Weather Data: 3/20/23 – 3/26/23

Time for my 152nd week of weather station data. I am using Ambient Weather’s interface this week.

The high temperature of 65.5 F occurred on Wednesday afternoon. We had a low temperature of 27.3 F on Friday morning. The dewpoints ranged from 41.5 F to 4.5 F.

There was 0.35″ of precipitation during several bouts of rain and snow. Some of the “rain” that shows up simply marks when the snow melted.

The strongest winds and the strongest gust (38.7 mph) occurred on Wednesday.

The high pressure was 29.93 in Hg (~1014 mb) on Saturday morning and other times, and the lowest pressure was on Friday afternoon, dropping down to 29.75 in Hg (~1007 mb).

The solar charts show a cloudy start to the week, and variable cloudiness on the other days.

The particle count peaked at 58 µg/m3 on Wednesday, though the sensor was blocked by snow on several days.

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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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