Previous Day Friday Nov 28th, 2014 Forecast Info
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Current Observations Wind Compass
Local Time:
(Nov 28, 2014)
7:05 am
4:18 pm
Day of year: 332
Week of year: 48
9 hrs 13 min 16 sec
14 hrs 46 min 44 sec
Current Season: Winter
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Wind Gust:
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all times are Central Standard Time (CST)
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Wind & Gust Speed Graph
Wind Speeds vs. Time(details ▼)
updated: Friday Nov 28th at 10:30 pm (CST)
updates every 30 minutes

Wind & Gust Direction Graph
Note: West-centered on y-axis due to prevailing winds at this locale.
Wind Directions vs. Time(details ▼)
updated: Friday Nov 28th at 10:31 pm (CST)
updates every 30 minutes

Temperature & Wind Chill Graph
Temperatures vs. Time(details ▼)
updated: Friday Nov 28th at 10:17 pm (CST)
updates every 30 minutes

Wind Speed & Gust Rosette Graph
Wind Speeds vs. Directions(details ▼)
updated: Friday Nov 28th at 10:18 pm (CST)
updates every 30 minutes

Tabular Data for Friday Nov 28th, 2014

A summary of Today's observations are shown in the table below. All measured values are time averages over the 15 minute interval, except wind gusts which by definition are a maximum value. Windsock ratings of 2 or higher are indicated. Observations during daylight hours are shown with light green background for date and time cells. This table is updated every time any graph is updated. Also, clicking a data row will toggle highlighting on/off for easy reference.

The Weather Center records observations every minute (1,440 minutes per day) and that set of data is 'thinned' down to a reasonable number of data points (96 using a 15 minute interval) without sacrificing much data integrity. You can learn more about the system, data and database on the information and sensor pages.

Download Summary observations (15 minute interval, .csv format)

Raw observations (1 minute observations) can be viewed here and are archived at the end of the day. See Yesterday History page or any other date prior for Raw data download.

Weather data and summary provided for informational purposes only.