After a dry June, July off to a wet start
July is off to a wet start after Albany recorded a dry June, with just half of its long-term average for the month falling.
Albany received 54mm for June, exactly half of the long-term average rainfall of 108mm. A front crossing the coast early this week could bring more rainfall than the total amount received for the entire month of June.
Yesterday’s rainfall, combined with a promising forecast for the rest of the week, could result in up to 50mm in the first week of July.
There is a very high chance of rainfall today, tomorrow and on Thursday. On each day, falls between 5mm and 15mm are forecast.
Small hail is possible tomorrow afternoon and evening.
Scattered showers may bring additional light falls throughout the second half of the week.
The July average is 119.3mm.
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