Weather Data: 6/22/20-6/28/20

Time for my 12th week of weather station data!  I did lose a day of data (Wednesday).  I’m not entirely sure what happened, but it explains the very straight lines in each plot.  I checked the data after a brief spattering of rain, only to find that the station wasn’t running.  It recorded the rain, and nothing else.  A reboot fixed it.

The temperatures peaked on Monday, but the high temperatures reached into the 90s F every day.  The moisture decreased from Tuesday on, with a few smaller peaks.

We received 0.02 inches of rain on Wednesday, though the station did not record the rainfall rate.  It was only a brief sprinkling, blown out of a virga bomb.

The wind chart shows afternoon gusty winds, with the strongest on Saturday.  Notice that Saturday was windy almost all day.  There was probably a few stronger gusts on Wednesday, but that data was lost.

The high pressure was 30.03 in Hg (~1017 mb) on Monday, and the lowest pressure was Wednesday night, reaching down to 29.66 in Hg (~1004 mb).

Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday were sunny.  Tuesday was mostly sunny, though a few, afternoon clouds showed up on the plot.  Thursday was partly cloudy all day.

Thank you for reading my post.

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This blog is about my tales in storm chasing. My name is Seth Price and I am an instrumentation instructor at New Mexico Tech. My amateur radio call sign is N3MRA.
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