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Past 24-hour U.S. temperature extremes: 24 degrees in Bradford, Pa., 97 degrees at Winter Haven, Fla.
Past 24 Hour U.S. (contiguous 48 states) Temperature Extremes: 98 at Jacksonville (NAS), Fla., and 24 at Pellston, Mich.
I wanted to take a moment to update people on the current status of our WeatherLink Module, the cross platform, open source weather publishing app, as well as the ability to embed your Backyard Station's data into a website or your Backyard Community profile.
As many of you are aware, we've been experiencing some major issues with our WeatherLink Module, especially with later builds of WeatherLink. A while back ago, we open sourced the module and posted the source code to the…Continue
Since I'm getting my share of emails and discussion posts concerning this, I wanted to provide the community with an update on the status of Backyard Stations so I have an official document I can point to people for now instead of having to continue typing the same message in future emails/discussions.
Here's the current state of Backyard Stations:
1. Backyard Stations are currently visible at WeatherBug.com, but you still have to jump through the "Change…Continue
Nathan Parker will be on a live show called POLYGON Friday night (February 27, 2015) at 7PM CST to answer questions related to WeatherBug, Backyard Stations, the Backyard Community, etc. He also be monitoring his personal Twitter feed @mallardnathan during the live show, so feel free to tweet him your questions. Here's the link to the live stream. http://iawx.net/polygon Continue
Weather is the #1 driver of home energy use. When it’s hot, you’re likely to blast your air conditioning and vice versa. Weather is a key factor in determining your monthly energy costs, putting WeatherBug in a unique position to help people save energy and stay comfortable.
WeatherBug Home is our latest offering. It’s an innovative application of our big weather data combined with smart meter data and the power of two-way connected thermostats to automatically deliver…Continue
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A weak area of low pressure dropping south from Northern California will continue to bring well below normal temperatures and high humidity to the region through this weekend. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will form over the Sierra and across the deserts bordering Nevada through Sunday afternoon. Westerly winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 50 mph will surface across the desert passes through this evening. Another weak low pressure area will move into the Pacific Northwest from Canada causing temperatures to be a little below normal Monday through Wedn
INLAND EMPIRE (CAZ248):
SKY/WEATHER.........CLOUDY...BECOMING PARTLY CLOUDY. SLIGHT CHANCE
OF SHOWERS IN THE MORNING.
MAX TEMPERATURE.....64 TO…Continue
Current Conditions (5 pm):- temperature - 64°F, barometric - 30.25"⬆︎, humidity - 24%, dew point - 27°F, ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER RISK.
We had a cooler start to the morning, 48*F and wind gusts between 15 and 20 mph from the northwest. While the temperature worked its way up to 64°F (high) late afternoon, the wind made it feel cool in the shade. The humidity is expected to remain on the dry side so the fire risk factor has been raised to a dangerous level.
Tonight we expect to have clear skies with an overnight low temperature around 50°F. The wind will be from the SW at 10 to 15 mph.…Continue
Today sounds like it will be a perfect day for Memorial Day celebrations. Skies will be clear and, temps will be comfortable, and winds will be light. Unfortunately, the Holiday itself doesn't sound like it will be as nice. But we will enjoy today and make due with what Mother Nature brings.
Right now (9 AM EDT), our temp is 53F, winds are from the SSW at 2 mph, and the humidity is 35%. The pressure is 30.41" and rising, and visibility is 10 miles. The dew point is 35F and skies are clear. Yesterday's high was 66F and our overnight low was 43F. Sunrise was at 6:05 AM and sunset will be at 9 PM.
Today: Abundant sunshine with a high near 77. …Continue
Today a mix of sun and cloud. A few showers beginning this afternoon. Risk of thundershowers late this afternoon. Amount 5 mm. Wind becoming west 20 km/h gusting to 40 this morning then light near noon. High 12°C. UV index 6 or high. Tonight a few showers ending this evening then partly cloudy. Risk of thundershowers early this evening. Wind becoming southwest 20 km/h this evening. Low plus 5°C with risk of frost.
Temperature:8.7°C - Dewpoint:6.0°C - Humidity:83% - Wind:WSW 32 gust 41 km/h
Average Wind: 1 mph S
Wind Chill: 52
Dew Point: 38
Barometer: 30.26 % rising
Visibility: 10 mi…Continue
Friday was really nice - different than Thursday in that we did have a sunny day with high temps into the mid 70s, but much drier with dew points mostly in the 40s all day and some nice breezes at times. Tonight another front has come through, with temps falling into the 50s, but much more significantly the dew point has dropped to around 30° so relative humidity percentages have really lowered. Temps should drop into the mid 40s by sunrise on Saturday. More sunny skies on Saturday, high temps in the low 70s with pleasant NW breezes, lows Saturday night into the low 50s. Sunny and warmer on Sunday with high temps around 80. Lows Sunday night in the upper 50s, then Memorial Day Monday should be partly cloudy with highs in the mid 80s, lows in the low 60s. Tuesday heats up some more, with highs around 90, lows in the upper 60s. Wednesday and Thursday temps should rise a bit more under partly…Continue
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