Bellingen weather

 Latitude S 30° 30' 00"    Longitude E 152° 52' 59"    Elevation 15 m

Dawn: 05:13 Sunrise: 05:40 Moonrise: 14:03 Moon
Dusk: 19:58 Sunset:  19:31 Moonset: 02:23
Daylight: 14:44 Day length: 13:51 Moon Phase: Waxing Gibbous

Welcome to Bellingen Weather. Most of the data used on this site comes from a station located close to Kombu Wholefoods in central Bellingen. Other information on this site includes LIVE river data and likely flooding levels of local rivers - click on the Rivers link below to access that information. To watch a live floodcam looking over Lavenders Bridge in Bellingen visit here . We also have a frequently updated blog - sign up on that page to get updates into your inbox..

The weather station in use is the Davis Vantage Pro2, and these pages are updated every 2 minutes. The meteorological day used at this station ends at 9 am. Web hosting kindly donated by Snapfrozen. We very much appreciate their support.

Forecast: Fine, possible showers

Conditions at local time 11:58 on 24 November 2020
Temperature and Humidity
Temperature 25.7 °C Rising Dew Point 15.1 °C
Temp Change +0.6 °C / hour Humidity 52%
Windchill 25.7 °C Apparent Temperature 27.3 °C
Cloud Base 1320 m Evapotranspiration Today 0.76 mm
Rainfall Since 9am 0.0 mm Rainfall Since Midnight 0.0 mm
Rainfall Last 24Hrs 0.2 mm Rainfall Rate 0.0 mm/hr
Rainfall This Month 10.6 mm Rainfall This Year 1313.6 mm
Rainfall Last Hour 0.0 mm Rainfall This Event 0.0 mm since -----
Wind Speed (gust) 5 km/h Wind Speed (avg) 0 km/h
Wind Bearing 0° - Max Wind Gust 8 km/h Calm
Barometer  1006.30 mb Falling slowly -0.25 mb/hr
Air Quality Index
pm2.5 - Now 4.7 pm10 - Now 7.0
pm2.5 - 1 Hour Ago 1.3 pm10 - 1 Hour Ago 3.2
pm2.5 - 3 Hours Ago 3.1 pm10 - 3 Hours Ago 4.4
pm2.5 - 24 Hours Ago 9.0 pm10 - 24 Hours Ago <7.7

The air monitoring station is located at Kombu Wholefoods in Bellingen and uses the Australian Air Quality Index. pm2.5 refers to particles that have diameter less than 2.5 micrometres (more than 100 times thinner than a human hair) and remain suspended for longer. These particles are formed as a result of burning fuel and chemical reactions that take place in the atmosphere. Fine particles pose the greatest health risk. These fine particles can get deep into lungs and some may even get into the bloodstream. pm10 particles are made up of a complex mixture of many different species including soot (carbon), sulphate particles, metals and inorganic salts such as sea salt. These particles are small enough to pass through the throat and nose and enter the lungs. Once inhaled, these particles can affect the heart and lungs and cause serious health effects

An AQI range of 0-33 is Very Good.

34-66 is Good.

67-99 is Moderate. Air quality is acceptable, however, there may be a health concern for very sensitive people.

100-149 is Unhealthy For Sensitive Groups. People with respiratory or heart disease, the elderly and children should limit prolonged outdoor exertion.

150-199 is Unhealthy. People with respiratory or heart disease, the elderly and children should avoid prolonged exertion; everyone else should limit prolonged exertion.

200-299 is Very Unhealthy. People with respiratory or heart disease, the elderly and children should avoid any outdoor activity; everyone else should avoid prolonged exertion.

300-500 is Hazardous. Everyone should avoid any outdoor exertion; people with respiratory or heart disease, the elderly and children should remain indoors.

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