Weather Data: 6/13/22 – 6/19/22

Time for my 112th week of weather station data. I am using Ambient Weather’s interface.

The high temperature of 97.7 F occurred on Wednesday afternoon. We had a low temperature of 59.5 F on Sunday morning. The dewpoints ranged from 59.7 F to 14.9 F.

There was three rounds of precipitation, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, as the monsoon season began. We received 1.14 inches this week.

The strongest winds and the strongest gust (30.9 mph) occurred on Thursday evening.

The high pressure was 30.09 in Hg (~1019 mb) on Thursday evening, and the lowest pressure was on Monday, dropping down to 29.76 in Hg (~1008 mb). Overall, the pressure is rising.

The solar charts show partly to mostly sunny skies this week. Clouds were present every day, based on the variations in peaks.

The air quality had a false peak, messing up the data for the week.

Thank you for reading my post.

About highplainschasing

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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