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Forecast Icon on Summary[at top of page] gives an indication of likely Weather in next 12 to 36 hours for a radius of 20km of Station
This page is updated every 15 minutes from recent data collected by a WM918 weather station
The data is logged at two minute intervals, but there is data recorded every minute.
Best viewed in 800 x 600 and True colour.
On the graph, theBlueline represents the average windspeed, theRed line is the maximum
gust for that interval, and theGreenline is what the wind has dropped off to in the same
interval.Fuschsa is the barometer
& dew point,Blueis humidity.
Wind direction indicator on graph,Red Arrowis current direction,Yellow Line is average direction.
Use the REFRESH or RELOAD facility
on your browser to retrieve the latest data.
This station uses NZ Meterological Standards, a "day" is from 9am to 9am of the following day.
So if you want to see the overnight low temp after 9am you will need to look in yesterday's extreme conditions. For the same reason the daily report for the current month is not available until 9:15am on the following day.
Status report: Outdoor Temperature/Humidity Sensor and Anemometer intermittantly Faulty usually after rainfall.
Weather Station kindly hosted by Mr & Mrs R I [Mick] Rayner, "Clovelly", Carterton.
Technical Support is provided on a voluntary basis by Leo Duflou. Your patience when the station is not uploading data is appreciated as sometimes it can take a day or two to find the time to travel from Wellington to repair.
Thanks to John Malkin for erecting the mast etc
Thanks to Kevern Oliver for building the computer
Thanks to the following individuals who have each donated part of the equipment used by this station