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Rainfall - March 2013

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Overview

During March, most of Victoria received average to below average rainfall totals.  Parts of northeast Victoria received above average rainfall and the highest total for the month of March was recorded at Edi Upper, 393.2mm, with the next highest rainfall being 247mm at Mt Hotham.   For the rest of the state the chances of a wetter or drier season remain roughly equal.

Bureau of Meteorology Rainfall maps

BoM Monthly Rainfall Map

BoM Rainfall Decile Map 


 BoM 6 Month Rainfall Decile Map

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Rainfall Graphs Western Victoria

The following graphs compare 24 months of actual rainfall and cumulative monthly rainfall with the drought years of 1967/68, 1982/83 and 1997/98.

Graph of Monthly Rainfall in Ouyen

Graph of Cumulative Rainfall in Ouyen

Graph of Monthly Rainfall in Horsham Graph of cumulative rainfall in Horsham

Graph of monthly rainfall in HamiltonGraph of cumulative rainfall in Hamilton 

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Rainfall Graphs Central Victoria

The following graphs compare 24 months of actual rainfall and cumulative monthly rainfall with the drought years of 1967/68, 1982/83 and 1997/98.

Note: No available data from the BoM for January, February and March 2012.  Data from the nearest station, Moama, has been used as an indication of conditions.

Graph of Monthly Rainfall in EchucaGraph of Cumulative Rainfall in Echuca

Graph of Monthly Rainfall in SeymourGraph of Cumulative Rainfall in Seymour

Graph of Monthly Rainfall in MelbourneGraph of Cumulative Rainfall in Melbourne Graph of Monthly Rainfall in WodongaGraph of Cumulative Rainfall in Wodonga

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Rainfall Graphs Eastern Victoria

The following graphs compare 24 months of actual rainfall and cumulative monthly rainfall with the drought years of 1967/68, 1982/83 and 1997/98.

Graph of Monthly Rainfall in OrbostGraph of Cumulative Rainfall in Orbost

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