Newcastle, New South Wales
March 2015 Daily Weather Observations

Most observations from Nobbys Head, but some Newcastle University.

DateDayTempsRainEvapSunMax wind gust9 am3 pm
MinMaxDirSpdTimeTempRHCldDirSpdMSLPTempRHCldDirSpdMSLP
°C°Cmmmmhourskm/hlocal°C%8thkm/hhPa°C%8thkm/hhPa
1Su20.833.50  S8017:3322.8890N11 26.4745ENE26 
2Mo20.523.26.6  SSE5923:4120.7757SSW26 22.9608SE20 
3Tu17.725.90  ENE3917:2821.2730N7 24.0680E26 
4We21.1 0     22.1838NNE9       
Statistics for the first 4 days of March 2015
Mean20.027.5      21.7803 13 24.4674 24 
Lowest17.723.20     20.7730N7 22.9600SE20 
Highest21.133.56.6  S80 22.8898SSW26 26.4748#26 
Total  6.6                 

IDCJDW2097.201503   Prepared at 23:36 UTC on Tuesday 3 March 2015

Source of data

Temperature, humidity, wind and rainfall observations are from Newcastle Nobbys Signal Station AWS {station 061055}. Cloud observations are from Newcastle University {station 061390}.

The closest station with pressure, evaporation and sunshine observations is at Williamtown, about 16 km to the northeast.

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