Wet year continues
February has ended with rainfall figures well above average, continuing a very wet start to the year.
A total of 218.9mm fell for the month, compared to the monthly average of 152.5mm, according to figures supplied by Mr Jim Morrison of Woy Woy.
The total for the year to date was 424.1mm, 139.2mm or almost 50 per cent above average for this time of year.
By Friday morning, another 40.7mm had fallen - almost a third of the March monthly average of 149.3mm in just two days.
Temperatures for February ranged from 15.1 degrees on February 11 to 33.6 on February 28, according to figures from www.peninsulaweather.info.
Highest minimum for the month was 22.5 degrees, recorded on February 27.
Lowest maximum was 19.6, recorded on February 2.
Average maximum was 25.5, while average overnight minimum was 19.2.
Highest wind gust was 26.3 km/h recorded on February 6.
Spreadsheet, 2 March 2012
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