Melbourne, Victoria
February 2016 Daily Weather Observations

From Tuesday 6 January 2015, please refer to the Melbourne (Olympic Park) station for Melbourne capital city observations.

DateDayTempsRainEvapSunMax wind gust9 am3 pm
1Mo   6.012.7S3314:41   WSW9    SE20 
2Tu   5.67.8N4412:34   N13    N28 
3We   8.22.8SSE5616:20   SW20    S28 
4Th   5.04.5S4401:06   S24    S28 
5Fr   3.8       WSW11    SSW15 
Statistics for the first 5 days of February 2016
Mean   5.77.0       15     23 
Lowest   3.82.8      WSW9    SSW15 
Highest   8.212.7SSE56    S24    #28 
Total   28.627.8               

IDCJDW3050.201602   Prepared at 05:37 GMT on Friday 5 February 2016

Source of data

Temperature, humidity, pressure, cloud and rainfall observations are from Melbourne Regional Office {station 086071}. Wind, evaporation and sunshine observations are from Melbourne Airport {station 086282}.

On Tuesday 6 January 2015, the Melbourne (Latrobe Street) observation station permanently closed. Please refer to the Melbourne (Olympic Park) station for Melbourne capital city observations.

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