Wanaaring Daily Summaries

June 2024
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date min to 9am anomaly max from 9am anomaly rain to 9am  
°C °C °C °C mm
Sat 01/06/2024 7.0 +1.5 17.2 -1.9 0.0  
Sun 02/06/2024 5.5 +0.0 15.7 -3.4 0.6  
Mon 03/06/2024 1.0 -4.5 15.0 -4.1 0.0  
Tue 04/06/2024 6.4 +0.9 17.3 -1.8 0.0  
Wed 05/06/2024 7.0 +1.5 16.2 -2.9 0.0  
Thu 06/06/2024 3.7 -1.8 15.4 -3.7 0.0  
Fri 07/06/2024 10.4 +4.9 20.2 +1.1 0.4  
Sat 08/06/2024 5.2 -0.3 20.0 +0.9 0.0  
Sun 09/06/2024 7.2 +1.7 19.9 +0.8 0.0  
Mon 10/06/2024 3.3 -2.2 19.4 +0.3 0.0  
Tue 11/06/2024 4.0 -1.5 22.7 +3.6 0.0  
Wed 12/06/2024 8.4 +2.9 20.8 +1.7 0.0  
Thu 13/06/2024 2.0 -3.5 20.8 +1.7 0.0  
Fri 14/06/2024 2.0 -3.5 - - 0.0  
Sat 15/06/2024 - - - - -  
Sun 16/06/2024 - - - - -  
 
June 2024 Average 5.2 -0.3 18.5 -0.6    
Jun 1992-2023 Average 5.5   19.1      
Jun 1992-2023 Highest 17.9 10th 1995 30.8 3rd 2023    
Jun 1992-2023 Lowest -2.9 25th 2011 9.5 26th 2016    
 
June 2024 Total         1.0 2 day(s)
Jun 1886-2023 Average Total         20.1 3.5 day(s)
Jun 1886-2023 Wettest Total         103.6 1920
Jun 1886-2023 Wettest 24hr Total         63.0 17th 1983
Jun 1886-2023 Driest Total         0.0 1986
 
Jan-Jun 2024 Total         140.2 28 day(s)
Jan-Jun 1885-2024 Average Total         157.1 17.1 day(s)
 
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Station Details

WANAARING POST OFFICE
Upper Western, New South Wales/ACT
29.7029°S 144.1484°E 108m AMSL
Commenced 1884

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Mountainous surf

12:14 AEST Massive waves reaching nearly 6 metres impacted the NSW coast on Sunday, with damaging waves continuing to impact the central coastline on Monday.  A Tasman Low is behind mammouth southeasterly swell along the eastern seaboard and it’s not going anywhere fast, with the large waves set to continue until mid-week.  The satellite images below show cloud swirling in a clockwise direction around the Tasman Low just to the northwest of New Zealand.

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