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Last JSC Representative Rain Event

Last EPA representative storm event ended Jun 11 at 148 Local Time.

If the end time is recent the rain event may still be occurring.

A representative storm event is defined as an event with at least 0.1 inch of measured precipitation that occurs with a minimum interval from the preceding measureable storm of at least 72 hours.

This page is experimental and data may not be correct. Ending time should be accurate to within 30 minutes. Contact Tim Garner at SMG for additional data concerning JSC rainfall.

Lastest JSC Bldg 30 observations
Graph of past 24 hours of JSC weather
Current monthly Summary

This page last created Wed Jun 11 01:53 AM CDT 2008

M or -6999 = Missing or bad data

Equipment Status: Wind vane is broken. Maintenance required. Use wind direction data with caution.
Other Notes: Wind direction is instantaneous. Wind speed is a two minute average. Peak wind is highest in previous 2 minutes.
Precipitation counter is reset at 6:00 AM CST or 6AM CDT each day. Rainfall must total at least 0.01 inch to measure. This data is considered experimental and output is reformatted raw data from the sensors. Please read the disclaimer and sensor siting links below. Wind direction is clockwise from true north (360 or 000).

Graph of past 72 hours
Current Monthly Summary
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Please read important information about the weather sensors and siting which may impact their accuracy.
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