPORT AWS
12.2mm in 56 min to 01:56 13.1mm/h
23.0mm in 3 hr to 03:00 7.7mm/h
    CW Slopes N
COONABARABRAN AIRPORT AWS
8.2mm in 19 min to 11:44 25.9mm/h
    CW Slopes S
DUBBO AIRPORT AWS
17.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 5.7mm/h
    Illawarra
CAMDEN AIRPORT AWS
7.0mm in 6 min to 14:16 70.0mm/h

QUEENSLAND
    Upper Carpentaria
RICHMOND AIRPORT : 80(220/ 69 ) at 20:43
    Brisbane/SE Coast
CAPE MORETON LIGHTHOUSE : 83(230/ 63 ) at 19:18
    Darling Downs E
TOOWOOMBA AIRPORT : 82(260/ 63 ) at 17:06
NEW SOUTH WALES
    NW Slopes N
NARRABRI AIRPORT AWS : 78(240/ 63 ) at 13:33
    NW Slopes S
GUNNEDAH AIRPORT AWS : 104(230/ 24 ) at 12:58
TAMWORTH AIRPORT AWS : 104(250/ 59 ) at 13:34
    N Tablelands W
GLEN INNES AIRPORT AWS : 91(290/ 65 ) at 15:01
    North Coast
GRAFTON RESEARCH STN : 85(260/ 67 ) at 16:18
LISMORE AIRPORT AWS : 95(290/ 74 ) at 17:20
    MidNorth Coast N
KEMPSEY AIRPORT AWS : 109(270/ 69 ) at 15:24
    Hunter Valley
SCONE AIRPORT AWS : 87(260/ 69 ) at 12:22
MURRURUNDI GAP AWS : 80(330/ 67 ) at 02:00
    Sydney--west
RICHMOND RAAF : 82(260/ 63 ) at 14:35
    South Coast
MONTAGUE ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE : 83(150/ 67 ) at 16:00
VICTORIA
    W Gippsland
KINGFISH B SHIP LOG 272 : 70(159/ 63 ) at 14:40
TASMANIA
    N Coast
CAPE GRIM B.A.P.S. : 91(190/ 76 ) at 19:00