How much rain has Victoria had in 2020?
Notable events affecting Victoria
|Extremes in 2020|
|Wettest overall||2188.2 mm at Falls Creek (Rocky Valley)|
|Wettest day||159.2 mm at Whitlands (Burder’s Lane) on 30 Apr|
|Strongest wind gust||157 km/h at Wilsons Promontory Lighthouse on 27 Aug 157 km/h at Wilsons Promontory Lighthouse on 29 Nov|
How many days did it rain in Victoria BC?
How many days does it rain in Victoria? Throughout the year, there are 72.5 rainfall days, and 163mm (6.42″) of precipitation is accumulated.
Where does it rain the most in Victoria?
The wettest parts of Victoria are the Otway Ranges in the south-west, the mountainous alpine areas of the north-east, and the southern and eastern parts of Gippsland. The driest part of Victoria is the north-west area.
What month has the smallest rainfall in Victoria?
Average monthly rainy days in Melbourne (Victoria)
- On average, September is the most rainy with 10 days of rain/snow.
- On average, February is the driest month with 5 rainy days.
- The average annual amount of rainy days is: 91.
What is the average annual rainfall in Victoria BC?
Victoria boasts an average of 2,193 hours of sunshine yearly, and an eight month frost free season. Average annual rainfall is 58.3 cm (23 inches compared to over 50 inches in New York).
Does it rain more in Victoria or Vancouver?
By far Vancouver also has more precipitation (less sun) than Victoria. Vancouver gets almost 2 1/2 times the rain (or snow) Victoria gets. But that’s year-round. So if you look at winter conditions, Victoria only gets a little under half as much precipitation as Vancouver.
What is the driest place in Victoria?
Driest places by mean rainfall in Victoria
|Ranking||Place Name||Annual Mean Rainfall (mm)|
|1||Merbein, VIC||288.9 mm|
|2||Mildura, VIC||288.9 mm|
|3||Cabarita, VIC||288.9 mm|
|4||Irymple, VIC||288.9 mm|