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Flash Flood Watches posted in the Southwest, including Phoenix and Las Vegas, for the upcoming rain event. http://ow.ly/Bxe4f
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#Hurricane Sandwich, #Odile and #Edouard on Both Coasts http://knowbefore.weatherbug.com/2014/09/15/hurricane-sandwich-odile-edouard/ #knowb4
Hurricanes on both coasts! Watch the videos.
Past 24-Hour U.S. (contiguous 48 states) Temperature extremes: 117 in Death Valley, Calif., 26 in Shirley Basin, Wyo.
Peak wind gusts in Hong Kong ahead of Typhoon Kalmaegi: 53 mph at Hong Kong International School; 45 mph at Hong Kong Int'l Airport.
Today's National Outlook video takes a look at the quiet autumn weather settling in across more of the U.S. http://ow.ly/Bvwz5
Following a quiet end to the weekend, windshield wipers will be needed in the Midwest and Great Lakes to start the new workweek. The Southern-Tier...
Some of you are having issues accessing your Backyard Station data at WeatherBug.com, especially over the weekend. This is a known issue, and it should be resolved shortly.
Some people trying to register for new Backyard Stations are also having issues with registration as well. It seems we've hit a "limit" in our system trying to process new Backyard Stations registrations, so we're working to iron out those kinks, as well as ensure we can get and…Continue
As a Mac user, I often get asked if there's a "full" desktop version of WeatherBug for Mac (besides our Alert app that chirps and links to WeatherBug.com).
I've found a solution that's working extremely well on my Mac, plus in addition to WeatherBug 10 for Windows, this solution also runs on Windows, and possibly even Linux too (I haven't confirmed it yet on Linux, but I may have my colleague test it and update this note to confirm it).
The solution is…Continue
Did you know weather is the #1 driver of home energy use? In fact, it's responsible for 50% of your home's energy consumption! WeatherBug is uniquely positioned to help you lower your monthly energy (HVAC) bill with our new WeatherBug Home program.
By understanding your home’s current energy use, then comparing it to actual weather data from your neighborhood, we are able to provide you with key insights that would not be apparent if you were only looking at energy use. WeatherBug… Continue
UPDATE: Spoke too soon. We're still having issues getting some international stations enabled. Sorry about that! We're working to resolve this issue ASAP. Thanks a bunch for your patience!
Some of our International Station enable requests are having issues going through due to some of our transitions. For those that have submitted International Station enable requests to us, I've got them sent over to Support and in the queue to enable as soon as this issue is resolved. While I…Continue
There's a current glitch with WeatherBug 10 causing some Backyard Stations not to appear. Our teams are working hard to resolve this issue ASAP. Thanks again for your patience during this issue. As of now, there is no need for you to send in support requests if your station isn't appearing in WeatherBug 10, but do continue to send in support requests if you have issues seeing your station on WeatherBug.com.
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Current Conditions (5.30 pm):- temp 62°F, barometric - 30.02" falling, humidity - 44%, dew point - 39°F.
It was a chilly start to our morning with a temperature of 52°F with a northerly breeze at 5 to 10 mph. The higher level winds were quiet active putting on an impressive display. At one stage there was a splash of moisture which created a "rainbow" affect. It was actually pleasant in the sun (the outdoor thermometer showed 100°F) working in the yard making a great change from being stuck in doors. Tonight the clouds will increase as the Cold Front approaches. The overnight low temperature will be in the mid 50's…Continue
Average Wind: 7 mph S
Heat Index: 50
Dew Point: 50
Barometer: 30.07 & rising
Visibility: 10 mi…Continue
Today periods of drizzle ending this morning then a mix of sun and cloud. Fog patches dissipating this morning. High 18°C. UV index 5 or moderate.Tonight partly cloudy. Fog patches developing before morning. Low 8°C except plus 4°C in low lying inland areas. Risk of frost.
Temperature:14.2°C - Dewpoint:13.4°C - Humidity:95% - Wind:WNW 13 km/h
Lowest Barometric Pressure : 30.16″ At 6 p.m.
Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.27″ At 10 & 11 a.m.
Lowest Relative Humidity : 50% At 4 & 5 p.m.
Highest Relative Humidity : 93% At 11 & 11:59 p.m.
Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 50° At 6 a.m.
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 59° At 7 & 8 p.m.
Lowest Wind Speed : Calm at 1 & 6 a.m. & 5, 8 – 11:59 p.m.
Highest Wind Gust : N – 15 m.p.h. at 1:46 p.m.
Lo : 53°
Normal : 60°
Record Warmest : 71° In 1970 !
Record Coldest : 42° In 1964 !
Hi : 79° : Highest Heat Index , Feels Like Temp in the shade : 79° at 4 & 5 p.m.
Normal : 85°
Record Hottest : 98° In 1980 !
Record Coolest :…