Queensland in spring 2015: Hot in the west and south; dry conditions continue

Queensland had its seventh-warmest spring on record in 2015. Both mean maximum and mean minimum temperatures were ranked the eighth- and seventh-warmest on record respectively. Despite some locally heavy falls occurring during the season, rainfall was about 30% below the average for the State as a whole.

  • Seventh-warmest mean spring temperature for the State
  • Eighth-warmest statewide maximum temperature
  • Seventh-warmest statewide minimum temperature
  • Area-averaged rainfall 30% below the statewide mean
  • Severe thunderstorms in November lash the State

Rainfall in Queensland during spring was below average across the north tropical coast, central coast, Northern Goldfields and parts of the Cape York Peninsula, parts of the west, southwest, southern border and across large parts of the central west. The below-average rainfall is exacerbating already dry conditions in rainfall deficient regions throughout the west. Areas of well-below spring rainfall were recorded in the central west, southwest, southern Darling Downs and in the Warrego and Maranoa districts. With a particularly dry September in the southwest and central west and a very dry October throughout much of western Queensland, the scattered rainfall throughout the State in November provided short-term relief to some areas, while some locations adjacent to those that received a thunderstorm recorded very little rainfall for the spring. Some locations have recorded their lowest total spring rainfall for at least 20 years. In contrast, some isolated, heavy daily rainfall totals were recorded at Barcaldine on the 1st, and Queen Mary Falls (eastern of Killarney) on the 4th, with these locations receiving their highest spring daily rainfall on record.

Mean maximum temperatures during spring were well above average in the west, with above-average mean maxima recorded across large parts of central, southern and far northern Queensland. Some particularly hot days were recording at the end of spring in far western Queensland and in the central west, where Urandangi and Winton both recorded a daytime temperature of 45.0 C on 26 and 28 November respectively. Mt Isa Aero recorded its highest spring temperature on record. Areas of the Northern Goldfields and Upper Flinders, the north tropical and central coasts and adjacent inland districts, parts of the Capricornia coast, and the Wide Bay and Burnett districts recorded near-average mean maxima for spring.

Mean minimum temperatures during spring were well above average in an area from about Birdsville, to Richmond in the Northern Goldfields and down to Goondiwindi in the Darling Downs, as well as in parts of the northwest and Gulf Country. Above-average mean minima were recorded across the majority of the State, where only the Cape York Peninsula, north tropical coast, parts of Capricornia and the central highlands, and the Wide Bay and Burnett recorded near-average overnight temperatures during the season.

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Extremes in spring 2015
Hottest day 45.0 C at Urandangi Aerodrome on 26 Nov and at Winton Airport on 28 Nov
Warmest days on average 37.6 C at Century Mine
Coolest days on average 23.3 C at Applethorpe
Coldest day 14.8 C at Applethorpe on 23 Sep
Coldest night -1.9 C at Stanthorpe Leslie Parade on 24 Sep
Coolest nights on average 9.4 C at Applethorpe
Warmest nights on average 24.6 C at Horn Island
Warmest night 30.4 C at Sweers Island on 29 Nov
Warmest on average overall 29.4 C at Normanton Airport
Coolest on average overall 16.3 C at Applethorpe
Wettest overall446.8 mm at Whyanbeel Valley
Wettest day106.8 mm at Alpha Post Office on 1 Nov
Strongest wind gust 156 km/h at Moranbah Airport on 16 Nov

Maps
ObservedAnomalyDecile rank
Total
rainfall
Map of Rainfall totals Map of Percentage of normal rainfall Map of Rainfall deciles
Mean
daily
maximum
temperatures
Map of Mean maximum temperature Map of Anomaly in mean maximum temperature Map of Decile rank of mean maximum temperature
Mean
daily
minimum
temperatures
Map of Mean minimum temperature Map of Anomaly in mean minimum temperature Map of Decile rank of mean minimum temperature

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Record highest spring daily rainfall
New record
(mm)
Old
record
Years of
record
Barcaldine Post Office 105.0 on 1 Nov 99.2 on 25 Nov 2001 129
Queen Mary Falls 84.4 on 4 Nov 81.5 on 26 Nov 1967 57



Highest spring total rainfall for at least 20 years
Observed
(mm)
Most recent
higher
Average for
spring
Lovandee 314.5 550.2 in 1976* 210.5

* note: there are gaps in the historical record at this site, so it is possible a higher value has gone unreported.




Lowest spring total rainfall for at least 20 years
Observed
(mm)
Most recent
lower
Average for
spring
Charleville Aero 10.8 9.5 in 1968 102.6
Karoola Park 40.8 21.8 in 1967* 133.3
Whyenbah 11.0 0.0 in 1967* 103.1
Meandarra Post Office 57.2 55.8 in 1977* 146.8
Surat 52.0 45.7 in 1982 132.4
Anakie Richardson St 42.8 29.6 in 1994 123.5

* note: there are gaps in the historical record at this site, so it is possible a lower value has gone unreported.




Record highest spring temperature
New record
(C)
Old
record
Years of
record
Average for
spring
Mount Isa Aero 43.9 on 28 Nov 43.5 on 30 Nov 2006 49 34.2



Record highest spring daily minimum temperature
New record
(C)
Old
record
Years of
record
Average for
spring
Mackay Aero 25.8 on 29 Nov = 25.8 on 22 Nov 2013 31 17.7
Sunshine Coast Airport 23.9 on 28 Nov 23.8 on 29 Nov 2008 22 15.5
Rundle Island 25.4 on 30 Nov = 25.4 on 30 Nov 2009 20 20.9



Record lowest spring temperature
New record
(C)
Old
record
Years of
record
Average for
spring
Gold Coast Seaway 7.9 on 2 Sep 8.2 on 17 Nov 2006 24 16.9



Summary statistics for spring 2015
Maximum temperatures
(C)
Minimum temperatures
(C)
Rainfall
(millimetres)
Mean for
spring
2015
Diff
from
average
Highest for
spring
2015
Mean for
spring
2015
Diff
from
average
Lowest for
spring
2015
Total for
spring
2015
Average
for
spring
Rank of
spring
2015
Fraction of
spring
average
North Peninsula (district 27)
Coconut Island 32.6 +0.7 35.3 19 Nov 24.3 -0.5 21.6 19 Sep 4.2 80.0 v low 5%
Coen Airport 33.3 +0.1 38.6 9 Nov 19.6 -0.9 13.4 4 Sep 13.6 47.3 average 29%
Horn Island 30.6 -0.4 33.0 29 Nov 24.6 -0.1 18.1 19 Sep 6.0 66.0 low 9%
Scherger RAAF 35.4   41.4 31 Oct 20.9   16.9 18 Sep 109.8 137.5 average 80%
Weipa Aero 35.1 -0.1 38.7 6 Nov 21.1 -0.6 17.1 24 Sep 60.2 130.9 low 46%
South Peninsula (district 28)
Lockhart River Airport 30.3 -0.1 34.6 9 Nov 22.0 +0.2 15.0 19 Sep 46.8 106.4 average 44%
Palmerville 35.0 -0.1 40.0 27 Nov 18.9 0.0 13.0 23 Sep 65.8 89.8 average 73%
Lower Carpentaria (district 29)
Burketown Airport 35.5 +0.3 42.8 8 Nov 20.9 -0.6 12.5 1 Sep 37.8 46.0 average 82%
Century Mine 37.6 +0.1 43.4 24 Nov 20.8 +0.1 11.7 7 Sep 64.6 57.2 high 113%
Cloncurry Airport 36.4 +0.6 44.5 28 Nov 21.1 +1.1 12.3 6 Sep 38.2 61.1 average 63%
Julia Creek Airport 37.2 +0.4 44.7 29 Nov 17.9 -0.3 8.2 19 Sep 39.0 39.3 average 99%
Kowanyama Airport 36.2 +0.5 40.2 25 Nov 22.2 +0.6 13.6 19 Sep 53.4 75.7 average 71%
Lake Julius AWS 36.3   44.4 27 Nov 22.0   12.8 6 Sep 62.0
Mornington Island Airport 32.2   37.6 17 Nov 23.7   15.3 7 Sep 87.0
Mount Isa Aero 35.7 +1.5 43.9 28 Nov 18.7 +0.7 5.9 6 Sep 28.2 62.6 low 45%
Normanton Airport 35.9 -0.3 40.5 28 Nov 23.0 +0.1 15.1 6 Sep 71.4 58.5 average 122%
Sweers Island 31.4 -0.3 36.6 18 Nov 24.4 -0.1 15.2 6 Sep 59.4 83.2 average 71%
Upper Carpentaria (district 30)
Georgetown Airport 34.7 -0.7 40.8 28 Nov 20.3 +0.3 11.5 5 Sep 91.4 84.8 average 108%
Hughenden Airport 34.5 -0.2 42.7 27 Nov 18.8 +0.2 6.9 4 Sep 66.6 69.3 average 96%
Richmond Airport 36.1 +0.2 43.9 29 Nov 18.7 +0.3 7.5 5 Sep 16.4 61.9 low 26%
Richmond Post Office 35.8 +0.6 43.1 29 Nov 19.1 +1.5 7.7 6 Sep 21.6 53.0 average 41%
Barron North Coast (district 31)
Cairns Aero 29.5 +0.1 32.1 27 Nov 20.5 0.0 14.0 5 Sep 167.0 173.1 average 96%
Cairns Racecourse 29.4   33.2 29 Nov 19.5   13.5 5 Sep 177.2
Cape Flattery 30.1 -0.2 33.3 17 Nov 23.1 0.0 17.1 18 Sep 22.2 56.6 low 39%
Cooktown Airport 30.1 -0.1 35.9 16 Nov 22.2 -0.2 13.3 19 Sep 56.6 95.4 average 59%
Low Isles Lighthouse 30.0 -0.2 35.2 30 Nov 23.0 -0.2 20.4 1 Sep 123.4 170.3 average 72%
Mareeba Airport 30.0 -0.3 36.4 8 Nov 17.1 -0.2 12.3 5 Sep 18.2 64.7 low 28%
Herbert North Coast (district 32)
Cardwell Marine Pde 28.0 -1.1 31.5 18 Nov 20.2 +1.4 14.3 5 Sep 104.3 209.1 low 50%
Ingham Composite 30.3 +0.1 35.4 15 Nov 18.3 -0.1 13.0 5 Sep 100.8 212.9 low 47%
Innisfail 28.0 -0.3 31.2 27 Nov 20.0 +1.1 15.0 24 Sep 356.1 332.0 average 107%
Lucinda Point 26.4 -0.7 29.9 22 Nov 22.6 0.0 18.3 26 Sep 59.6 133.7 average 45%
South Johnstone Exp Stn 28.4 -0.5 32.0 27 Nov 19.2 +0.5 13.0 5 Sep 316.2 329.4 average 96%
Townsville Aero 29.8 +0.5 33.0 16 Nov 20.9 +0.6 13.9 5 Sep 31.4 93.6 low 34%
East Central Coast (district 33)
Alva Beach 28.0 -0.4 31.0 20 Nov 21.5 +0.1 13.9 4 Sep 89.2 106.2 high 84%
Ayr DPI Research Stn 30.1 +0.4 33.7 28 Nov 18.6 +0.7 11.1 4 Sep 14.4 81.4 low 18%
Bowen Airport AWS 29.3   32.7 19 Nov 20.0   12.5 5 Sep 17.8
Hamilton Island Airport 27.0 0.0 32.4 28 Nov 21.8 +0.1 18.5 12 Sep 39.4 143.2 average 28%
Mackay Aero 28.4 +0.5 33.2 28 Nov 18.2 +0.5 10.0 4 Sep 158.6 141.3 high 112%
Mackay M.O 27.9 +0.5 33.5 28 Nov 19.7 +0.3 13.4 5 Sep 130.0 150.2 average 87%
Proserpine Airport 30.0 -0.1 35.5 28 Nov 17.3 +0.1 7.5 4 Sep 125.8 125.6 average 100%
Samuel Hill Aero 27.6 -0.3 32.3 28 Nov 15.4 +0.6 7.1 24 Sep 99.2 159.6 low 62%
St Lawrence 29.2 +0.5 33.7 3 Sep 17.4 -0.1 10.1 24 Sep 87.4 109.4 average 80%
Williamson 28.8 +0.1 32.1 28 Nov 17.4 +0.5 9.1 5 Sep 74.8 102.1 average 73%
Woolshed 27.7 +0.7 32.6 16 Nov 17.6 +0.3 11.6 5 Sep 42.8 101.2 low 42%
Yeppoon The Esplanade 25.6 -0.4 32.3 3 Sep 19.2 +0.5 8.9 1 Sep 83.6 150.6 low 56%
West Central Coast (district 34)
Charters Towers Airport 32.6 +0.3 39.0 27 Nov 17.9 0.0 11.4 4 Sep 30.6 91.7 average 33%
Moranbah Airport 32.7   40.1 28 Nov 16.0   7.7 4 Sep 103.6
Central Highlands (district 35)
Blackwater Airport 32.0   40.9 27 Nov 16.3   6.9 1 Sep 111.4
Clermont Airport 32.6   41.5 28 Nov 15.0   5.3 5 Sep 44.4
Emerald Airport 32.0 +0.7 41.2 27 Nov 16.9 +0.3 9.8 1 Sep 75.0 123.9 average 61%
Lochington 32.3   42.8 27 Nov 15.1   4.7 24 Sep 13.6
Rolleston Airport 31.7   41.8 27 Nov 14.4   3.6 1 Sep 89.2
Springsure Comet St 30.7 +0.4 40.4 27 Nov 15.0 +0.2 5.6 24 Sep 67.8 140.6 low 48%
Tambo Post Office 32.1 +1.5 41.7 27 Nov 14.3 +1.0 3.3 25 Sep 77.6 102.3 average 76%
Taroom Post Office 31.3 +1.7 40.8 27 Nov 14.7 +0.5 2.5 2 Sep 142.4 160.2 average 89%
Central Lowlands (district 36)
Barcaldine Post Office 33.1 +1.3 41.7 27 Nov 18.8 +1.7 9.0 4 Sep 177.8 84.9 v high 209%
Blackall Airport 33.2 +0.7 43.0 27 Nov 17.1 +0.8 6.5 5 Sep 54.8 97.8 average 56%
Isisford Post Office 34.6 +1.9 43.8 27 Nov 17.4 +1.1 3.5 3 Sep 22.0 77.3 low 28%
Longreach Aero 34.6 +1.1 43.7 27 Nov 17.9 +1.4 6.5 4 Sep 24.4 63.4 low 38%
Upper Western (district 37)
Camooweal Township 36.9 +1.7 44.0 28 Nov 20.0 +1.0 7.4 26 Sep 23.0 49.1 average 47%
Carters Bore 34.9   43.3 28 Nov 21.8   11.8 6 Sep 37.8
New May Downs 35.3   43.1 28 Nov 20.6   10.9 6 Sep 23.4
The Monument Airport 35.7 +0.9 43.8 26 Nov 18.4 +0.4 6.8 25 Sep 7.2 48.1 low 15%
Trepell Airport 35.8 +0.6 43.6 28 Nov 18.8 +0.4 8.9 24 Sep 10.4 43.6 low 24%
Urandangi Aerodrome 36.6   45.0 26 Nov 16.7   5.6 25 Sep 12.0
Winton Airport 35.9 +0.4 45.0 28 Nov 18.8 +0.6 8.0 4 Sep 19.4 45.5 average 43%
Lower Western (district 38)
Bedourie Police Station 35.0 +1.3 43.2 26 Nov     9.9 1 Sep 24.9 38.9 average 64%
Birdsville Airport 34.3 +1.0 43.2 20 Nov 17.7 +0.4 7.4 24 Sep 20.6 26.6 average 77%
Boulia Airport 35.4 +1.6 44.4 25 Nov 19.9 +2.3 9.8 24 Sep 3.2 42.8 v low 7%
Port Curtis South Coast (district 39)
Bundaberg Aero 27.7 +0.7 31.7 27 Nov 15.9 -0.4 7.1 1 Sep 221.2 192.6 average 115%
Gayndah Airport 29.5 -0.4 37.5 27 Nov 14.4 -0.2 4.6 2 Sep 264.8 149.6 high 177%
Gladstone Airport 27.8 +0.4 33.5 27 Nov 17.9 -0.2 9.5 1 Sep 117.4 140.9 average 83%
Gladstone Radar 29.1 +0.8 34.7 27 Nov 18.8 +0.2 11.9 1 Sep 73.4 155.2 low 47%
Lady Elliot Island 26.2 +0.7 30.5 29 Nov 20.7 +0.4 12.7 1 Sep 77.8 162.9 low 48%
Monto Township 29.0 +0.2 38.4 27 Nov 12.9 -0.2 2.5 1 Sep 143.6 154.0 average 93%
Rockhampton Aero 30.6 +1.2 37.9 27 Nov 17.6 +0.8 7.7 1 Sep 72.2 140.4 low 51%
Rundle Island 24.8 +0.1 28.9 25 Nov 20.9 0.0 17.0 24 Sep
Seventeen Seventy 26.4 +0.6 30.2 27 Nov     14.0 10 Sep 107.7 160.3 average 67%
Thangool Airport 30.2 +0.1 36.7 27 Nov 12.8 -0.4 3.0 1 Sep 198.4 157.9 high 126%
Moreton South Coast (district 40)
Amberley AMO 28.4 +0.8 36.8 21 Nov 12.7 -0.3 0.9 2 Sep 267.4 188.0 high 142%
Archerfield Airport 27.7 +0.8 35.8 21 Nov 14.7 +0.5 3.9 2 Sep 183.4 213.1 average 86%
Beaudesert Drumley Street 28.0   36.3 21 Nov 12.9   0.9 2 Sep 182.4
Beerburrum Forest Station 26.6 -0.7 35.4 21 Nov 14.2 -0.1 6.0 2 Sep 290.2 255.4 average 114%
Brisbane 27.0 +0.1 33.8 5 Oct 16.3 +0.1 7.2 2 Sep 184.2 206.4 average 89%
Brisbane Aero 25.4 -0.1 30.2 21 Nov 15.8 +0.2 6.1 2 Sep 176.6 198.9 average 89%
Cape Moreton Lighthouse 24.1 +1.0 29.0 29 Nov 18.7 +0.9 12.5 24 Sep 132.4 237.8 low 56%
Coolangatta 25.4 +0.9 32.9 21 Nov 15.7 -0.1 4.9 2 Sep 258.6 255.5 average 101%
Double Island Point Lighthouse 25.4 +0.9 33.0 7 Nov 18.9 +0.5 13.6 1 Sep 245.8 207.2 average 119%
Gold Coast Seaway 26.0 +0.7 32.8 19 Nov 16.9 0.0 7.9 2 Sep 156.0 250.4 low 62%
Gympie 27.8 -0.4 34.5 27 Nov 13.5 0.0 3.7 1 Sep 223.8 204.7 average 109%
Hervey Bay Airport 26.5 +0.1 30.8 28 Nov 16.2 -0.5 5.7 2 Sep 219.8 170.0 high 129%
Jimna Forestry 24.8 -0.4 32.4 21 Nov 11.6 -0.1 1.0 2 Sep 10.6 167.1 v low 6%
Kingaroy Airport 26.9 -0.3 35.2 21 Nov 11.5 +0.1 1.0 1 Sep 254.4 150.3 high 169%
Logan City Water Treatment Plant 26.8 +0.3 35.3 19 Nov     6.1 2 Sep 162.5 210.0 average 77%
Maleny Tamarind St 23.7 -0.4 32.5 21 Nov 14.9 +0.6 8.2 25 Sep 328.1 309.0 average 106%
Maryborough 27.5 -0.1 32.6 27 Nov 14.7 -0.4 4.4 1 Sep 237.2 200.8 average 118%
Nambour Daff - Hillside 26.2   33.5 26 Nov 15.3   6.7 2 Sep 238.4
Point Lookout 25.6 +0.4 30.4 6 Oct 18.4 +0.2 11.4 2 Sep 194.1 278.9 low 70%
Rainbow Beach 25.3 -0.2 31.8 27 Nov       351.4 223.9 high 157%
Redcliffe 25.3 -0.2 31.3 21 Nov 16.7 -0.2 8.2 2 Sep 269.4 218.7 average 123%
Redland (Alexandra Hills) 25.4   30.6 7 Nov 15.4   6.4 2 Sep 129.0
Sunshine Coast Airport 26.3 +0.7 32.3 21 Nov 15.3 -0.2 6.2 1 Sep 218.2 216.0 average 101%
Tewantin RSL Park 25.1 -0.4 32.0 7 Nov 16.7 0.0 9.0 2 Sep 238.6 243.3 average 98%
University of Queensland Gatton 28.7 +0.7 38.0 21 Nov 13.0 +0.1 3.4 2 Sep 204.2 178.7 average 114%
East Darling Downs (district 41)
Applethorpe 23.3 +1.7 32.9 20 Nov 9.4 +0.6 -1.4 24 Sep 190.4 193.9 average 98%
Dalby Airport 29.1 +1.0 39.9 27 Nov 12.2 -0.1 0.5 1 Sep 72.0 161.3 lowest 45%
Oakey Aero 27.1 +0.6 35.8 27 Nov 11.7 +0.7 0.7 1 Sep 243.8 164.7 high 148%
Stanthorpe Leslie Parade 23.9 +1.4 33.6 20 Nov 9.6 +0.9 -1.9 24 Sep 173.8 195.8 average 89%
Texas Post Office 29.3 +1.7 39.2 20 Nov 12.7 +1.2 1.1 1 Sep 117.6 167.3 average 70%
Toowoomba Airport 24.7 +0.4 33.5 20 Nov 12.9 +0.2 4.7 24 Sep 181.0 176.8 average 102%
Warwick 26.7 +0.9 36.7 20 Nov 10.3 -0.2 -0.4 2 Sep 128.4 191.9 low 67%
West Darling Downs (district 42)
Miles Constance Street 30.1 +0.9 40.0 27 Nov 13.6 -0.1 1.1 25 Sep 106.8 116.3 average 92%
Maranoa (district 43)
Injune Post Office 30.2 +1.1 40.2 27 Nov 12.9 +0.6 1.3 1 Sep 139.0 146.7 average 95%
Mitchell Post Office 31.3 +2.3 41.7 26 Nov 12.7 +0.7 -0.2 1 Sep 132.8 127.1 average 104%
Roma Airport 31.1 +1.7 41.6 26 Nov 13.3 -0.1 1.3 1 Sep 73.4 136.4 low 54%
St George Airport 31.2 +1.7 43.5 26 Nov 15.1 +0.6 1.6 1 Sep 21.6 127.7 v low 17%
Surat 30.7 +1.8 40.4 26 Nov 14.7 +1.3 2.2 1 Sep 52.0 132.4 low 39%
Warrego (district 44)
Bollon Mary St 31.4 +2.0 43.0 26 Nov 15.4 +1.9 1.6 1 Sep 75.3 101.0 average 75%
Charleville Aero 32.2 +2.6 42.1 26 Nov 15.7 +1.6 3.5 1 Sep 10.8 102.6 v low 11%
Cunnamulla Post Office 31.9 +2.5 43.3 26 Nov 16.6 +2.1 3.9 1 Sep 48.3 73.8 average 65%
Far Southwest (district 45)
Ballera Gas Field 33.6 +1.4 42.7 20 Nov 18.2 +1.0 7.5 24 Sep 2.4 40.9 v low 6%
Thargomindah Airport 32.9 +1.7 42.6 20 Nov 18.1 +1.4 4.4 1 Sep 4.8 54.8 v low 9%
Offshore Islands (district 200)
Middle Percy Island 25.5 +0.1 28.9 28 Nov 19.9 0.0 16.4 20 Sep 85.4 151.1 average 57%
Willis Island 28.5 -0.1 31.3 28 Nov 23.7 +0.1 20.8 19 Oct 62.0 77.5 average 80%

Notes

The Seasonal climate summary lists the main features of the weather in Queensland using the most timely and accurate information available on the date of publication; it will generally not be updated. Later information, including data that has had greater opportunity for quality control, will be presented in the Monthly Weather Review.

A climate summary is generally published on the first working day of each month.

This statement has been prepared based on information available at 9 am on Tuesday 1 December 2015. Some checks have been made on the data, but it is possible that results will change as new information becomes available.

Averages for individual sites are long-term means based on observations from all available years of record, which vary widely from site to site. They are not shown for sites with less than 10 years of record, as they cannot then be calculated reliably.
The median is sometimes more representative than the mean of long-term average rain.

The Rank indicates how rainfall this time compares with the climate record for the site, based on the decile ranking (very low rainfall is in decile 1, low in decile 2 or 3, average in decile 4 to 7, high in decile 8 or 9 and very high is in decile 10).
The Fraction of average shows how much rain has fallen this time as a percentage of the long-term mean.

The ACORN-SAT dataset is used for temperature area averages.

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