This post is the fourth in a set for the 12 calendar months. Graphs are sixteen-year logs of the monthly mean anomaly values of nine climate variables for Manilla, NSW, with fitted trend lines. 518 more words

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#### May Climate Anomalies Log

This post is the third in a set for the 12 calendar months. Graphs are sixteen-year logs of the monthly mean anomaly values of nine climate variables for Manilla, NSW, with fitted trend lines. 517 more words

#### April Climate Anomalies Log

This post is the second in a set for the 12 calendar months. Graphs are sixteen-year logs of the monthly mean anomaly values of nine climate variables for Manilla, NSW, with fitted trend lines. 485 more words

#### March Climate Anomalies Log

This post is the first in a set for the 12 calendar months. Graphs are sixteen-year logs of the monthly mean anomaly values of nine climate variables for Manilla, NSW, with fitted trend lines. 511 more words

#### 3-year trends to June 2014

“Climate normal for now” June data (orange)

Raw anomaly values for June 2014 have nothing in common with the droughty conditions at the end of 2013. 226 more words

#### June 2014: normal weather

### The daily weather log

In four short rainy spells, nights were very warm and days cool. Otherwise, the weather was normal but rather cloudy. There were eight rain days (normally six). 142 more words

#### 17 Years of "Droughts and Flooding Rains" at Manilla

Times when Dorothea Mackellar’s **“droughts and flooding rains”******* affected Manilla in the years from 1997 are shown by the wavy line on this graph. The climate swings in and out of times of high and low rainfall. 398 more words