Marla, South Australia
February 2014 Daily Weather Observations

DateDayTempsRainEvapSunMax wind gust9 am3 pm
1Sa20.541.00     29.0220E41004.640.0123N191001.6
2Su25.034.00     28.5404ENE91004.330.5587E111002.4
3Mo21.534.722.0     22.2988ESE111006.833.0408ESE191004.2
4Tu21.732.72.6     26.7628ESE61009.331.2788E111007.7
5We25.240.00     29.8406E91008.639.0201W171005.9
6Th25.039.50     30.0360NNE61008.538.0235ESE91006.3
7Fr24.242.00     30.2701E41008.640.0192NNE151005.8
8Sa24.041.00     31.2330N131008.040.0181NNE301004.8
9Su26.241.50     32.3330NNW71009.240.5192ESE191007.3
10Mo28.041.00     29.5332ESE151009.639.0267N151006.0
11Tu29.541.50     33.2443N111006.940.0276NNE151004.0
12We30.542.00     32.5454N191006.340.6191NNE171003.3
13Th30.541.80     31.5514NNW111005.540.2267NNW41001.8
14Fr29.339.50     31.0547NNW131001.338.8347NNW9996.2
15Sa19.825.211.6     20.5798SSW131003.624.0648SSW151004.1
16Su16.029.50     18.0761S171011.526.2420SSE91009.9
17Mo16.033.20     20.2630Calm1012.031.5230S191009.6
18Tu17.733.80     22.0450S21011.032.8250S91008.1
19We17.028.20     18.4560S61012.326.5320S91010.4
20Th15.826.80     17.0540S151016.625.0290S71014.8
21Fr15.527.80     18.0450SSE91020.126.2240SSE151018.0
22Sa16.0 0     18.4430E171020.727.0250ESE191017.5
23Su 31.20           29.2220NNE41014.7
24Mo13.734.80     17.0513Calm1015.332.2183ENE71012.6
25Tu16.833.80     24.5347SSE61012.731.2236Calm1010.2
26We18.530.20     19.5600S191014.329.0290SSW91012.1
27Th18.331.00     19.5562SSE191016.829.2322ESE151014.1
28Fr16.733.50     19.5480S61016.931.6243ESE91014.2
Statistics for February 2014
Mean21.435.2      24.8502 91010.433.3293 121008.1
Lowest13.725.20     17.0220Calm1001.324.0120Calm996.2
Highest30.542.022.0     33.2988#191020.740.6788NNE301018.0
Total  36.2                 

IDCJDW5033.201402   Prepared at 13:06 UTC on Friday 13 March 2015

Source of data

Observations were drawn from Marla Police Station {station 016085}.

The nearest sunshine and evaporation observations are at Woomera, approximately 500 kilometres to the southeast. These are too remote to be representaive. Over a year Marla would have more sunshine hours and greater evaporation than Woomera. Sunshine is dependent on length of day and cloud cover. Evaporation is affected by cloud, temperature and wind strength during the day. See climate maps for average values.

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