Another wet month
Rainfall on the Peninsula was more than 20 per cent above the monthly average on the morning of Friday, November 25, with more rain expected.
A total of 113.3mm was recorded compared to the monthly average of 92.4mm, according to figures supplied by Mr Jim Morrison of Woy Woy.
The cumulative total for the year to date was 1434mm, 25 per cent above the average figure for this time of year and about 16.5 per cent above the annual average of 1231.1mm.
November has had seven days with close to 10mm or more and two days with more than 20mm recorded.
Highest temperature this month was 37.1 degrees recorded on November 14 and the lowest overnight temperature was 13.5 recorded on November 3, according to figures from www.peninsulaweather.info.
Strongest wind gust was 24.8k m/h was recorded on November 14.
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