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National Daily Weather Summary

Records set | Charts | Cities | Hottest | Coldest | Rain, sun & wind | Downpours & gales
State extremes | Noteworthy weather | Capital Cities | Regional Cities | Alpine Stations
Charts and data courtesy Bureau of Meteorology. MTSAT-1R operated by JMA
Noteworthy weather today
significant newsworthy major
Rainfall for the 24 hours to 9am Tuesday from the flood rainfall network, most of which fell during today.
Above: Central Western NSW
Below: Southern NSW and NE VIC

NSW, VIC: Storms and record rain bring floods, evacuations and widespread damage

The trough that gave Broken Hill its worst thunderstorm in decades yesterday moved into northern VIC and southern and central NSW today bringing main river and flash flooding and extensive severe thunderstorms. Yesterday's line of thunderstorms died out in the Hillston area around dawn at the same time as a second line formed from about Tibooburra to Mildura. Severe thunderstorms developed rapidly along this line, marked as a cold front on the surface charts above, and moved SE during the day. An area of rain developed in strong uplift ahead of the storm line, giving several hours of moderate to torrential rain in advance of the thunderstorms. Record November rain in Central Western NSW produced moderate to major main river flooding, while storms in southern NSW and northern VIC led to flash flooding and lightning and hail damage.

See Downpours below for details of heavy short-duration rainfalls, and Wettest for Tuesday for all 24-hour rainfall totals exceeding 50mm during the period. Charts and show the distribution of rainfall gaugings.

Northern and NW VIC

Very heavy rain fell along the Murray Valley during the late morning and early afternoon as the storms and rainband passed. Kerang recorded 50.0mm between 9am and 3pm. Farmers in the Wimmera expect to lose millions of dollars worth of hay cut during the past three weeks as it rots on the ground.

NE VIC

The storms moved into NE VIC during the late afternoon and early evening. Heavy falls included Kyabram 45.0mm 3pm to 6pm and Shepparton 15.6mm in 30 minutes to 6pm. North East SES was called out to over 80 jobs in Albury/Wodonga, Chiltern, Corowa, Howlong, Kyabram, Shepparton, Rutherglen, Beechworth, Wangaratta and Benalla from about 4.30pm. About 50 homes and businesses received some flood damage. Lightning took out many telephone services in Shepparton, Benalla, Myrhee and Buffalo River and mobile networks at Mt Hotham and Euroa.

Very heavy rain fell in the Rutherglen/Chiltern area, with Rutherglen recording 37.4mm between 8 and 9pm and Chiltern totalling 73.4mm for the 24 hours to 9am Tuesday. Fifteen properties were threatened with flooding in Chiltern, where several families were evacuated as their homes were sandbagged. There was water over the Hume Highway and large pavement failures developed on the Wahgunyah to Springhurst Road farther west. In Indigo Shire, two timber bridges were washed out and infrastructure damage is likely to exceed $500,000.

Severe hail damage was reported to orchards to the east and north of Shepparton. Masalki Pty Ltd, an export fruit grower, had fruit in 8 of their 10 orchards damaged, with one totally destroyed. Owner Sam Damianopoulos said the hail storm lasted up to 4.5 minutes at some orchards, with hail blowing horizontally. It was the worst he had seen in 43 years on the property. Kreskas Brothers at Lemnos, just east of Shepparton, said about 75% of their crop was ruined.

Minor main river flooding occurred in the Kiewa (peak about 3.3m Wednesday afternoon with minor flooding) and the Mitta Mitta above Dartmouth Dam (peak about 1.8m at Hinnomunjie with minor flooding).

NSW Riverina and SW Slopes

Storms and rain moved across the Riverina during the afternoon and onto the Slopes mid-evening. Balranald recorded 32.0mm between 9am and 3pm, and Wyalong Post Office recorded its wettest November day in 95 years with a total of 67.2mm, all falling between 3pm and 10pm today. Griffith Airport's 41.0mm to 9am Tuesday was 4.7mm shy of its 36-year record. Farther east Wagga recorded 13.2mm in 15 minutes to 5pm and Albury Airport 22mm in 3 hours to 9pm. Gundagai's total to 9am Tuesday was 74.0mm. Cootamundra was blacked out for an hour from 8 to 9pm, though some outlying districts did not have power restored until late Wednesday. Wagga SES reported 40 callouts, with 6 houses evacuated and 34 affected by flooding.

Central Western NSW

Torrential rain fell in the Central West between about 9pm today and 3am Tuesday producing some of the highest daily rainfall totals for November on record. The heaviest falls were in an arc from around West Wyalong through Forbes and Parkes to Hill End/Bathurst/Oberon. Flooding developed in the Belubula River affecting Canowindra, Mandagery Creek affecting Eugowra, the Macquarie River affecting Bathurst and the Bell River affecting Wellington.

There were fears of a record flood at Eugowra leading to calls to evacuate the town. Homes and shops in Molong were flooded. The Parkes, Forbes, Lachla, Wellington and Cabonne Shires in the Central West were declared a natural disaster area to trigger assistance for residents, business owners and councils whose property was damaged. SES spokesman Phil Campbell told the Daily Telegraph "We've had reports from various towns of streets being rivers, properties with water coming in, lots of leaking roofs, blocked drains and gutters and rising waters. The SES have been going out and putting tarpaulins on roofs to try to stop damage."

The Department of Primary Industries says that early indication are that the storms and floods have caused at least $7m damage to crops, and an addional $8m in damage to farm properties and fencing. Farmers described whole paddocks being "washed away", while many will lose this year's unharvested winter wheat crop and be unable to sow a summer one. Up to 30% of crops in the Central West sustained some sort of damage. Hail is also reported to have flattened many crops south of Condobolin. The DPI estimated that around 2,000km of fencing had been flattened on about 200 properties in the Fifield, Tottenham, Trundle and Tullamore areas. At least 20 farmhouses were flooded, and phone lines and road damage was widespread. Over 1,000 sheep are known to have been lost so far. One Trundle farm was completely flooded with the farmhouse inundated, 350 sheep drowned, 700ha of crop destroyed and 30km of fencing ruined.

Many roads were closed through the region. They included the Parkes to Orange Road, The Parkes to Condobolin Road, The Bogan Gate to Trundle Road and The Newell Highway between Forbes and Parkes.

Rainfall: The heaviest official rainfall recordings were at Parkes, where 130.0mm was recorded at the airport site east of town and 127.0mm in the town itself in the 24 hours to 9am Tuesday. However, 126mm of the 24-hour total at the airport fell in the 5 hours beginning 9pm, with a downpour of 15mm in 10 minutes to midnight. The 127.0mm at Parkes was its second highest one-day total in 111 years of records, eclipsed only by 149.9mm on 19 November 1943. To the east of Parkes, Manildra recorded 102mm. Long-standing November records were broken at Bathurst Agricultural Station with 66.2mm (previous record 50.6 in 97 years) and Molong with 95.0 (previous record 67.3 in 114 years). Shorter period records were set at Orange Airport and Oberon (see Records for Tuesday), Orange Airport recording 54mm in 3 hours from midnight, including some hail. A press report attributed to the Bureau of Meteorology said that Trundle, 50km WNW of Parkes, recorded 132mm over the 24 hour period, its highest one-day total since records began in 1889. The Sydney Morning Herald reported that an unofficial gauge on a farm near Trundle recorded 200mm while the Parkes Champion Post reported a fall of 225mm.

Eugowra: The intense rain from Parkes to Manildra produced heavy runoff into Mandagery Creek which runs SW through Eugowra, some 35km SE of Parkes. This sparked fears of a record flood peak of 10.5m in the town, and the SES and Department of Community Services began arrangements to evacuate the entire town of 730 by bus to Parkes showground. These were met with scepticism by most of the town's population which elected to stay put, though many lifted or moved possessions to higher ground. However, over 100 people, including a nursing home, were evacuated. The floodwater eventually peaked at 9.45m at 9.45pm Tuesday, below the peak of 10.2m in 1990 even though available rainfall recordings were higher this time. Water entered a number of homes on the western side of the town and flowed through some shops, including the supermarket.

Molong: Molong Creek broke its banks at 5am and peaked about 5.30am on Tuesday, with water up to a metre deep flooding 15 homes and 16 shops. Several shops were said to be "totally wrecked". Shop contents were lost and some business's walls collapsed. At the height of the flood, SES crews evacuated several families from their homes, with five people having to be rescued in a borrowed boat. Stock, fencing and pasture losses as well as road damage were reported in the area. The flood was said by the SES to be the highest in the town's history, with water levels higher than those recorded in 1956. Emergency Services Minister Tony Kelly said the clean-up cost would run to millions of dollars for the town, with the Cabonne Shire damage bill alone expected to top $1m.

Orange area: Strong winds blocked the Mitchell Highway between Orange and Molong with fallen trees and blew the roof off a 2-year-old house in Windera Estate, 15km from Orange towards Molong. The roof sliced through powerlines 300m away, and debris from it was found up to 600m away. The home's double garage was destroyed. Orange SES reported 35 callouts, 20 for property flooding and others to deal with road closures and trees split or brought down by lightning strikes. Creek and flash flooding was reported at Millthorpe, Forrest Reefs, Guyong and in Blayney township.

Parkes area: Homes at Trundle, 50km NW of Parkes, were evacuated and a man was rescued in floodwaters from the roof of his car. At Tullamore, a further 35km NW, houses in and around the town were flooded and horses in one paddock were reported standing up to their bellies in water. Flood damage was also reported at Yarrabandai.

Canowindra: Moderate flooding occurred in the Belubula River but was restricted to low-lying river flats and did not enter Canowindra where a peak of 4.9m was reported about 8pm Tuesday.

Bathurst: The Macquarie River at Bathurst peaked at 4.52m at 8pm Tuesday evening with moderate flooding. Minor to moderate flooding continued downstream to Burrendong Dam through to the end of the week.

Wellington: The Bell River at the Wollombi river gauge near Wellington peaked at 5.79m at 2pm Wednesday, with minor flooding and well below the level forecast.

Rainfall registrations around Adelaide for the 24 hours to 9am Tuesday, most of which fell today.

The precipitable water chart for 10.30pm this evening shows the total amount of moisture, in millimetres, that could be "squeezed out" of the atmosphere at any location. It clearly shows how moisture from the trough over NSW and VIC has wrapped around the low south of Adelaide. This "returning" air provided the moisture that fuelled torrential falls across the city this afternoon and evening.
Skew-T plot of the 10.30pm (red lines) and 10.30am (blue lines) balloon ascents for Adelaide today. For each pair, the right-hand trace is temperature and the left-hand trace is dew point. Read temperature along the bottom and height up the side of the chart. The grey slightly curved line shows whether the air at any level is stable or unstable -- a temperature trace leaning relatively to its right is stable or to its left unstable.

SA: Rain "returns" to Adelaide, with a vengeance

In a rare quirk of nature, the moisture that brought heavy rain across much of SA yesterday returned today, after an excursion through western NSW and VIC, to bring widespread flooding to Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills. Early estimates put losses to crop growers on the Adelaide Plains alone at at least $40m. Yesterday's surface low pressure system continued to hover just south of the capital, strongly supported by an upper low stacked vertically above the surface low up to at least 250hPa this morning. A tongue of the moist airmass that crossed SA and caused the Broken Hill storm yesterday wrapped around the low today and can be seen in chart "returning" to Adelaide. During the afternoon and evening the upper low and colder air moved east into VIC although the surface low stayed anchored south of Adelaide.

The same chart also shows areas of strong instability in shades of buff and brown. Of note is the lack of instability over SA. So why did it rain so heavily? The upper air chart for Adelaide shows that between late morning (blue lines) and late evening (red lines) moisture increased at all levels up to about 8.5km as the tongue of moist returning air moved over the city. This appears to have happened mid-afternoon. At the same time, temperatures increased at all levels above the surface and moreso in the upper levels. Warmer air carries more moisture than colder air, and a comparison of the red temperature trace with the grey instability line shows the air to be conditionally unstable through the lowest 4km. All that was needed was something to trigger the conditional instability, and in a strengthening westerly wind this was the western slopes of the Adelaide Hills. Chart shows that the rainfall was almost entirely produced orographically, with areas around Port Adelaide recording less than 10mm while the location of strongest orographic ascent, just windward of the spine of the Mt Lofty range, recorded 100 to 120mm. This set-up lasted from about 3pm to about 11pm, after which drier air invaded above about the 2km level as both the surface and upper lows began to move away to the SE.

The highest rainfall registrations for the 24 hours to 9am Tuesday were closest to Mt Lofty: Cherryville and Uraidla 118.2, and Ashton Marble Hill Orchard 117.4. Of these totals, Cherryville recorded 77mm and Marble Hill recorded 85mm between 3pm and midnight. Most rain gauges in the Adelaide area recorded 75% or more of their 24 hour catch in these 9 hours. In the Hills, Bridgewater (79.2mm), Gumeracha (83.4), Lobethal (84.4) and Uraidla (118.2) all recorded their highest November one-day totals in well over a century of records. In the Barossa Valley, 42.4mm at Truro and 41.2 at Tanunda were their highest November totals since 19 November 1906. Adelaide itself received 43.2mm compared to its November monthly average of 29.6. See Tuesday's Records for more details.

A significant proporation of the rain fell from two rain areas. The first crossed the city and Hills between 7 and 8pm giving hourly totals of 10 to 16mm in a 20km-wide band from the southeastern suburbs to north of Birdwood. The second, between 9 and 11pm, produced between 15 and 30mm in an area bounded by Aldgate, Eagle on the Hill, South Para Reservoir and Mt Crawford.

Flooding was extensive but mostly localised to isolated individual houses. The Country Fire Service said that several hundred homes had been affected with at least a dozen shops at Aldgate flooded by the deluge. Some of the hardest hit areas included the suburbs of Norwood, Burnside, Millswood, Waterfall Gully and Goodwood in Adelaide's east, Tea Tree Gully in the north-east, and the Hills towns of Blackwood, Belair, Stirling, Aldgate, Bridgewater, Verdun, Mylor and Clarendon. Emergency services, including 800 volunteers, responded to 700 callouts and laid over 40,000 sandbags. Forty homes were damaged along the Waterfall Gully Road, Burnside, where a 5m section of the road collapsed leaving a 1.5m deep hole. Four hectares of a new housing estate in Craigmore was flooded, affecting about 5 houses. A number of houses along creek beds were reported with water running through their lower floors. Minor landslides occurred at Montacute and along Grenhill Road, while flooding closed a number of roads.

While flash flooding accounted for the widespread nature of the flooding, Adelaide's three main river basins, the Torrens, Gawler to the north and Onkaparinga to the south, all experienced moderate to major flooding as all three have their headwaters close to where the heaviest rain fell around Mt Lofty.

In the Torrens Basin , most of the tributaries peaked late this evening or early Tuesday morning with minor to moderate flooding. Gumeracha Weir peaked at 11.8m with moderate flooding, Kangaroo Creek Reservoir was full and spilling, but levels in the Torrens below the reservoir remained below minor flood level.

In the Onkaparinga Basin, most tributaries similarly peaked late this evening or early Tuesday morning with minor to moderate flooding. Lenswood Creek peaked around midnight with major flooding. Mount Bold Reservoir began spilling on Tuesday morning leading to rapid rises to minor flood levels downstream around Old Noarlunga where the river peaked late afternoon with minor flooding.

The Gawler Basin, with its greater size, produced more lasting flooding. The South Para Reservoir was full and spilling by early Tuesday morning, leading to moderate flooding downstream. The South Para River burst its banks overnight into Tuesday, flooding some houses, closing roads and requiring a caravan park and some homes to be evacuated. Moderate flooding affected Nuriootpa, Yaldara and Turretfield on the North Para River through Tuesday, dropping to minor flood levels by Tuesday evening and through into Wednesday. On the Gawler River, major flood flows peaked in Gawler township early Tuesday evening at around 200 cumecs. Major flood levels were reached late Tuesday afternoon from west of Gawler to Buckland Park. About 60 homes on the Gawler flood plain were damaged as the river overflowed its banks at Wingate Road, Johns Road and Bakers Road during Tuesday evening. Floodwater inundated about 15 square kilometres and residents were evacuated to a nearby sporting complex as 250 volunteers sandbagged properties. The river peaked at Heaslip Road around midnight Tuesday/Wednesday.

Virginia and Two Wells, close to where the Gawler River empties into the Gulf St Vincent, also experienced major flooding with water up to a metre deep in the town and 40 houses inundated. The number would have been greater but for a controversial decision by the SES to open a levy and rip out about 40m of the Adelaide to Port Augusta railway line to allow water to drain off across Port Wakefield Road into Buckland Park, which is between the sea and Virginia. The decision put 20 homes in Buckland Park at risk and caused severe interruption to transport, including halting the eastbound Indian Pacific transcontinental passenger train for at least two days. SES regional co-ordinator Matt Maywald told The Advertiser "It has caused severe interruptions to the transport industry but the risk to emergency services and the risk to the community needed that to happen. If the water had breached and gone into Virginia, we would be looking at hundreds of homes." Floodwaters around Virginia did not start to fall until Wednesday afternoon.

Crop growers on the Adelaide Plains in the Gawler basin estimate that damage to crops, machinery and buildings will total at least $40m. Little warning was given to the area which mainly grows vegetables. Local packer Jon Lioulios told ABC Rural News "People have lost all their livelihood. They've lost their properties, their houses, they've lost everything. So I don't know what's going on or what's happening. I don't think anyone else knows around the area either." One grower put his losses at between $1m and $1.5.

The eastbound Indian Pacific transcontinental passenger train was twice unlucky. It would normally have run from Port Augusta to Broken Hill and on to Sydney. On Tuesday it was turned back to Adelaide after reaching Broken Hill because of flooding in NSW. On Wednesday it was stranded at Mallala 50km N of Adelaide because of the flooded and removed sections of track.

The South Australian Government has announced that uninsured flood victims are eligible for emergency assistance grants to assist with temporary accommodation and cleanup. Meanwhile, The Advertiser reported that the Bureau of Meteorology was under some pressure for the lack of warning of the widespread flooding. The first public warning was issued at 9.55 pm Monday, after much of the rain had fallen, because the Bureau considered there was only a "low risk" of flooding, though confidential flood watches were issued to emergency services and some Councils as early as Friday night.

NEWSBITS

Northerly winds ahead of the cloudmass over SA, NSW and northern VIC made for an unpleasantly warm night in southern VIC and a near-record hot day in western TAS. Minima were in the high teens, around 8 to 11 above average, in SW and central southern parts of VIC. Melbourne City's low of 20.2C was 9.1 above. On Tasmania's West Coast and Central Highlands, maxima soared into the high 20s, Strahan reaching 29.4 (+11.7) and Strathgordon 28.5 (+12.8). The top of 26.0 at Lake St Clair was one degree below its record November maximum in 15 years of records.

 


Records set or equalled today

These records are based on data received as at 2310 EST on 14/08/2006. Help in interpreting these statistics and information on quality control is here.

District Site Today Previous monthly record Previous all time record
if equalled or broken
Comments
Reading Reading Date Years Reading Date Years
Highest daily rainfall

SA

W Agricultural

018115

NEPTUNE ISLAND

63.8

35.0

26/11/2002

42

SA

W Agricultural

018144

WANILLA

21.4

20.3

18/11/1964

15

SA

W Agricultural

018192

NORTH SHIELDS (PORT LINCOLN AWS)

24.6

23.0

26/11/2002

12

SA

W Agricultural

018196

CUMMINS (TUMBY BAY ROAD)

24.2

24.0

05/11/2001

11

SA

Upper North

019098

CARRIETON (GLENROY ESTATE)

55.0

52.3

11/11/1970

37

SA

Upper North

019110

HAWKER (SICCUS RIVER)

68.0

16.0

03/11/1991

16

SA

Northeast

020055

STRATHEARN

44.6

30.6

19/11/1992

17

SA

Lower North

021024

HALLETT (LORRAINE (OLD GREENFIELDS))

45.0

42.9

17/11/1961

108

SA

Lower North

021115

MUNDOORA (BARUNGA NORTH)

38.0

28.6

09/11/2000

42

SA

Yorke Peninsula

022010

MAITLAND (KILKERRAN)

34.6

32.0

15/11/1979

41

SA

Yorke Peninsula

022036

MINLATON (EVERSLEY)

41.0

36.4

06/11/1989

37

SA

Yorke Peninsula

022046

EDITHBURGH

26.0

20.0

26/11/2002

12

SA

Kangaroo Is

022801

CAPE BORDA

74.2

59.4

05/11/1910

137

SA

County Light

023318

TANUNDA

41.2

38.6

27/11/1952

122

SA

Adelaide Plains

023347

NORTH PARA RIVER (STOCKWELL ROAD BRIDGE)

36.0

22.0

01/11/1997

16

SA

County Light

023371

ROWLAND FLAT (JACOBS CREEK)

31.0

24.2

04/11/1988

18

SA

Mt Lofty Ranges

023756

WILLIAMSTOWN (GLEN GILLIAN)

42.0

38.6

06/11/1980

55

SA

Mt Lofty Ranges

023810

MOUNT LOFTY (CLELAND CONSERVATION PARK)

42.4

29.4

29/11/1977

37

SA

Mt Lofty Ranges

023878

MOUNT CRAWFORD FIRE TOWER

28.2

26.0

05/11/2004

12

SA

Lower Murray

024577

MENINGIE (EGRETTA)

30.0

28.0

01/11/1997

17

SA

Lower Murray

024578

MORGAN (BRENDA PARK STATION)

32.0

28.8

18/11/1992

17

QLD

Brisbane/SE Coast

040757

LAKE COOROIBAH(PINES AV)

71.4

64.0

12/11/2001

12

NSW

Lower Darling

047062

BROKEN HILL (BUCKALOW)

31.0

29.7

03/11/1912

65

NSW

Lower Darling

047089

WENTWORTH (TARAWI)

54.0

43.2

03/11/1973

40

NSW

Lower Darling

047104

BROKEN HILL (SOUTH ITA)

40.4

23.2

11/11/2000

13

NSW

Southwest Plains

049110

EUSTON (PRUNGLE)

33.6

26.4

11/11/1998

35

NSW

CW Plains S

050004

BOGAN GATE POST OFFICE

60.0

53.8

29/11/1930

105

NSW

CW Plains S

050103

WEST WYALONG AIRPORT

73.0

47.0

30/11/1995

28

NSW

CW Plains S

050119

ALECTOWN (VANVILLA)

88.2

51.8

04/11/1954

51

NSW

CW Plains S

050135

FORBES (JEMALONG WEIR)

46.4

39.4

07/11/2001

18

Highest minimum temperature

TAS

Southeast

094137

GEEVESTON (CEMETERY ROAD)

16.1

15.5

03/11/2005

20

Previous record set earlier this month.


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Summary of observations

For notes on how to interpret the data and quality control issues, see Daily Weather Summary Help.
**S** and **W** precede data flagged by the Bureau as suspicious or wrong
Data is as received at 21:44EST, 14/05/2012.

Major centres
Max
° C
+/- norm
° C
Min
° C
+/- norm
° C
Grass Min
° C
Rain to 9am mm Evaporation to 9am mm Sunshine hours Wind Run to 9am km (24-hour average km/h) Maximum Gust km/h / hour of occurrence
GERALDTON AIRPORT 22.2 -4.9 10.6 -3.2 3.8 0.0 6.8 -- 378 (15.8) 37/12
PERTH AIRPORT 20.7 -5.1 7.1 -5.5 6.4 0.0 6.0 7.1 293 (12.2) 39/13
ALBANY AIRPORT 19.4 -1.4 12.0 +1.2 10.4 0.0 4.8 6.8 238 ( 9.9) 35/16
BUNBURY 19.2 -5.0 5.1 -6.9 -- 0.0 -- -- 128 ( 5.3) 34/17
MANDURAH 19.3 -- 11.8 -- -- 0.0 -- -- 197 ( 8.2) 48/17
DARWIN AIRPORT 34.9 +1.6 27.0 +1.7 26.0 0.0 7.2 10.9 354 (14.8) 39/14
ALICE SPRINGS AIRPORT 33.4 -0.2 15.3 -2.6 10.3 0.0 11.8 12.8 369 (15.4) 31/08
WHYALLA AERO 22.8 -3.7 12.6 -1.3 -- 30.0 -- -- 374 (15.6) 46/13
ADELAIDE (KENT TOWN) 20.9 -4.2 14.3 +0.3 13.8 15.0 3.4 3.5 369 (15.4) 52/21
MOUNT GAMBIER AERO 22.4 +2.0 15.7 +7.3 14.1 0.0 5.6 5.3 339 (14.1) 58/12
MOUNT ISA AERO 29.5 -6.9 24.4 +3.0 23.2 1.2 9.0 0.3 286 (11.9) 35/05
CAIRNS AERO 32.6 +2.0 22.4 +0.1 20.8 0.0 8.0 10.8 330 (13.8) 32/12
TOWNSVILLE AERO 31.0 +0.2 25.4 +2.5 23.9 0.0 9.8 12.0 521 (21.7) 41/13
MACKAY M.O 31.4 +2.2 23.7 +2.0 -- 0.0 -- 11.2 304 (12.7) 26/08
ROCKHAMPTON AERO 32.7 +1.5 21.9 +2.4 20.3 0.0 8.0 -- 322 (13.4) 34/15
BUNDABERG AERO 25.9 -2.4 21.1 +2.2 -- 13.4 8.0 -- 411 (17.1) 30/02
NAMBOUR DPI 26.3 -1.7 19.2 +2.9 -- 22.0 -- -- -- --
COOLANGATTA 26.6 +0.8 19.3 +1.1 -- 1.8 -- -- 417 (17.4) 44/12
BRISBANE AERO 27.3 +0.5 19.0 +1.0 16.7 5.8 5.6 9.9 334 (13.9) 37/14
TOOWOOMBA AIRPORT 23.8 -1.9 15.3 +0.8 -- 0.8 -- -- 698 (29.1) 48/06
GUNNEDAH (DIPNR) 29.9 +1.6 17.4 +2.4 16.2 0.0 6.2 -- 265 (11.0) --
COFFS HARBOUR MO 25.2 +0.3 16.9 +0.8 14.4 0.4 5.8 7.6 373 (15.5) 26/11
PORT MACQUARIE AIRPORT AWS 25.0 +0.1 18.9 +3.9 -- 5.0 -- -- -- --
WILLIAMTOWN RAAF 24.8 -0.6 17.8 +3.5 17.2 0.0 7.4 3.7 427 (17.8) 50/15
GOSFORD (NARARA RESEARCH STATION) AWS 22.8 -2.3 16.4 +3.3 15.0 0.4 -- -- 127 ( 5.3) 30/14
ORANGE AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE 22.4 +1.3 12.0 +2.9 9.0 0.0 1.8 6.0 -- --
DUBBO AIRPORT AWS 29.3 +0.9 16.4 +2.8 -- 0.0 -- -- -- --
SYDNEY AIRPORT AMO 24.3 +0.3 19.4 +4.1 17.1 1.0 7.8 1.9 479 (20.0) 50/21
RICHMOND RAAF 23.0 -3.6 16.3 +2.4 -- 0.8 -- -- 155 ( 6.5) 28/17
BELLAMBI AWS 20.9 -1.2 17.3 +1.7 -- 0.0 -- -- 218 ( 9.1) 37/13
CANBERRA AIRPORT 22.7 0.0 11.9 +3.1 10.0 0.0 5.4 3.4 357 (14.9) 39/17
WAGGA WAGGA AMO 25.1 -0.6 16.6 +5.9 15.1 21.2 8.0 0.2 550 (22.9) 50/19
ALBURY AIRPORT AWS 20.9 -5.1 16.4 +4.8 -- 0.0 -- -- -- --
MILDURA AIRPORT 24.1 -3.3 17.2 +4.7 17.8 25.2 6.2 7.5 614 (25.6) 55/06
TATURA INST SUSTAINABLE AG 21.7 -2.9 17.8 +7.7 16.9 0.0 15.2 -- 461 (19.2) 52/14
BENDIGO AIRPORT 21.2 -3.0 18.1 +8.6 -- 0.0 -- -- 484 (20.2) 48/08
MELBOURNE REGIONAL OFFICE 27.4 +5.5 20.2 +9.0 18.6 0.0 7.8 -- 173 ( 7.2) 50/01
GEELONG AIRPORT 27.8 +6.8 16.8 +7.2 -- 0.0 -- -- 339 (14.1) 54/13
BALLARAT AERODROME 19.5 -0.1 17.1 +9.3 -- 0.0 -- -- 625 (26.0) 59/11
LAUNCESTON (TI TREE BEND) 25.5 +5.1 9.2 +0.3 -- 0.0 -- -- 199 ( 8.3) 44/14
HOBART AIRPORT 25.4 +6.4 13.4 +4.2 10.7 0.0 6.2 13.3 406 (16.9) 43/19
Max
° C
+/- norm
° C
Min
° C
+/- norm
° C
Grass Min
° C
Rain to 9am mm Evaporation to 9am mm Sunshine hours Wind Run to 9am km Maximum Gust km/h / hour of occurrence
Hottest
Highest maximum temperature>Greatest variation above normal maximum Highest minimum temperatureGreatest variation above normal minimum

44.8 FITZROY CROSSING AERO W Kimberley WA
44.3 CURTIN AERO W Kimberley WA
42.2 DERBY AERO W Kimberley WA
41.8 BALGO HILLS Interior WA
41.7 TELFER AERO Interior WA

+12.7 : 30.3 SCOTTS PEAK DAM W Coast TAS
+12.6 : 28.5 STRATHGORDON VILLAGE W Coast TAS
+12.1 : 25.9 HARTZ MOUNTAIN (KEOGHS PIMPLE) Southeast TAS
+11.6 : 29.4 STRAHAN AERODROME W Coast TAS
+10.9 : 21.8 MOUNT READ W Coast TAS

30.5 WYNDHAM N Kimberley WA
30.3 JULIA CREEK AIRPORT Gulf Country QLD
29.6 WYNDHAM AERO N Kimberley WA
29.0 WINTON POST OFFICE Northwest QLD
29.0 TROUGHTON ISLAND N Kimberley WA
29.0 TOORAK RESEARCH STATION Gulf Country QLD

+11.0 : 18.7 ARARAT PRISON Western Plains VIC
+9.8 : 17.9 HAMILTON AIRPORT W Coast VIC
+9.6 : 19.3 STAWELL AERODROME Wimmera S VIC
+9.6 : 17.0 STRATHBOGIE Lower NE VIC
+9.3 : 18.6 NHILL Wimmera N VIC
+9.3 : 17.1 BALLARAT AERODROME Western Plains VIC

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

12.0 MOUNT LOFTY Adelaide/Lofty SA
12.1 MOUNT BULLER Upper NE VIC
12.6 MT HOTHAM Upper NE VIC
12.6 LOOKOUT HILL Western Plains VIC
13.0 MOUNT GININI Goulburn/Monaro NSW

-8.2 : 20.0 BADGINGARRA RESEARCH STN Lower West WA
-8.2 : 16.1 COULTA (COLES POINT) W Agricultural SA
-8.1 : 23.3 TARCOOLA AERO NW Pastoral SA
-8.0 : 21.7 WOOMERA AERODROME NW Pastoral SA
-7.9 : 24.0 ROXBY DOWNS (OLYMPIC DAM AERODROME) NW Pastoral SA
-7.9 : 17.8 YONGALA Upper North SA

2.6 LIAWENEE Central Plateau TAS
3.1 WANDERING Cent Wheatbelt WA
3.4 BRIDGETOWN Lower West WA
3.4 COLLIE EAST Lower West WA

-7.3 : 9.4 ERNABELLA (PUKATJA) NW Pastoral SA
-6.9 : 4.9 GINGIN AERO Lower West WA
-6.9 : 5.1 BUNBURY Lower West WA

Wettest
Sunniest & dullest
Windiest
Highest gusts
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.
Highest and lowest recordings of hours of sunshine for the 24 hours to midnight.
Highest wind run totals in kilometres for the 24 hours to 9am (average speed in brackets). All reported runs > =25km/h are shown.
Highest wind gusts in km/h for the 24 hours to midnight followed by the hour in which it occurred. All stations with gusts > 89km/h are shown.
129.0 HOWARD POST OFFICE Brisbane/SE Coast QLD
91.0 HOWARD ALERT Brisbane/SE Coast QLD
84.0 LEIGH (ROLLING ACRES) MidNorth Coast N NSW
81.2 CAPE BORDA AWS Yorke Pen/Kanga Is SA
77.6 GOOMBOORIAN TM Brisbane/SE Coast QLD

NORTHERN TERRITORY
N Rivers
51.0 HOWARD SPRINGS

SOUTH AUSTRALIA
W Agricultural
63.8 NEPTUNE ISLAND
Upper North
68.0 HAWKER (SICCUS RIVER)
55.0 CARRIETON (GLENROY ESTATE)
Northeast
63.0 KOONAMORE
Yorke Pen/Kanga Is
81.2 CAPE BORDA AWS
74.2 CAPE BORDA
69.8 STENHOUSE BAY
51.0 CORNY POINT
50.0 PARNDANA (RIVERLEAS)
Murray Valley
50.8 BOWER
50.0 SEDAN (YOOKAMURRA SANCTUARY)

QUEENSLAND
Brisbane/SE Coast
129.0 HOWARD POST OFFICE
91.0 HOWARD ALERT
77.6 GOOMBOORIAN TM
71.4 LAKE COOROIBAH(PINES AV)
71.0 GOOMBOORIAN WEBSTER RD
65.0 EUMUNDI - CRESCENT RD
59.0 LITTLE YABBA SFR 274
52.2 KIAMBA
50.6 KANDANGA UPPER

NEW SOUTH WALES
Southwest Plains
53.0 EUABALONG (LACHLAN ST)
CW Plains S
73.0 WEST WYALONG AIRPORT
60.0 BOGAN GATE POST OFFICE
NW Plains W
68.0 MOREE (BUNNOR)
MidNorth Coast N
84.0 LEIGH (ROLLING ACRES)

13.3 HOBART AIRPORT Southeast TAS
13.0 GILES METEOROLOGICAL OFFICE Interior WA
12.8 ALICE SPRINGS AIRPORT N Plateau NT
12.8 GROVE (COMPARISON) Southeast TAS
12.6 LIAWENEE Central Plateau TAS

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1.9 SYDNEY AIRPORT AMO Sydney--east NSW
1.6 MELBOURNE AIRPORT E Central VIC
0.3 MOUNT ISA AERO Gulf Country QLD
0.2 WAGGA WAGGA AMO SW Slopes S NSW
0.0 WARWICK Darling Downs E QLD

1247 (52.0) CAPE GRIM BAPS N Coast TAS
1165 (48.5) TASMAN ISLAND Southeast TAS
895 (37.3) HOGAN ISLAND Islands ISL
878 (36.6) MOUNT READ W Coast TAS
865 (36.0) SMITHTON AERODROME N Coast TAS
785 (32.7) CEDUNA AMO W Agricultural SA
771 (32.1) COCOS ISLAND AIRPORT Islands ISL
766 (31.9) KING ISLAND AIRPORT King Island TAS
750 (31.3) WILSONS PROMONTORY LIGHTHOUSE W Gippsland VIC
746 (31.1) MOUNT CRAWFORD FIRE TOWER Adelaide/Lofty SA
739 (30.8) FLINDERS ISLAND AIRPORT Flinders Is/Bass St TAS
719 (30.0) VARANUS ISLAND Islands ISL
710 (29.6) BARROW ISLAND AIRPORT W Pilbara WA
698 (29.1) TOOWOOMBA AIRPORT Darling Downs E QLD
690 (28.8) KILMORE GAP N Central VIC
680 (28.3) CARNARVON AIRPORT W Gascoyne WA
676 (28.2) COOBER PEDY AIRPORT NW Pastoral SA
676 (28.2) CAPE MORETON LIGHTHOUSE Brisbane/SE Coast QLD
670 (27.9) WOOMERA AERODROME NW Pastoral SA
665 (27.7) GOLD COAST SEAWAY Brisbane/SE Coast QLD
656 (27.3) THEVENARD ISLAND W Pilbara WA
644 (26.8) KARRATHA AERO E Pilbara WA
633 (26.4) PORT HEDLAND AIRPORT E Pilbara WA
632 (26.3) CAPE OTWAY LIGHTHOUSE W Coast VIC
625 (26.0) BALLARAT AERODROME Western Plains VIC
625 (26.0) COLAC (MT GELLIBRAND) W Coast VIC
624 (26.0) CAPE FLATTERY N Coast--Barron QLD
622 (25.9) CAPE WILLOUGHBY Yorke Pen/Kanga Is SA
618 (25.8) MOUNT WELLINGTON Southeast TAS
614 (25.6) MILDURA AIRPORT Mallee N VIC
613 (25.5) BYRON BAY (CAPE BYRON AWS) North Coast NSW
612 (25.5) NEPTUNE ISLAND W Agricultural SA
610 (25.4) TARCOOLA AERO NW Pastoral SA
609 (25.4) MT HOTHAM Upper NE VIC
102/19 MT HOTHAM Upper NE VIC
97/00 BIRDSVILLE AIRPORT Channel Country QLD
97/12 GABO ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE E Gippsland VIC
91/22 TASMAN ISLAND Southeast TAS
80/23 CAPE GRIM BAPS N Coast TAS

Downpours High AWS wind reports
High rainfall for periods of 6 hours or less from AWS and synoptic reports. Storm force gusts (>89km/h) and 10-minute mean gales (>62km/h) reported by AWSs. Wind direction and mean windspeed are shown in brackets.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
    Yorke Pen/Kanga Is
MINLATON AERO
20.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 6.7mm/h
EDITHBURGH
18.0mm in 3 hr to 03:00 6.0mm/h
STENHOUSE BAY
26.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 8.7mm/h
CAPE WILLOUGHBY
10.8mm in 40 min to 06:10 16.2mm/h
4.0mm in 6 min to 06:16 40.0mm/h
15.0mm in 1 hr to 06:30 15.0mm/h
CAPE BORDA AWS
15.6mm in 1 hr to 00:00 15.6mm/h
21.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 7.0mm/h
10.8mm in 1 hr to 00:30 10.8mm/h
15.6mm in 26 min to 05:26 36.0mm/h
19.6mm in 1 hr to 06:00 19.6mm/h
33.0mm in 3 hr to 06:00 11.0mm/h
KINGSCOTE AERO
15.0mm in 3 hr to 06:00 5.0mm/h
13.0mm in 1 hr to 06:30 13.0mm/h
    Adelaide/Lofty
PARAWA (SECOND VALLEY FOREST AWS)
12.4mm in 1 hr to 05:30 12.4mm/h
15.0mm in 3 hr to 06:00 5.0mm/h
16.0mm in 3 hr to 18:00 5.3mm/h
MOUNT CRAWFORD (TOWER HILL)
13.0mm in 1 hr to 01:30 13.0mm/h
19.0mm in 3 hr to 03:00 6.3mm/h
    Murray Valley
STRATHALBYN RACECOURSE
7.8mm in 34 min to 04:30 13.8mm/h
    Mallee/Upper SE
KEITH (MUNKORA)
10.2mm in 1 hr to 23:30 10.2mm/h
QUEENSLAND
    Darling Downs W
MILES CONSTANCE STREET
10.0mm in 1 hr to 19:00 10.0mm/h
15.0mm in 3 hr to 21:00 5.0mm/h
NEW SOUTH WALES
    Southwest Plains
IVANHOE AERODROME AWS
5.4mm in 11 min to 04:13 29.5mm/h
BALRANALD RSL
32.0mm in 6 hr to 15:00 5.3mm/h
    CW Plains S
WEST WYALONG AIRPORT AWS
34.0mm in 32 min to 20:00 63.8mm/h
40.6mm in 1 hr to 20:00 40.6mm/h
11.6mm in 1 hr to 21:00 11.6mm/h
58.0mm in 3 hr to 21:00 19.3mm/h
10.0mm in 1 hr to 22:00 10.0mm/h
CONDOBOLIN AIRPORT AWS
16.8mm in 30 min to 19:26 33.6mm/h
6.0mm in 34 min to 20:00 10.6mm/h
31.0mm in 3 hr to 21:00 10.3mm/h
    NW Slopes S
GUNNEDAH AIRPORT AWS
5.8mm in 11 min to 19:40 31.6mm/h
    CW Slopes S
PARKES AIRPORT AWS
28.8mm in 25 min to 22:00 69.1mm/h
28.8mm in 1 hr to 22:00 28.8mm/h
33.0mm in 1 hr to 23:00 33.0mm/h
61.8mm in 1 hr 25 min to 23:00 43.6mm/h
FORBES AIRPORT AWS
4.8mm in 3 min to 20:52 96.0mm/h
7.0mm in 13 min to 21:16 32.3mm/h
12.2mm in 15 min to 21:31 48.8mm/h
10.6mm in 1 hr 3 min to 23:00 10.1mm/h
COWRA AIRPORT AWS
12.6mm in 1 hr to 23:00 12.6mm/h
    Goulburn/Monaro
MOUNT GININI
10.6mm in 30 min to 22:30 21.2mm/h
16.4mm in 1 hr to 22:30 16.4mm/h
13.4mm in 1 hr to 23:00 13.4mm/h
    SW Slopes S
WAGGA WAGGA AMO
13.2mm in 15 min to 17:00 52.8mm/h
17.8mm in 1 hr to 17:00 17.8mm/h
17.6mm in 1 hr to 17:30 17.6mm/h
18.0mm in 3 hr to 18:00 6.0mm/h
ALBURY AIRPORT AWS
22.0mm in 3 hr to 21:00 7.3mm/h
    SW Slopes N
YOUNG AIRPORT
11.4mm in 58 min to 21:58 11.8mm/h
24.6mm in 2 hr to 23:00 12.3mm/h
    Riverina E
DENILIQUIN AIRPORT AWS
10.2mm in 45 min to 15:45 13.6mm/h
13.2mm in 1 hr to 16:00 13.2mm/h
    Riverina W
GRIFFITH AIRPORT AWS
21.0mm in 3 hr to 18:00 7.0mm/h
HAY CSIRO AWS
12.0mm in 1 hr to 15:00 12.0mm/h
15.0mm in 3 hr to 15:00 5.0mm/h
VICTORIA
    Mallee N
MILDURA AIRPORT
19.0mm in 3 hr to 00:00 6.3mm/h
    Mallee S
SWAN HILL AERODROME
15.0mm in 3 hr to 12:00 5.0mm/h
    Wimmera S
LONGERENONG
10.6mm in 20 min to 11:46 31.8mm/h
17.0mm in 1 hr to 12:00 17.0mm/h
18.0mm in 3 hr to 12:00 6.0mm/h
STAWELL AERODROME
10.0mm in 1 hr to 14:00 10.0mm/h
20.0mm in 3 hr to 15:00 6.7mm/h
    Lower North
KERANG (POST OFFICE)
50.0mm in 6 hr to 15:00 8.3mm/h
KYABRAM (INST SUSTAINABLE AG)
45.0mm in 3 hr to 18:00 15.0mm/h
    Upper North
BENDIGO AIRPORT
15.0mm in 3 hr to 15:00 5.0mm/h
10.4mm in 30 min to 16:00 20.8mm/h
13.0mm in 1 hr to 16:00 13.0mm/h
13.8mm in 1 hr to 16:30 13.8mm/h
16.0mm in 3 hr to 18:00 5.3mm/h
YARRAWONGA
11.0mm in 30 min to 19:30 22.0mm/h
17.0mm in 1 hr to 19:30 17.0mm/h
12.4mm in 1 hr to 20:00 12.4mm/h
20.0mm in 3 hr to 21:00 6.7mm/h
SHEPPARTON AIRPORT
6.4mm in 33 min to 17:00 11.6mm/h
15.6mm in 30 min to 18:00 31.2mm/h
21.6mm in 1 hr to 18:00 21.6mm/h
31.0mm in 3 hr to 18:00 10.3mm/h
21.6mm in 1 hr to 18:30 21.6mm/h
    Lower NE
RUTHERGLEN RESEARCH
11.6mm in 1 hr to 20:30 11.6mm/h
26.2mm in 30 min to 21:00 52.4mm/h
37.4mm in 1 hr to 21:00 37.4mm/h
41.0mm in 3 hr to 21:00 13.7mm/h
30.4mm in 1 hr to 21:30 30.4mm/h
WANGARATTA AERO
10.0mm in 30 min to 20:30 20.0mm/h
12.8mm in 1 hr to 20:30 12.8mm/h
15.4mm in 1 hr to 21:00 15.4mm/h
23.0mm in 3 hr to 21:00 7.7mm/h
    Upper NE
FALLS CREEK
11.2mm in 16 min to 22:47 42.0mm/h
16.0mm in 1 hr to 23:00 16.0mm/h
MT HOTHAM
4.4mm in 12 min to 22:30 22.0mm/h
11.8mm in 1 hr to 22:30 11.8mm/h
6.4mm in 14 min to 22:44 27.4mm/h
15.0mm in 1 hr to 23:00 15.0mm/h
    W Gippsland
MT MOORNAPA
14.6mm in 30 min to 23:30 29.2mm/h
17.2mm in 1 hr to 23:30 17.2mm/h
    N Central
REDESDALE
16.0mm in 3 hr to 18:00 5.3mm/h
MANGALORE AIRPORT
13.2mm in 30 min to 17:30 26.4mm/h
16.2mm in 1 hr to 17:30 16.2mm/h
15.0mm in 1 hr to 18:00 15.0mm/h
19.0mm in 3 hr to 18:00 6.3mm/h
KILMORE GAP
10.0mm in 1 hr to 17:30 10.0mm/h
    Western Plains
LOOKOUT HILL
19.0mm in 3 hr to 15:00 6.3mm/h
ISLANDS
    Islands
POINT FAWCETT
14.0mm in 42 min to 16:30 20.0mm/h
14.0mm in 1 hr to 16:30 14.0mm/h

SOUTH AUSTRALIA
    Yorke Pen/Kanga Is
CAPE WILLOUGHBY : 76(330/ 65 ) at 15:56
QUEENSLAND
    Channel Country
BIRDSVILLE AIRPORT : 96(260/ 70 ) at 00:07
VICTORIA
    Upper NE
MOUNT BULLER : 83(340/ 63 ) at 23:43
FALLS CREEK : 108(350/ 39 ) at 22:47
MT HOTHAM : 87(360/ 76 ) at 19:58
TASMANIA
    N Coast
CAPE GRIM BAPS : 80(100/ 63 ) at 10:30
    E Coast
MARIA ISLAND (POINT LESUEUR) : 76( 20/ 63 ) at 17:00
    Southeast
TASMAN ISLAND : 91( 10/ 72 ) at 23:24