Weather Data: 9/7/20-9/13/20

Time for my 23nd week of weather station data!  No lost data this week (thankfully). We had a major storm system that dropped temperatures 40 F on Tuesday, and generated some rain for us.

The temperatures rose to a peak, with the high temperature on Monday afternoon of 99.0 F.  We had a low temperature of 41.4 F on Wednesday morning. The dewpoints have been high all week, but were trending downward by the weekend.

There was 0.36″ of rain from Tuesday through Wednesday evening.

The wind chart shows light winds, with a diurnal component (in speed and direction).  The strongest winds and the strongest gust (26.2 mph) was on Tuesday evening.

The high pressure was 30.16 in Hg (~1021 mb) on multiple days, and the lowest pressure was on Tuesday evening, dropping down to 29.63 in Hg (~1003 mb). Pressure was generally on a rising trend throughout the week.

There were several cloudy days as the winter storm system passed through the state.

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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