Newcastle University, New South Wales
March 2015 Daily Weather Observations

DateDayTempsRainEvapSunMax wind gust9 am3 pm
1Su19.536.70     23.3890NW9 36.0345Calm 
2Mo18.824.36.0     21.6727SW4 23.5568SE4 
3Tu14.828.40     20.6720Calm 27.4580SE19 
4We17.9 0     22.5838Calm       
Statistics for the first 4 days of March 2015
Mean17.829.8      22.0793 3 29.0494 7 
Lowest14.824.30     20.6720Calm 23.5340Calm 
Highest19.536.76.0     23.3898NW9 36.0588SE19 
Total  6.0                 

IDCJDW2098.201503   Prepared at 05:36 UTC on Wednesday 4 March 2015

Source of data

Observations were drawn from Newcastle University {station 061390}.

The closest station with pressure, evaporation and sunshine observations is at Williamtown, about 17 km to the northeast.

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