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Latitude  N 32° 19' 33"     Longitude  W 111° 00' 04"     Elevation  2381 ft.
The weather station in use is a Davis Vantage Pro2 Plus.
Pages are updated every 15 minutes, the meteorological day ends at midnight.

conditions at 15:00 on 25 March 2024

   temperature: 64.7 °F    trend  +1.5 °F/hour
    high  65.8 °F  at  14:24
  low  43.8  °F  at  04:30
   Apparent temp: 58.1 °F
   dew point: 34.1 °F
   humidity: 32%
   rainfall: today 0.02 in
  last 24 hours 0.02 in
  for March  0.54 in
  for year 3.19 in
  last rainfall 2024-03-25 01:55
    Consecutive days with rain 1
  Consecutive days without rain 0
   wind: Light breeze  276° W  6 mph
  maximum gust 15 mph at 14:47
  dominant direction 226° SW
   sl pressure : 29.764 in  Falling slowly
   cloud base: 6945  ft  AGL
   sunrise: 06:20    dawn 05:56
   solar radiation: 227 W/m²
   UV index: 1.9
   hours of sunshine: 4.8
   sunset: 18:39    dusk  19:03
  There will be 2min 0s more daylight tomorrow.
   moonrise: 19:21    Illumination  100%  Full moon.
   moonset: 06:36
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Trend is the average rate of change over the last three hours. ((current temp) - (temp 3 hours ago))/3
Apparent temperature is the temperature equivalent perceived by humans, caused by the combined effects of air temperature, relative humidity and wind speed. In this case solar radiation is not considered. This station uses a formula from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology.
Beaufort scale is an empirical measure that relates wind speed to observed conditions at sea or on land. The full name is Beaufort wind force scale, developed in 1805 by Sir Francis Beaufort, U.K. Royal Navy.
Beaufort Scale  Description Wind Speed (MPH) Appearance of Wind Effects On Land
0 Calm <1 Calm. Smoke rises vertically.
1 Light Air 1 - 3 Wind motion visible in smoke.
2 Light Breeze 4 - 7 Wind felt on exposed skin. Leaves rustle.
3 Gentle Breeze 8 - 12 Leaves and smaller twigs in constant motion.
4 Moderate Breeze 13 - 17 Dust and loose paper raised. Small branches begin to move.
5 Fresh Breeze 18 - 24 Branches of a moderate size move. Small trees begin to sway.
6 Strong Breeze 25 - 30 Large branches in motion. Whistling heard in overhead wires. Umbrella use becomes difficult. Empty plastic garbage cans tip over.
7 High Wind, Moderate Gale, Near Gale 31 - 38 Whole trees in motion. Effort needed to walk against the wind. Swaying of skyscrapers may be felt, especially by people on upper floors.
8 Gale, Fresh Gale 39 - 46 Some twigs broken from trees. Cars veer on road. Progress on foot is seriously impeded.
9 Strong Gale 47 - 54 Some branches break off trees, and some small trees blow over. Construction/temporary signs and barricades blow over. Damage to circus tents and canopies.
10 Storm, Whole Gale 55 - 63 Trees are broken off or uprooted, saplings bent and deformed. Poorly attached asphalt shingles and shingles in poor condition peel off roofs.
11 Violent Storm 64 - 72 Widespread damage to vegetation. Many roofing surfaces are damaged; asphalt tiles that have curled up and/or fractured due to age may break away completely.
12 Hurricane = >73 Very widespread damage to vegetation. Some windows may break; mobile homes and poorly constructed sheds and barns are damaged. Debris may be hurled about.
Wind speed is the 10 minute average.
Dominant direction, dominant winds are the trends in direction with the highest speed.
Sl pressure is the local barometric pressure adjusted to sea level.
Cloud base is calculated by ((temperature - dew point)/4.4) x 1000 and is in ft AGL.
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