New! Climate Graphs for Abilene and San Angelo

New!  Climate Graphs for Abilene and San Angelo

We now have climate graphs available for Abilene and San Angelo.  These climate graphs show daily high and low temperatures, daily record highs and lows, normal daily highs and lows, daily observed precipitation, and deficit from normal precipitation.  The daily precipitation is shown in "stairstep" fashion, allowing a view of the accumulated precipitation for the year, along with the addition of daily precipitation when it occurs.  

These charts are updated with the previous day's climate data, allowing new information to be viewed daily.  The graphs show the daily highs, lows, and precipitation for the year, from January 1st to the current date.  In addition to showing the accumulated climate information, as time progressess through the year, the graphs also show the normals for the remaining part of the year.  In this format, the daily normal and record high and low temperatures, along with daily precipitation, can be viewed for planning purposes, etc.

Click here to view these new climate graphs.

On the top of the main page of the climate graphs is an archive, for the years 1999-2010, for Abilene and San Angelo.  Below the archive, the graphs for the current year (2010) are shown for Abilene and San Angelo.  You can click on the individual graphs to view an enlarged version.  Toward the bottom of the page is a "key" which shows the colors in the graphs and what they represent.

We hope you'll find this information useful and check back daily!

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