Past Weather & Climate Data

This page provides access to our tabulated monthly weather data from which we derive the climate summary and mean monthly graphs. The climate summary is also available for download (PDF, 550 kb). Read the disclaimer for important information concerning our past weather and climate data.

Climate Summary

Truganina climate summary

Station Extremes

This table is updated monthly

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Mean Monthly Graphs

Truganina Weather graph of mean monthly rainfall Truganina Weather graph of mean monthly maximum temperatures
Truganina Weather graph of mean monthly minimum temperatures Truganina Weather graph of mean monthly thunder days

These graphs are updated monthly

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Tabulated Monthly Data


Total Monthly Rainfall | Highest Daily Rainfall | Days of Rain | Longest Dry Spells

Maximum Temperature

Mean Maximum Temperatures | Highest Maximum Temperatures | Lowest Maximum Temperatures

Days of Max Temp 30° C or More | Days of Max Temp 35° C or More | Days of Max Temp 40° C or More | Days of Max Temp 45° C or More

Minimum Temperature

Mean Minimum Temperatures | Highest Minimum Temperatures | Lowest Minimum Temperatures

Days of Min Temp 2° C or Less | Days of Min Temp 0° C or Less

Mean Temperature

Mean Temperatures | Highest Mean Temperatures | Lowest Mean Temperatures

Weather Phenomenon

Days of Thunder | Days of Lightning | Days of Hail | Days of Fog | Days of Frost

Mean Sea Level Pressure

Highest Mean Sea Level Pressure | Lowest Mean Sea Level Pressure


The monthly statistics and extremes are based on all available data from April 2017. The annual statistics are based on complete calendar years from 2018. You should check our standard observing practice for details about the meteorological day and our standard observing times.

Missing observations because the station is unattended, a failure of the observing equipment, or when an event has produced suspect data may result in an event not being recorded.

The climate summary is updated monthly therefore any new extreme value will not appear until the following month. If an extreme value occurs more than once, the date shall refer to be the most recent event to conform to standard ABOM practice.

Note: Official climate statistics for Australian locations published by the ABOM require at least 10 years of available data, however 5-10 years of data will provide a reasonable estimate of the mean value. This is true for temperature, however rainfall because of its high annual variability requires at least 10-15 years of available data for increased reliability.

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