Weather Data: 11/2/20-11/8/20

Time for my 31th week of weather station data!  No lost data this week, but the first significant snowfall dropped onto my weather station.

The temperatures rose to a peak, with the high temperature on Thursday afternoon of 75.2 F.  We had a low temperature of 40.3 F early Sunday morning. The dewpoints remained low, but increased rapidly Saturday afternoon.

The precipitation shows the brief rain we had Saturday night. I only measured 0.05 inches. It rained hard, briefly.

The strongest winds and the strongest gust (35.3 mph) occurred early Sunday morning, ahead of the approaching trough.

The high pressure was 30.30 in Hg (~1026 mb) on Monday, and the lowest pressure was on Sunday morning, dropping down to 29.58 in Hg (~1002 mb). Overall, there was a falling pressure trend all week as a new trough approached the state from the west.

It was sunny almost every day this week, except Saturday. We had a false UV peak on Saturday, according to my weather station.

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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