Minlaton, South Australia
September 2014 Daily Weather Observations

DateDayTempsRainEvapSunMax wind gust9 am3 pm
MinMaxDirSpdTimeTempRHCldDirSpdMSLPTempRHCldDirSpdMSLP
°C°Cmmmmhourskm/hlocal°C%8thkm/hhPa°C%8thkm/hhPa
1Mo10.5 8.4     12.486 WSW191014.414.865 WSW201015.0
Statistics for the first day of September 2014
Mean10.5       12.486  191014.414.865  201015.0
Lowest10.5 8.4     12.486 WSW191014.414.865 WSW201015.0
Highest10.5 8.4     12.486 WSW191014.414.865 WSW201015.0
Total  8.4                 

IDCJDW5036.201409   Prepared at 07:00 UTC on Monday 1 September 2014

Source of data

Observations were drawn from Minlaton Aero {station 022031}.

The closest cloud observations are at Maitland, approximately 50 kilometres north. There is no nearby sunshine of evaporation sites. See climate maps for average values. Sunshine is dependent on cloud amount and evaporation is affected by cloud, relative humidity, temperature and wind strength during the day. See cllimate maps for average values.

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