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Updated : 12/22/2014 @ 9:55:00 pm
Summary / Temperature Wind Rain / Snow Melt Fire Index
Overcast -  mist Overcast - mist
Currently: 37.3F, Max: 38.2F, Min: 27.6F 37.3°F
Warmer 0.3°F than last hour.

Feels like : 32°F

24-hr difference
9.8°F Warmer 9.8°F than yesterday at this time.
  Today Yesterday
High: 38.2°F
1:41pm
28.9°F
3:04pm
Low: 27.6°F
12:00am
24.4°F
6:36am
 Wind from S S
7.0
Gust :
5.0 mph
2 Bft - Gentle Breeze
Today : 15.0 9:33 PM
Gust Month : 31.1 mph
Rain Today : 0.00 in
Storm Rain : 0.00 in
Rain Rate (/hr): 0.00 in
Rain Yesterday : 0.00 in
December: 1.85 in
2014 Total 37.87 in
10 rain days in Dec.


Current FWI
0.1 of 31
Barometer Humidity & Dew Point Air Quality
Current: 30.162 inHg Rising 0.015  inHg/hr
3-Hr Trend: Falling
Humidity: 92% Decreased 1% since last hour.
Dew Point: 35.2°F  
Good

Current AQI
20

Todays Sun Summary UV Index Forecast
High Solar: 341 @ 9:53am
High UV: 0.9 @ 11:27am
Sunshine Hours: 00:06
Mon   Low   1.1   
Tue   Low   1.1   
Wed   Low   1.2   
Almanac Averages & Extremes Snow Fall 2 Moon
Sunrise: 7:27 AM
Sunset: 4:33 PM
Moonrise: 8:26 AM
Moonset: 6:43 PM
Full Moon: January 5
New Moon: January 20
Avg High: 31.0°F
Avg Low: 19.0°F
Record High: 62.0°F (2013)
Record Low: -4.0°F (1989)
Estimated Cloud Base
2064 ft
Today : 0.39 in
Yesterday : 0.00 in
December: 9.80 in
Season Total:1 18.66 in
Snow Depth : 0.00 in
13 snow days in Dec.
New
Waxing Crescent, Moon at 1 days in cycle
2%
Illuminated
Lightning
Last Min: 0 Last 30 Mins: 16 Last 12 Hours: 109 Today: 163
December: 4975 Year to Date: 964170 Last Strike: 21:52:20 2014/22/12
1 Snow season: July 1st to June 30th.    2 Snow measured using Laser Measurement
 WXSIM Weather Forecast  - Outlook: Tonight & Tuesday
Tonight

Rain and Snow
Rain and Snow

Low: 30°
WXSIM forecast: Mostly cloudy in the evening, becoming dense overcast after midnight. Patchy light fog after midnight. A slight chance of a mix of snow and rain in the evening, then a chance of a mix of snow, rain, freezing rain, and sleet after midnight. Low 30°. Wind southeast around 4 mph. Chance of precipitation 30 percent. Precipitation (liquid equivalent) mostly less than a tenth of an inch. Little or no snow or ice (on ground) accumulation expected. Little if any freezing rain accumulation. Minimum snow level 500 feet above sea level.
Davis VP+ forecast: Increasing clouds with little temp. change. precipitation possible within 24 to 48 hrs.
 
Tuesday

Rain and Snow
Rain and Snow

High: 48°
WXSIM forecast: Cloudy. A slight chance of a mix of rain and snow in the morning, then a chance of rain in the afternoon. Relatively mild. High 48°. UV index up to 1. Wind southeast around 6 mph. Chance of precipitation 50 percent. Precipitation (liquid equivalent) mostly around a tenth of an inch. No snow accumulation expected.
Tuesday
night
Chance rain
Chance rain
Wednesday

Rain likely
Rain likely
Wednesday
night
Rain likely
Rain likely
Thursday

Chance rain
Chance rain
Thursday
night
Fog late
Fog late
Friday

Fog a.m.
Fog a.m.
Friday
night
Fog
Fog
Low: 36°High: 49° Low: 41° High: 42° Low: 19°High: 46° Low: 13°

Today in History


Weather History for December 22
 
1989
A total of 137 cities across the central and eastern U.S. reported record low temperatures for the date. Thirty-five of those cities established record lows for the month of December. Morning lows of 23 degrees below zero at Kansas City MO, 26 degrees below zero at Concordia KS, and 27 degrees below zero at Goodland KS established all-time records for those three locations. Unofficial morning lows included 50 degrees below zero at Recluse WY and 60 degrees below zero at Rochford SD. Broadus MT and Hardin MT tied for honors as the official cold spot in the nation with morning lows of 47 degrees below zero. Chinook winds at Cutbank MT helped warm the temperature 74 degrees, from a morning low of 34 degrees below zero to an afternoon high of 40 degrees. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data)

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Weather Terms

Flood Warning - General or areal flooding of streets, low-lying areas, urban storm drains, creeks and small streams is occurring, imminent, or highly likely. Flood warnings are issued for flooding that occurs more than 6 hours after the excessive rainfall. These warnings are issued on a county by county basis by the local Weather Forecast Office and are generally in effect for 6 to 12 hours.