Weather

Weekly rainfall wrap, week ending 3 Nov 2015

Sheep Central, November 4, 2015

2015-11-4-rainfall-mapBroad areas of low pressure triggered rain and thunderstorms across large areas of the country in the past week.

Rainfall totals in excess of 100mm were recorded in parts of the Central Highlands in Queensland, including the highest weekly total of 157 mm at Barcaldine in central Queensland.

Rainfall totals between 50mm and 100mm were recorded in the Darwin–Daly district in the Top End, in parts of northwest, central and southeastern Queensland, in areas of central and southern New South Wales, and a small area of northeastern Victoria.

Rainfall totals between 10mm and 50mm were recorded in the southern, central and northern parts of Western Australia, much of the central and western Northern Territory, large areas of northwest, central and southern Queensland, and in most of New South Wales except the far west. Similar totals were also recorded in the eastern half of Victoria and the region around the Otways, an area of inland southwestern South Australia, and pockets of northern Tasmania.

Remaining parts of Western Australia and South Australia, northeast and southern parts of the Northern Territory, southwest and far northern Queensland, western New South Wales and western Victoria recorded little or no rainfall this week.

New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory
84 mm Glen Innes Airport AWS
75 mm Stockinbingal General Store
74 mm Trundle (Brookview St)

Victoria
95 mm Myrtleford
70 mm Wodonga
66 mm Rosewhite Fld, Koetong

Queensland
157 mm Barcaldine Post Office
111 mm Alpha Post Office
97 mm Mungallala

Western Australia
70 mm Mount Florance
64 mm Jarrahdale
60 mm Bungendore

South Australia
17 mm Tarcoola Aero
11 mm Tarcoola (Commonwealth Hill)
10 mm Nullarbor

Tasmania
33 mm Gray (Dalmayne Rd)
28 mm Fern Tree (Grays Road)
27 mm Pyengana (Forest Lodge Road)

Northern Territory
95 mm Nitmiluk Rangers
86 mm Nitmiluk Ridge
59 mm Douglas River

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Source: BOM

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