K3JAE's Weather Station Hi's, Lows & Average Records


Current Conditions Outside: overcast           Visibility: 10 mile(s)
Updated:  26 Apr 2015 10:36 - next update at 18:00  
Measurement: Current: Yesterday Month / MTD Year / YTD Station Record
Temperature: Warmer 0.3°F than last hour.
Thermometer Average:
Maximum
Temperature:
Minimum
Temperature:
53.3°F
57.2°F
61.3°F
00:00
52.5°F
09:52
 
67.4°F
81.3°F
16:23
54.0°F
00:00
 
62.2°F
84.6°F
Apr-08
33.4°F
Apr-05
 
44.4°F
84.6°F
Apr-08
33.4°F
Apr-05
 
Data Unavail
97.2°F
27 Jul 2013
1.9°F
01 Mar 2014
Wind Chill:
Wind Chill Minimum
Wind Chill:
53.3°F
52.5°F 
09:52
 
53.9°F
00:00
 
33.4°F
Apr-05
 
33.4°F
Apr-05
 
-24.2°F
14 Dec 2010
Heat Index:
Heat Index Maximum
Heat Index:
53.4°F
61.4°F
00:00
 
81.5°F
16:23
 
85.3°F
Apr-08
 
85.3°F
Apr-08
 
147.4°F
20 Jun 2011
Solar Radiation W/m2:
Solar Maximum
Solar Radiation:
Sunshine
Hours:
120
195
10:24
00
Hours
 
1051.0
12:45
03
Hours
 
1220.0
Apr-20
103
Hours
 
1220.0
Apr-20
103
Hours
 
1454.0
03 Jun 2013
Data Unavail
 
Evapotranspiration:
Evapotranspiration Watering
Index1:
0.00
0.00
in
 
0.161
in
 
1.12
in
 
Data Unavail
 
 
Data Unavail
 
UV
UV Maximum
UV Index:
 Low 
1.2
10:24
 
7.4
12:45
 
8.1
Apr-19
 
8.1
Apr-19
 
14.4
16 Jun 2013
Rain / Snow Melt2:
Rain or Snow Melt Rainfall or Melt:
Average:
Percent of Average:
0.00 in
0.00 in
Data Unavail
Data Unavail
 
0.01 in
Data Unavail
Data Unavail
 
3.68 in
2.74 in
134.3%
 
3.68 in
26.85 in
Data Unavail
Rec Year5
33.76 in 2010
Data Unavail
Data Unavail
Snow3:
Snow Snowfall:

Average:
Percent of Average:
0.00 in
0.00 in
 
Data Unavail
Data Unavail
 
0.00 in
 
Data Unavail
Data Unavail
 
0.00 in
 
1.5 in
0.0%
Season4
0.00 in
 
44.6 in
0.0%
Rec Season5
45.9 in
2008/2009
Data Unavail
Data Unavail
Measurement: Current: Yesterday Month / MTD Year / YTD Station Record
Humidity: Decreased 4.0% since last hour.
Humidity Maximum
Humidity:
Minimum
Humidity:
87%
94%
04:29
85%
00:00
 
100%
04:35
42%
16:50
 
100%
Apr-18
21%
Apr-12
 
100%
Apr-18
21%
Apr-12
 
100%
08 Dec 2012
0%
07 Oct 2012
Dew Point:
Dew Point Maximum
Dew Point:
Minimum
Dew Point:
49.6°F
57.6°F
05:19
49.6°F
10:32
 
65.6°F
12:36
52.5°F
00:00
 
68.4°F
Apr-16
25.9°F
Apr-05
 
68.4°F
Apr-16
25.9°F
Apr-05
 
98.1°F
20 Jun 2011
-79.1°F
14 Dec 2012
Wind: NE
Wind Maximum Average
Wind Speed:
Avg Wind Gust:
Maximum
Wind Gust:
Wind
Run:
2.3 mph
3.8 mph
06:02
0.5 mph
11.0 mph
06:02
5.54
Miles
 
12 mph
14:09
Data Unavail
24 mph
17:03
58.65
Miles
 
16.1 mph
Apr-10
3.7 mph
26.5 mph
Apr-10
2314.39
Miles
 
16.1 mph
Apr-10
3.9 mph
26.5 mph
Apr-10
2314.39
Miles
 
77.1 mph
07 Mar 2009
Data Unavail
67.9 mph
28 Oct 2008
Data Unavail
 
Barometer:   ( inHg)
Barometer Maximum
Barometer:
Minimum
Barometer:
29.850 in.
29.850
10:35
29.626
01:54
 
29.860
00:00
29.498
17:52
 
30.428
Apr-04
29.498
Apr-25
 
30.428
Apr-04
29.498
Apr-25
 
30.623
13 Nov 2014
29.498
25 Apr 2015
Measurement: Current: Yesterday Month / MTD Year / YTD Station Record
Version 3.1 - 25-Mar-2011 - Script by: BurnsvilleWeatherLIVE.com
Modifications by K3JAE's Weather Station
1Estimated amount of water needed to replace the water used by plants and evaporation from the past week.
(Negative numbers mean amount of water needed, positive numbers mean excess water is present.)
2Rain season: Jan 1st to Dec 31st.   3Snow manually measured    4Snow season July 1st to June 30th.
5From this station's records based on complete years data for rain/snow season. Does not include current year/season
Updated:26 Apr 2015 10:36
Records: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
High Temp (°F):
Low Temp (°F):
Avg Temp (°F):
Avg Rain ( in):
Avg Snow ( in):
71.1
-10.1
31.3
1.60
23.0
81.1
3.2
34.6
1.98
23.3
82.8
7.0
45.1
1.95
2.0
90.1
12.2
56.5
2.74
1.5
93.4
29.5
65.5
4.43
0.0
100.0
41.7
71.8
4.26
0.0
98.1
37.4
72.1
2.36
0.0
94.5
-11.9
73.7
1.94
0.0
92.5
37.2
67.1
3.37
0.0
100.9
-22.0
54.9
3.67
0.7
122.2
16.7
45.1
1.44
7.5
90.3
-22.0
36.9
3.13
9.8

 

 

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