WEATHER: More rain today in monthly high for October

There has already been more than average rainfall for October across the region.

According to the Bureau of Meteorology, rainfall for the fortnight of October 11-24 is likely to be above average for northern NSW.

Southeast Queensland is currently experiencing severe storms with BOM predicting the storm could travel into NSW this afternoon.

So more rain is coming today and tomorrow with the weekend looking sunny.

Rain predcition for 2pm today. Photo: BOM


Here’s the rainfall for the past two days.


Tuesday 26.4mm

Wednesday 43.6mm

Total for October so far 86.6mm

Last year’s October total 40.4mm

Evans Head

Tuesday 40.4mm

Wednesday 97.2mm

Total for October so far 159.8mm

Last year’s October total 104.4mm

Green Pigeon

Tuesday 46.0mm
Wednesday 30.0mm
Today so far, Thursday 3.8mm
So far this month 112.8mm
(Supplied by Lyn Walters at Green Pigeon)


Tuesday 28mm

Wednesday 21mm

Tabulam has seen 49mm in the past three days including today

Rain forecast for today. Photo: BOM



A pluviophile  is a lover of rain, someone who finds joy and peace of mind during rainy days.

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