Australian Bureau of Statistics
1345.4 - SA Stats, Feb 2008
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 26/02/2008
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The Bureau of Meterology's Climate Summary for Spring 2007 reported that the season's rainfall was mostly below average to very much below average with some areas recording the lowest totals on record. The Pastoral Districts reported totals that were generally below average apart from some parts of the far northwest. In the Agricultural areas rainfall was patchy being near or above average over many areas, particularly the Mid North and Flinders districts, parts of Yorke Peninsula and southern coastal areas, but below average to very much below average over remaining areas.
On October 1, Adelaide's water restrictions were eased to allow for drippers and hand-held watering one day a week.
SPRING RAINFALL ANOMALY MAP (September to November 2007), South Australia, Product of the National Climate Centre
Source: 3-monthly rainfall anomalies for South Australia, Australian Bureau of Meteorology
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The total water storage in Adelaide's reservoirs at 30 November 2007 (the end of winter and beginning of spring) was 80% of capacity, compared with 57% at the same time in 2006.
ADELAIDE'S RESERVOIR LEVELS, as a percentage of capacity, 30 November 2007
Source: SA Water, daily reservoir levels
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This page last updated 26 March 2008