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Bureau of Meteorology data shows Tamworth is experiencing its fourth wettest summer since new weather station opened | The Northern Daily Leader

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TAMWORTH is inching closer towards the wettest summer on record, and is already sitting in fourth place. Data dating back to 1993 – when the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) weather station moved from Taminda to the airport near Westdale – shows the summer season of 2020 to 2021 has been a rain-drenched one. With only one week left of summer, the Tamworth BoM station has officially clocked more than 303mm in the rain gauge. It’s only a drop more than last summer – the city’s fifth wettest – when 302mm fell on the city. The big winner for Tamworth was December 2020, when 223.6mm of the wet stuff bucketed…



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