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Eyes to the sky

Limestone Coast primary producers are still looking to the skies, despite last week’s rainfall in the region.

While 13mm of rain was recorded at the Mount Gambier Airport on May 31, follow up rains are still needed to avoid a false break to the season.

The region is still well down on its annual rainfall, with only 118.8mm recorded, compared with the yearly average to date of 302mm.

This time last year the region had recorded 274.2mm.

The long term average for the month of June is 85.7mm.

Cold overnight temperatures have been recorded in the last week, with low daytime temperatures.

While the next few days are set to be dry and cool, wet weather is predicted for next week.

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