Weather Data: 11/9/20-11/15/20

Time for my 32nd week of weather station data!  No lost data this week.

The temperatures rose to a peak, with the high temperature on Saturday afternoon of 61.5 F.  We had a low temperature of 24.8 F early Wednesday morning. The dewpoints remained low, but there was a sharp drop, reaching 5 F on Saturday evening.

The precipitation chart has been excluded from this post, as there was no precipitation to report.

The strongest winds and the strongest gust (34.2 mph) occurred twice on Saturday.

The high pressure was 30.19 in Hg (~1023 mb) on Monday, and the lowest pressure was on Sunday morning, dropping down to 29.67 in Hg (~1005 mb). Overall, there was a rising pressure trend throughout the week.

It was sunny every day this week. There was a few clouds that passed over the sensor on Monday.

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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