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Weather Station History
Since: February 1 2007

Updated: @ 29/04/2017 11:30 am - next update at 11:40 am  
Measurement: Current: Yesterday Month / MTD Year / YTD Station Record
Temperature:  
Thermometer Average:
Maximum
Temperature:
Minimum
Temperature:
3.9°C
1.2°C
4.9°C
9:45 AM
-0.6°C
7:14 AM
 
0.5°C
2.7°C
3:07 PM
-0.7°C
12:00 AM
 
2.6°C
19.9°C
Apr-25
-6.2°C
Apr-08
 
-4.5°C
19.9°C
Apr-25
-31.2°C
Jan-08
 
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33.1°C
18/07/1991
-50.0°C
11/02/1981
Wind Chill:
Wind Chill Minimum
Wind Chill:
1.3°C
-4.2°C 
1:03 AM
 
-7.3°C
12:48 AM
 
-11.8°C
Apr-11
 
-35.5°C
Jan-08
 
-51.1°C
27/01/1986
Heat Index:
Heat Index Maximum
Heat Index:
3.9°C
4.9°C
9:45 AM
 
2.7°C
3:07 PM
 
19.9°C
Apr-25
 
19.9°C
Apr-25
 
39.0°C
15/06/1994
Solar Radiation W/m2:
Heat Index Maximum
Solar Radiation:
Sunshine
Hours:
823
823
11:30 AM
03
Hours
 
601.0
2:53 PM
00
Hours
 
1172.0
Apr-17
121
Hours
 
1172.0
Apr-17
277
Hours
 
1463.0
27/05/2008
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Evapotranspiration:
Heat Index Watering
Index1:
1.9
1.9
mm
 
1.4
mm
 
0.0
mm
 
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UV:  None
UV Index Maximum
UV Index:
0.0
0.0
12:00 AM
 
1.7
3:04 PM
 
7.0
Apr-08
 
7.0
Apr-08
 
16.0
16/06/2009
Rain/Snow Melt2:
Rain / Snow Melt Rainfall
or Melt:
Average:
Percent of Average:
0.00 mm
0.00 mm
 
---
---
 
0.80 mm
 
---
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81.40 mm
 
41.7 mm
195.2%
 
147.20 mm
 
6036.00 mm
2.4%
Rec Year5
757.4 mm
2016
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Snow3:
Snow Snow
Fall:
Average:
Percent of Average:
0.00 cm
0.00 cm
 
---
---
 
0.00 cm
 
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---
 
6.00 cm
 
23.7 cm
25.3%
Season4
165.00 cm
 
285.31 cm
57.8%
Rec Season5
419.5 cm
2013/2014
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Measurement: Current: Yesterday Month / MTD Year / YTD Station Record
Humidity:
Humidity Maximum
Humidity:
Minimum
Humidity:
65%
82%
3:01 AM
57%
9:40 AM
 
96%
11:49 AM
74%
10:15 PM
 
100%
Apr-08
28%
Apr-07
 
100%
Jan-18
25%
Mar-31
 
100%
26/03/2007
0%
01/01/2006
Dew Point:
Dew Point Maximum
Dew Point:
Minimum
Dew Point:
-2.0°C
-1.3°C
11:26 AM
-4.0°C
7:26 AM
 
0.5°C
11:49 AM
-4.1°C
11:48 PM
 
13.2°C
Apr-27
-10.7°C
Apr-11
 
13.2°C
Apr-27
-34.0°C
Jan-08
 
23.8°C
04/08/2016
-41.2°C
14/01/2009
Wind: WSW
wind Maximum
Avg Wind Speed:
Avg Wind Gust:
Maximum
Wind Gust:
Wind
Run:
10.5 km/h
14.9 km/h
10:13 AM
4.0 km/h
30.6 km/h
11:15 AM
46.89
Kilometers
 
29.4 km/h
12:48 AM
---
51.8 km/h 12:03 AM
334.39
Kilometers
 
33.9 km/h
Apr-10
---
51.8 km/h
Apr-10
3960.03
Kilometers
 
39.6 km/h
Jan-12
---
77.7 km/h
Jan-12
13162.87
Kilometers
 
67.0 km/h
21/11/1977
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127.7 km/h
21/11/1977
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Barometer:  Falling 0.2 °C/hr( hPa)
Barometer Maximum
Barometer:
Minimum
Barometer:
1024.9
1025.1
10:28 AM
1014.7
12:01 AM
 
1014.8
11:56 PM
999.9
12:02 AM
 
1030.5
Apr-13
983.2
Apr-15
 
1041.3
Jan-13
977.0
Jan-10
 
1041.3
13/01/2017
970.8
30/01/2008
Measurement: Current: Yesterday Month / MTD Year / YTD Station Record
Based on V3.02 Script by: WebsterWeatherLIVE.com, modified by Matthew Romer Wawaweather.net
1Estimated amount of water needed to replace the water used by plants and evaporation from the past week.
(Negative numbers mean amount of water needed, positive numbers mean excess water is present.)
2Rain season: Jan 1st to Dec 31st.   3Snow manually measured around 7AM and 7PM.    4Snow season: June 1st to May 31st.
5From this station's records based on complete years data for rain/snow season.
Does not include current year/season.

Φ = Average Reading

Monthly Station Records

Since: February 1 2007
Updated:29/04/2017 11:30 am
Records: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
High Temp (°C):
Low Temp (°C):
Avg Temp (°C):
Avg Rainfall ( mm):
Avg Snowfall ( cm):
16.4
-37.4
-11.2
7.9
59.0
6.9
-36.7
-10.9
6.0
55.4
24.7
-36.3
-4.8
21.9
28.1
24.8
-20.1
1.7
41.7
23.7
30.4
-7.0
8.2
77.5
2.5
30.7
-2.8
12.7
69.1
0.0
31.1
-0.1
15.0
77.7
0.0
30.9
1.6
16.3
56.2
0.0
30.6
-3.3
12.7
97.8
0.0
25.9
-10.3
6.5
83.1
5.9
20.4
-26.5
0.2
45.5
32.5
12.4
-35.9
-7.9
22.7
62.1




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