The Australian Cotton Research Institute, near Narrabri (149°47′E, 30°13′S) in north western NSW Australia has a semi-arid climate.
Situated on an alluvial floodplain elevation is 212m above sea level. The hottest month is January (mean daily maxima and minima of 34.3 and 20°C, respectively) and July the coolest (mean daily maxima and minima of 17.8 and 4°C, respectively).
Mean annual rainfall is 568 mm and is summer dominant.
The ACRI has historical weather station records dating back to 1960. Currently there are a number of OzForecast on-site weather stations that measure a wide variety of climate details - including humidity and radiation. This information can be found at https://ozforecast.com.au/cgi-bin/weather.cgi?station=Myall+Vale.NSW
Data is updated hourly on the OzForecast weather web site.