Rain recorded on just one day
Just one fall of 10.1mm of rain has been recorded so far this month on the Peninsula.
The figure, recorded on May 12 by Mr Jim Morrison of Woy Woy, is the lowest in the first 12 days of any month this year.
The closest was the total of 12.9mm at the start of January, recorded in falls over six days.
Totals for the first 12 days of the other months were 41.1mm in February, 81.7mm in April and 123.8mm in March.
The average May rainfall is 84mm.
The lowest May rainfall figure in the last 12 years was 6.5mm in 2008.
The cumulative total for the year to date is 799.6mm, which is 20.2 per cent above the average total at the end of May of 665mm.
Spreadsheet, 12 May 2017
Jim Morrison, Woy Woy
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