Upper Hunter 24 hour rainfall totals

Filed in Just In by June 4, 2021

A LARGE pressure system that travelled from Western Australia and swept the State on Thursday provided the Upper Hunter with some decent rainfall totals.

Most areas received more than the predicted ten millimetres, with Upper Rouchel outshining all other areas, receiving 18 millimetres over 24 hours.

Carey’s Peak was not far behind, with 16.6 millimetres, closely followed by Aberdeen and Scone, which received 16 and 14.5 millimetres respectively.

Despite the brief rainfall, the Glenbawn Dam only rose by 0.1 percent and is currently sitting at 57.4 percent capacity.

Skies are expected to clear today and tomorrow, with some morning fog and light winds lingering over the weekend and a top of 18 degrees in Scone on Sunday.

Rainfall totals

  • Aberdeen: 16.0mm
  • Blandford (Pages River): 8.0mm
  • Cassilis: 13.0mm
  • Glenbawn: 10.8mm
  • Hunter Springs: 21.8mm
  • Kars Springs: 21.0mm
  • Merriwa: 14.0mm
  • Moonan: 10.4mm
  • Mount Barrington Lookout: 16.6mm
  • Murrurundi: 12.4mm
  • Murrurundi Gap: 12.0mm
  • Parkville: 9.8mm
  • Rouchel: 11.0mm
  • Scone: 14.8mm
  • Stoney Creek: 15.0mm
  • Upper Rouchel: 18.0mm
  • Wingen: 9.5mm

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