Minlaton, South Australia
May 2015 Daily Weather Observations

DateDayTempsRainEvapSunMax wind gust9 am3 pm
1Fr9.522.40  NNW3512:4216.465 NE221022.620.344 N191019.0
2Sa13.920.30  WNW3914:0218.067 WNW221018.918.861 W301018.2
3Su8.1 0.2     15.183 N71020.718.064 WNW191017.1
Statistics for the first 3 days of May 2015
Mean10.521.4      16.571  171020.719.056  221018.1
Lowest8.120.30     15.165 N71018.918.044 #191017.1
Highest13.922.40.2  WNW39 18.083 #221022.620.364 W301019.0
Total  0.2                 

IDCJDW5036.201505   Prepared at 07:00 UTC on Sunday 3 May 2015

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.

You should read the important information in these notes.

Other formats

To print this page, get the PDF version (one page, 45 kb).

To use this page in a spreadsheet, get the plain text version (4 kb).

Other times and other places

The last 14 months of Daily Weather Observations for Minlaton, South Australia are also here on this web site:

May 15   Apr 15   Mar 15   Feb 15   Jan 15   Dec 14   Nov 14   Oct 14   
Sep 14   Aug 14   Jul 14   Jun 14   May 14   Apr 14   

Daily Weather Observations are also routinely prepared for hundreds of other locations in South Australia and across Australia. To get other months or places not on this web site, contact us.

Climate statistics

If you are after long-term averages relevant to Minlaton, South Australia, look at the tables for Maitland.

Maps and tables of average conditions for locations across Australia are also available.

More information

If you are using these pages, you are deemed to have understood the important information in these notes. They cover how the data are obtained, how they are processed, and what each column means.

If you have any questions about this product, or you want any other weather or climate information, please contact us.