Year's rainfall above average
December's average rainfall of 85.6mm had as good as fallen on the Peninsula by the morning of December 21, in a year with rainfall well above average.
Figures from Mr Jim Morrison of Woy Woy showed a total 85mm, just 0.6mm short of the average, with over a week of the month still remaining.
While rain was recorded on 14 days this month, most rain fell on just three days.
Figures of 14.4mm, 33.8mm and 15.0mm were recorded on December 8, 12 and 20 respectively.
The rainfall has brought the year's total to 1578mm, 28 per cent above the annual average of 1231mm.
Temperatures recorded by www.peninsulaweather.info have been mild this month, with minimum daily temperatures averaging 16.0 and maximum temperatures averaging 21.6 degrees.
Minimum overnight temperature for the month was 12.7 degrees recorded on December 4 and maximum temperature was 26.6 on December 11.
Highest wind gust for the month was 30.2 km/h recorded on December 4.
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