What area had the most rainfall in the last 24 hours?
Weather stations in Green Pigeon (Kyogle Shire), Corndale (Lismore) and Nimbin recorded the highest amount of rainfall for the NSW Far North Coast in the last 24 hours up to 9am today.
The Bureau of Meteorology published the information on its website earlier today.
The Green Pigeon station recorded 90.2mm of rain, with Corndale registering 67mm and Nimbin at 65mm.
The highest rainfall recorded in a coastal area was Boat Harbour (Tweed/Byron), with 35mm.
A number of Northern Rivers and Tweed stations recorded no rainfall data for today.
Rainfall recorded by 9am January 7, 2020
- Green Pigeon (Morning View): 90.2mm
- Corndale (Coopers Creek): 67mm
- Nimbin (Goolmangar Creek): 65mm
- Lillian Rock (Williams Road): 62mm
- Nashua (Wilsons River): 42mm
- Boat Harbour (Rous River): 35mm
- Yamba Pilot Station: 34.4mm
- McLeans Ridges (Lascott Drive): 33.2mm
- Tuncester (Leycester Creek): 27mm
- Ballina Airport AWS: 25.4mm
- Mullumbimby (Fairview Farm): 24mm
- Bentley (Back Creek): 21mm
- North Murwillumbah (Tweed River): 20mm
- Byron Bay (Jacaranda Drive): 13.4mm
- Byron Bay (Cape Byron AWS): 12.4mm
- Evans Head RAAF Bombing Range AWS: 5.6mm
According to BOM, a strong wind warning for the Byron Coast will remain in place on Thursday and Friday.