Lake Macquarie, New South Wales
September 2014 Daily Weather Observations

DateDayTempsRainEvapSunMax wind gust9 am3 pm
MinMaxDirSpdTimeTempRHCldDirSpdMSLPTempRHCldDirSpdMSLP
°C°Cmmmmhourskm/hlocal°C%8thkm/hhPa°C%8thkm/hhPa
1Mo5.523.70  NNW2811:0617.376 NE21017.422.739 N111011.7
2Tu10.9 0     13.882 Calm1009.9      
Statistics for the first 2 days of September 2014
Mean8.223.7      15.679  11013.622.739  111011.7
Lowest5.523.70     13.876 Calm1009.922.739 N111011.7
Highest10.923.70  NNW28 17.382 NE21017.422.739 N111011.7
Total  0.0                 

IDCJDW2159.201409   Prepared at 23:36 UTC on Monday 1 September 2014

Source of data

Observations were drawn from Cooranbong (Lake Macquarie AWS) {station 061412}.

The closest site with evaporation data is at Peats Ridge, about 32 km to the southwest; the closest with cloud observations is at Newcastle University, about 32 km to the northeast; and the closest with sunshine observations is at Williamtown, about 48 km to the northeast.

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