Nullarbor, South Australia
October 2014 Daily Weather Observations

Observations are taken at a site around 15 km inland.

DateDayTempsRainEvapSunMax wind gust9 am3 pm
MinMaxDirSpdTimeTempRHCldDirSpdMSLPTempRHCldDirSpdMSLP
°C°Cmmmmhourskm/hlocal°C%8thkm/hhPa°C%8thkm/hhPa
1We9.0 0     17.457 ESE261029.518.851 SE311025.9
Statistics for the first day of October 2014
Mean9.0       17.457  261029.518.851  311025.9
Lowest9.0 0     17.457 ESE261029.518.851 SE311025.9
Highest9.0 0     17.457 ESE261029.518.851 SE311025.9
Total  0.0                 

IDCJDW5048.201410   Prepared at 07:00 UTC on Wednesday 1 October 2014

Source of data

Observations were drawn from Nullarbor {station 018106}.

There is no current cloud, evaporation or sunshine data available. The closest cloud, evaporation and sunshine observation site is Eucla 200 kilometres to the west. All conditions will vary between the two sites, evaporation is affected by cloud amount, relative humidity, temperature and wind strength during the day and sunshine is affected by cloud amount. See climate maps for average conditions.

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