Monthly weather review, Northern Territory : September 2009
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Minimum temperatures Above normal monthly minimum temperatures were recorded throughout the Northern Territory. Several stations reported their hottest September average minimum temperature on record. The coolest mean minimum temperatures occurred in the south of the Northern Territory, close to their climatological location. Minimum temperature anomalies were warmest in the Alice Springs District. The coldest night was 3.0 C at Curtin Springs on the 11th, followed by 3.1 C at Yulara Aero AWS on the 8th and then 3.2 C at Arltunga on the 9th and the 28th. The coolest nights on average were 11.8 C at Yulara Aero AWS, followed by 12.3 C at Curtin Springs and Kulgera, followed by 12.5 C at Arltunga. The warmest nights on average were 25.4 C at McCluer Island AWS, followed by 25.0 C at Warruwi AWS and then 24.9 C at Cape Don AWS. The warmest night was 28.5 C at Kidman Springs on the 22nd, followed by 28.0 C at Kidman Springs on the 6th and then 27.9 C at Dum In Mirrie AWS on the 23rd. Anomalies of mean daily minimum temperature in September 2009 Decile rank of mean daily minimum temperature in September 2009 There could be discrepancies between the values shown on these maps and those at individual locations, as a result of the way the maps are generated. Monthly Weather Review Northern Territory September 2009 page 7