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Weekly Summary for February 9, 2018 Units:  English    Metric   Both
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  High: Low: Average:
Temperature: 48.5 °F °F 9.1 °F
Dew Point: 47.7 °F °F 7.2 °F
Humidity: 97 % % 18 %
Wind Speed: 14 mph - 1 mph
Wind Gust: 24 mph - -
Pressure: 30.11 in in -
Precipitation: 0.87 in    
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Weeks Tabular Data
Temp (°F) Dew Point (°F) Humidity (%) Sea Level Pressure (in) Wind (mph) Gust Speed (mph) Precipitation (in)
Nil high ave low high ave low high ave low high low high ave high sum
Tue
TWC- Temp (°F) Dew Point (°F) Humidity (%) Sea Level Pressure (in) Wind (mph) Gust Speed (mph) Precipitation (in)
Nil high ave low high ave low high ave low high low high ave high sum
WedLa-96.7989
Temp (°F) Dew Point (°F) Humidity (%) Sea Level Pressure (in) Wind (mph) Gust Speed (mph) Precipitation (in)
Nil high ave low high ave low high ave low high low high ave high sum
Tue
Tue
Tue
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2018 Temp (°F) Dew Point (°F) Humidity (%) Sea Level Pressure (in) Wind (mph) Gust Speed (mph) Precipitation (in)
February high ave low high ave low high ave low high low high ave high sum
Sun448.539.330.147.732.918.397765930.1129.3393140.82
Mon542.333.624.941.224.813.096704730.0629.34145240.05
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