Port Lincoln, South Australia
March 2015 Daily Weather Observations

DateDayTempsRainEvapSunMax wind gust9 am3 pm
1Su15.222.50  S4600:2318.153 S241017.921.745 SSE241017.9
2Mo16.621.70  SSE3515:4918.677 SE201014.920.671 SSE191014.5
3Tu16.422.60  ESE3511:5418.470 SSE221019.922.050 SE241018.6
4We11.624.70  WSW5216:0417.562 SW171020.423.144 WSW281018.9
5Th16.1 0     17.556 SSE281024.019.451 SE221023.8
Statistics for the first 5 days of March 2015
Mean15.222.9      18.063  221019.421.452  231018.7
Lowest11.621.70     17.553 SW171014.919.444 SSE191014.5
Highest16.624.70  WSW52 18.677 SSE281024.023.171 WSW281023.8
Total  0.0                 

IDCJDW5055.201503   Prepared at 07:00 UTC on Thursday 5 March 2015

Source of data

Observations were drawn from North Shields (Port Lincoln AWS) {station 018192}.

No current cloud, daily sunshine or evaporation rates are available for Port Lincoln but the average daily sunshine in the Port Lincoln area is around 9 hours in January and 4 hours in July. The average annual evaporation is estimated around 1600 mm varying from around 240 mm in January and 60 mm in July. Daily sunshine hours are dependent on the amount of cloud cover and daily evaporation is affected by cloud cover, relative humidity, temperature and wind strength during the day. See climate maps for further information on average values.

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