This month's highs and lows

Temperature and humidity
Highest Temperature20.9 °Cat 15:56 on 5 September
Lowest Temperature-27.7 °Cat 19:37 on 18 September
Highest Minimum16.6 °COn 5 September
Lowest Maximum13.6 °COn 16 September
Highest Apparent Temperature23.4 °Cat 16:49 on 5 September
Lowest Apparent Temperature-32.8 °Cat 19:37 on 18 September
Highest Heat Index20.9 °Cat 15:56 on 5 September
Lowest Wind Chill Temperature-34.2 °Cat 19:37 on 18 September
Highest Dew Point17.4 °Cat 15:54 on 5 September
Lowest Dew Point-29.8 °Cat 19:37 on 18 September
Highest Humidity97%at 4:42 on 6 September
Lowest Humidity55%at 18:25 on 3 September
Largest Daily Range44.2 °COn 18 September
Smallest Daily Range1.5 °COn 8 September
Rainfall
Total rainfall so far52.6 mm 
Highest Rain Rate48.4 mm/hrat 9:56 on 9 September
Highest Hourly Rainfall7.0 mmat 10:08 on 9 September
Highest Daily Rainfall14.8 mmOn 9 September
Longest Dry Period5 Dayto 5 September
Longest Wet Period7 Dayto 19 September
Wind
Highest Wind Gust28.6 m/sat 12:48 on 13 September
Highest Wind Speed 10-minute Average13.0 m/sat 15:15 on 11 September
Highest Daily Wind Run295.4 km17 september
Pressure (sea level)
Lowest Pressure992.08 mbat 7:30 on 13 September
Highest Pressure1022.35 mbat 11:45 on 2 September

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