Peak Hill 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 9.6 +3.5 17.4 +1.1 17.2  
Sun 02/06/2024 6.9 +0.8 14.8 -1.5 0.8  
Mon 03/06/2024 2.4 -3.7 15.0 -1.3 0.2  
Tue 04/06/2024 2.7 -3.4 11.4 -4.9 0.2  
Wed 05/06/2024 4.5 -1.6 13.8 -2.5 0.0  
Thu 06/06/2024 6.0 -0.1 14.1 -2.2 0.2  
Fri 07/06/2024 8.3 +2.2 - - 7.4  
Sat 08/06/2024 - - - - -  
Sun 09/06/2024 - - - - -  
Mon 10/06/2024 - - 17.7 +1.4 -  
Tue 11/06/2024 4.6 -1.5 17.7 +1.4 13.4  
Wed 12/06/2024 6.8 +0.7 15.6 -0.7 1.8  
Thu 13/06/2024 0.9 -5.2 13.0 -3.3 0.2  
Fri 14/06/2024 2.5 -3.6 - - 0.0  
Sat 15/06/2024 - - - - -  
Sun 16/06/2024 - - 15.2 -1.1 -  
Mon 17/06/2024 1.7 -4.4 - - 7.0  
 
June 2024 Average 4.7 -1.4 15.1 -1.2    
Jun 1966-2023 Average 6.1   16.3      
Jun 1966-2023 Highest 15.9 7th 2001 24.7 2nd 1994    
Jun 1966-2023 Lowest -2.8 21st 2023 7.0 26th 1989    
 
June 2024 Total         48.4 10 day(s)
Jun 1891-2023 Average Total         43.3 7.6 day(s)
Jun 1891-2023 Wettest Total         186.5 1916
Jun 1891-2023 Wettest 24hr Total         123.2 22nd 1925
Jun 1891-2023 Driest Total         0.0 1984
 
Jan-Jun 2024 Total         433.8 43 day(s)
Jan-Jun 1891-2024 Average Total         292.4 32.9 day(s)
 
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A yellow cell indicates a probable monthly record for this site (sites with ≥ 10 years of records only). The number of years of records available for the relevant field for this month is indicated in black. See the station's climate page for full details.

Station Details

PEAK HILL POST OFFICE
CW Slopes & Plains, New South Wales/ACT
32.7235°S 148.1902°E 285m AMSL
Commenced 1890

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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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