SABAH
  On-Line Rainfall Data (mm)
  Date:14/11/2018 Time:15:38  
 
Rainfall Data

StationID
(Photo)
Station Name
(Graph)
District (State)
(Trend text)
Last Update Time Daily Rainfall
Rainfall since Midnight
14/11/2018 
08/11/2018
09/11/2018
10/11/2018
11/11/2018
12/11/2018
13/11/2018
4959001 Tenom 14/11/2018-14:00 0 7 18 0 4 1 0
5663002 Tambunan 14/11/2018-14:00 0 1 5 0 0 56 6
5460002 Keningau 14/11/2018-14:00 1 6 10 6 7 32 2
4658001
  Bakuku
Tenom 14/11/2018-14:00 3 12 19 39 0 0 0
5357003 Beaufort 14/11/2018-14:00 1 0 55 20 57 0 0
5074001 Kinabatangan -00:00 -9999 -9999 -9999 -9999 -9999 -9999 -9999
5478003 Kinabatangan 14/11/2018-14:00 14 2 1 29 12 0 8
5373001 Kinabatangan -00:00 -9999 -9999 -9999 -9999 -9999 -9999 -9999
5375001
  Balat
Kinabatangan -00:00 -9999 -9999 -9999 -9999 -9999 -9999 -9999
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   : Light             1-10 (mm)
 : Moderate     11-30 (mm)
 : Heavy           30-60 (mm)
 : Very Heavy  >60 (mm)

     Categorization Of Rainfall Intensity: (mm in one(1) hour)
Category Of Storm Light Moderate Heavy Very Heavy
Rainfall (mm) 1-10 11-30 31-60 >60





 Notes
  1. Interruption of data transmission may result in erroneous display of daily rainfall for all dates after the last update.
  2. -9999 indicates data not available or erroneous data

  *Convective rain more than 60 mm in 2 to 4 hours duration (typical) may cause flash floods.
  However, monsoon rains are typically of long duration with intermittent heavy bursts and the intensity can occasionally exceed several hundred mm in 24 hours.