Narooma Observations

Wednesday July 24, 2024
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time wind dir wind spd wind gust tmp dew pt feels like rh fire rain rain 10' pres
km/h km/h °C °C °C % mm mm hPa
Wed 09:00 EST
NW 4   10.0 7.9 8.8 87 1 -   -
Tue 09:00 EST
WSW 9   13.0 7.9 10.7 71 2 0   -
Mon 09:00 EST
NW 4   9.5 6.3 7.9 80 1 0   -
Sun 09:00 EST
SW 17   14.0 4.2 9.5 52 5 0   -
Sat 09:00 EST
NE 11   15.7 5.2 12.5 50 5 0   -
Fri 09:00 EST
W 15   9.0 1.8 4.5 61 3 0   -
Thu 09:00 EST
W 7   10.0 5.6 7.5 74 2 0   -
Wed 09:00 EST
SW 15   15.0 7.8 11.6 62 3 0   -

Station Details

NAROOMA (MARINE RESCUE)
South Coast, New South Wales/ACT
36.2144°S 150.1358°E 25m AMSL
Commenced 1910

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