Edithburgh, South Australia
September 2014 Daily Weather Observations

DateDayTempsRainEvapSunMax wind gust9 am3 pm
MinMaxDirSpdTimeTempRHCldDirSpdMSLPTempRHCldDirSpdMSLP
°C°Cmmmmhourskm/hlocal°C%8thkm/hhPa°C%8thkm/hhPa
1Mo11.016.27.2  SW6118:1412.975 SW201014.014.070 WSW201014.3
2Tu9.2 0.6     12.963 SSW201025.514.163 SSW191025.6
Statistics for the first 2 days of September 2014
Mean10.116.2      12.969  201019.814.166  191019.9
Lowest9.216.20.6     12.963 SW201014.014.063 SSW191014.3
Highest11.016.27.2  SW61 12.975 #201025.514.170 WSW201025.6
Total  7.8                 

IDCJDW5016.201409   Prepared at 07:00 UTC on Tuesday 2 September 2014

Source of data

Observations were drawn from Edithburgh {station 022046}.

A well exposed site. The The closest station reporting cloud, sunshine and evaporation is Adelaide, 75 kilometres northeast, across the Gulf waters. On an annual and monthly average basis, Edithburgh can be expected to have slightly more cloud and slightly less evaporation and sunshine than Adelaide. See climate maps for average values. Sunshine is dependent on cloud cover and evaporation is affected by cloud, relative humidity, temperature and wind strength during the day.

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