Dry month after a wet start
After a wet start, the Peninsula has finished April with the rainfall total one third below average.
More than half of the month's rainfall of 114.7mm fell in the first week of the month, according to figures supplied as at 9am on April 28 by Mr Jim Morrison of Woy Woy.
In the first six days of the month, a total of 59.5mm was recorded.
The April average is 170mm.
However, the cumulative total for the year which stands at 789.5mm remains more than one third above the average of 581mm.
Highest daily reading for the month was 46.5mm recorded at 9am on April 4, which included rain that fell in the previous 24 hours.
Spreadsheet, 28 Apr 2017
Jim Morrison, Woy Woy
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