Yesterday's data

This page shows a summary of the data for the 24 h midnightlocal time
Temperature and humidity
High Temperature18.8 °Cat 14:37
Low Temperature12.2 °Cat 08:42
Average Temperature15.1°C 
Temperature Range6.6°C 
High Apparent Temperature20.3 °Cat 14:39
Low Apparent Temperature11.4 °Cat 09:42
High Heat Index18.8 °Cat 14:37
Low Wind Chill12.1 °Cat 09:38
Maximum dew point15.0 °Cat 14:36
Minimum dew point10.6 °Cat 08:43
High Humidity91%at 08:06
Low Humidity76%at 00:11
Heat degree days3.2 
Cool degree days0.0 
Rainfall
Rainfall for yesterday0.0 mm 
Maximum rain rate0.0 mm/hrat 00:00
High Hourly Rainfall0.0 mmat 00:00
Wind
Highest Gust4.9 m/sat 09:32
Highest Speed (10 minute average)4.5 m/s (F4)at 23:26
Wind bearing359°at 09:32
Dominant Direction357° N 
Wind Run73.5 km 
Beaufort scaleF3Gentle breeze
Pressure (sea level)
High Pressure1018.05 mb00:20
Low Pressure1012.26 mb23:44

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