Weekly rainfall update + rainfall outlook 25 June 2024

Bureau of Meteorology June 25, 2024

A TROUGH and an associated cloud band brought several days of rainfall to the Pilbara and Gascoyne districts in Western Australia, with daily rainfall totals of 15 to 50mm and falls greater than 50 mm in small areas.

A low pressure system crossed South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula, generating daily rainfall up to 25 mm in the 24 hours to 9am on the 20th, while coastal areas of New South Wales received several days of rainfall due to a low pressure system in the Tasman Sea.

Weekly rainfall totals between 25 to 50mm were recorded in Western Australia’s Gascoyne and Pilbara districts and its south-west coast, the Lower Eyre Peninsula in South Australia, the east Gippsland district in Victoria and isolated pockets of coastal New South Wales.

Weekly rainfall totals greater than 50mm were recorded in Western Australia, in coastal areas of the Gascoyne district and a small area inland of the Pilbara district.

For the week ending 24 June, there was little or no rainfall for Queensland, the Northern Territory, inland and northern parts of Western Australia, and northern South Australia.

The highest weekly total was 84.6mm at Randwick (Randwick St) in New South Wales.

The highest daily rainfall during the week at a bureau gauge was 63.6mm at Karijini North, Western Australia, in the 24 hours to 9am 20 June.




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