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Where is it raining in Australia?

Where is it raining in Australia?


Limit to: Whole of Australia | NSW | VIC | QLD | SA | WA | TAS | NT | ACT |

Time period: last 2 hours | last 12 hours | last 24 hours |

In the last 2 hours, the following places have received some rain (look for rows that are blue for places receiving the most 'intense' rain):

Weather StationStateRainTotal Rain since 9am1 todayIntensity Rating2
BraidwoodNSW0.6 mm in the 2 hours up to 12:00AM0.0 mm since 9am0
Gunnedah AirportNSW2.6 mm in the 30 minutes up to 12:00AM0.0 mm since 9am2
JervoisNT1.6 mm in the 2 hours up to 10:30PM yesterday0.0 mm since 9am0
KowanyamaQLD0.6 mm in the 30 minutes up to 11:00PM yesterday0.0 mm since 9am1
Mount BoyceNSW0.4 mm in the 2 hours up to 12:00AM0.0 mm since 9am0
NarrabriNSW11.4 mm in the 30 minutes up to 12:00AM0.0 mm since 9am10
Tamworth AirportNSW2.4 mm in the 30 minutes up to 12:00AM0.0 mm since 9am2

1All times are the approximate local times for the places concerned

2The Intensity Rating is a rough guide/rating of rain intensity on a scale of 0-10 with 10 being the most intense rain with regard to the time period. Rain Intensity is calculated by dividing the amount of rain by the time over which that amount of rain was measured. Both values are subject to significant inaccuracy and so the Intensity Rating is just a visual guide to where in Australia it may be raining heaviest at the moment. Rows are also colourised to indicate intensity. The darker the blue the more intense the rain has been.

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