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Automatic Weather Station
and Radiation Level Monitor in Sydney Australia

 
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Full year (2020) and July High and Low weather stats for Sydney:

 
Observation Year 2020 July
Max Min Max Min
Temperature 45.3°C 5.5°C 21.1°C 6.6°C
Humidity 100% 14% 100% 42%
Barometer 1033.7 mb 992.4 mb 1026.8 mb 1008.7 mb
Wind Speed 59.5 km/hr - 24.1 km/hr -
Solar Radiation 1350 W/m˛ - 605 W/m˛ -
Dew Point 26.7°C -1.7°C 13.9°C 1.1°C
Wind Chill - 5.6°C - 6.7°C
Heat Index 56.7°C - 20.0°C -

Observation Year 2020 July
Total Total
Evaporation 347.98 mm 9.65 mm
Total Rainfall 755.8 mm 14.4 mm
Highest Rain Rate 172.0 mm/hr 10.0 mm/hr
Days of rain ≥0.2mm 120 10
Days of rain ≥2.0mm 53 3
Days of rain ≥20mm 8 0

View other Monthly comparisons:
Jan   Feb   Mar   Apr   May   Jun   Jul   Aug   Sep   Oct   Nov   Dec


 
Sunrise: 6:59
Sunset: 17:04
Moon: Last Quarter
 



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