|Time||20:09:00 Local||24th May 2013||01:09:00 UTC|
|Temperature||69.8 °F||21 °C|
|Dew Point||67.4 °F||20 °C|
|Humidity||92 %||92 %|
|Pressure||29.93 in/Hg||1013.4 mb|
|Wind Speed||0 mph||0 kmh|
|Solar Radiation||5 W/m2||5 W/m2|
Estimated cloudbase: (if clouds are present): 500 ft
Forecast: Increasing clouds with little temperature change.
In short: Partially cloudy.
Rainfall Today: 1.61 in
Last 24 hours: 1.61 in
This month: 2.26 in
This year: 8.85 in
Last good rain: Today (1.61 in)
Barometer: Rising Slowly
The tilt on the wind sensor has been fixed.... I am hoping it is still pointing in the same direction. I think it is. So at least the wind speed should be accurate again.
We have replaced the failed anemometer transmitter unit, and we now have wind speed readings again!
Moved to new software: WeatherCat - which has much more comprehensive reporting and data export, enabling us to reactivate this website properly. New wind sensor is on order.
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Random Weather Fact:
The largest snowflake ever found was 38 centimetres wide and 20 centimetres thick. This snowflake occurred at Fort Keogh, Montana, USA on 28 January 1887.