Dry start to the year
It has been a dry start to the year, with only 3.8mm of rain falling on the Peninsula in the last two weeks.
This brings the total rainfall as at January 20 to 14.7mm, one 10th of the January average, according to figures supplied by Mr Jim Morrison of Woy Woy.
The only significant falls were 1.2mm recorded at 9am on January 11 and 1.3mm recorded on January 19.
The fortnight saw temperatures soar into the high 30s on the Peninsula as a heatwave swept south eastern Australia.
Spreadsheet, 20 Jan 2017
Jim Morrison, Woy Woy
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