This year's highs and lows

Temperature and humidity
Highest Temperature11.3 °Cat 3:56 on 3 January
Lowest Temperature-0.9 °Cat 5:31 on 8 January
Highest Minimum7.1 °COn 4 January
Lowest Maximum3.4 °COn 7 January
Highest Apparent Temperature8.0 °Cat 13:44 on 11 January
Lowest Apparent Temperature-7.5 °Cat 8:09 on 16 January
Highest Heat Index11.3 °Cat 3:56 on 3 January
Lowest Wind Chill Temperature-5.3 °Cat 1:11 on 8 January
Highest Dew Point10.0 °Cat 3:14 on 3 January
Lowest Dew Point-3.1 °Cat 0:01 on 8 January
Highest Humidity99%at 11:53 on 13 January
Lowest Humidity66%at 20:25 on 16 January
Largest Daily Range6.1 °COn 3 January
Smallest Daily Range1.8 °COn 12 January
Total rainfall so far7.6 mm 
Highest Rain Rate18.8 mm/hrat 3:20 on 3 January
Highest Hourly Rainfall1.0 mmat 3:22 on 3 January
Highest Daily Rainfall2.6 mmOn 15 January
Highest Monthly Rainfall7.6 mmJanuary
Longest Dry Period4 Dayto 9 January
Longest Wet Period10 Dayto 5 January
Highest Wind Gust35.3 m/sat 3:19 on 3 January
Highest Wind Speed 10-minute Average17.9 m/sat 10:57 on 3 January
Highest Daily Wind Run1080.5 kmOn 3 January
Pressure (sea level)
Lowest Pressure984.09 mbat 3:39 on 3 January
Highest Pressure1028.99 mbat 22:17 on 7 January

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