smg Bldg. 30 Weather Observations
|Day Time||Temperature||Dew Point
since 6AM Central
New: Daily rainfall accumulation at a second location on JSC near Bldg 421! Visit Cocorahs station TX-HRR-52 to see the data.
||Possible Heat Disorder|
|Less than 80º||No heat index is computed|
|80ºF - 90ºF
||Fatigue possible with prolonged exposure and physical activity|
|91ºF - 105ºF
||Sunstroke, heat cramps, and heat exhaustion possible.|
|106ºF - 129ºF
||Sunstroke, heat cramps, and heat exhaustion likely.|
|130ºF or greater
||Heat stroke likely with continued exposure|
Learn more about the heat index.
M or -6999 = Missing or bad data
Equipment Status: 15 August 2014 Due to hardware, software and network changes data is temporarily unavailable. We
hope to have data restored as soon as staffing and resources permit. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The JSC Building 30 rooftop data is provided to SMG by NASA. This does not constitute an endorsement by the NWS of any information, products or services by the
content provider. This data must be considered experimental. The NWS does not own or operate the sensor suite and is not responsible for site maintenance or data accuracy. Use
this data at your own risk. For more information about the sensors view our sensor information page.
- Wind direction is instantaneous. Direction is clockwise from true north (360 or 000). Direction refers to where the wind is blowing from.
- 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.
- Heat Index is only reported in remarks when the temperature is 80ºF or higher.
- The wind chill is reported in remarks when the temperature is 50ºF or less and winds are not calm.