The Gungahlin Weather Centre (634m asl) is located in Ngunnawal, a
northern suburb of Canberra, Australia's National Capital. The centre
opened in 1998 and records all major weather elements including;
temperature, rainfall, humidity, barometric pressure, dew point, heat
index, evaporation, UV, wind direction, wind speed and wind chill. More
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A cold night. Patchy fog
and light frost at first on Saturday, clearing to a mild, partly cloudy day
with light winds.
Outlook: Early frost/fog then mild and
mostly sunny on Sunday. A late shower on Monday.
Gungahlin's Forecast -
30 August 2014
Hottest temp: 41.7°C (16 Jan 2014)
Coldest temp: -6.6°C (2 Aug 2003)
Coldest day: 2.6°C (12 Jun 2009)
Warmest night: 25.2°C (8 Jan 2013)
Strongest wind: 78.9lm/h (24 Aug 2003)
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Wettest month: 176.3mm (Feb 2002)
Driest month: 0.0mm (May 2005)
Wettest year: 776.0mm (1999)
Driest year: 366.8mm (2006)
Longest dry spell: 56 days (16 Apr - 10 Jun 05)
Ave Min: 1.7°C
Ave Rain: 50.0mm
Wettest: 122.0mm (1998)
Hottest day: 21.0°C (1999)
Coldest day: 4.8°C (2008)
Warmest night: 11.1°C (2003)
Coldest night: -6.6°C (2003)
Ave no. of frosts: 18
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