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Weekly Summary for January 3, 2017 Units:  English    Metric   Both
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  High: Low: Average:
Temperature: 50.2 °F 21.1 °F 34.9 °F
Dew Point: 45.2 °F 11.0 °F 28 °F
Humidity: 98 % 42 % 76 %
Wind Speed: 18 mph - 5.3 mph
Wind Gust: 29 mph - -
Pressure: 30.50 in 29.40 in -
Precipitation: 0.81 in    
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Weeks Tabular Data
2017 Temp (°F) Dew Point (°F) Humidity (%) Sea Level Pressure (in) Wind (mph) Gust Speed (mph) Precipitation (in)
January high ave low high ave low high ave low high low high ave high sum
Sun147.239.030.935.329.224.684624330.4329.8583290.00
Mon240.235.931.638.834.126.897887630.5030.24155290.12
Tue343.641.138.643.141.037.898989730.2429.42189290.43
Wed450.242.835.545.236.317.398784229.6829.40175290.01
Thu538.731.928.418.815.712.458524729.9729.62165290.00
Fri633.930.226.426.522.413.790735730.2529.9092290.01
Sat726.323.721.121.117.111.094785830.3130.04188290.24
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Weather Terms: Downburst - A strong downdraft from a thunderstorm resulting in an outward burst of damaging winds on or near the ground. Downburst winds are often 50 to 100 mph and in a few cases, 100 to 150 mph. They can do as much damage as a small tornado.