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Indiana University Building Systems Weather Page
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Ambient air temperature in degrees fahrenheit
Local Date and Time (EST) of Measurements
Needle points to direction wind blows from, average during last 5 minutes
Ratio of the moisture present in the air to the maximum moisture the air can hold expressed as a percentage
BAROMETER
inches

atmospheric pressure expressed as height of a column of mercury in inches
WIND CHILL
Fahrenheit

The cooling effect of any combination of temperature and wind, expressed as the loss of body heat.
WIND SPEED
5 min avg. (mph)

Average wind speed during last 5 minutes in mph
WIND GUST
Last 5 min (mph)

Maximum wind speed during last 5 minutes in mph
HEAT INDEX
Fahrenheit

An index that combines air temperature and relative humidity to determine an apparent temperature - how hot it actually feels.
DEW POINT
Fahrenheit

The temperature to which air must be cooled for saturation to occur.
Solar
Watts per Sq. Meter

The temperature to which air must be cooled for saturation to occur.
Barometric pressure trend for last three hours
PEAK WIND
Since Midnight (mph)

Maximum wind speed since midnight
PRECIPITATION
since midnight (inches)

Running total amount of precipitation for this day
PRECIPITATION
last hour (inches)

Amount of precipitation for the last 1 hour
The lowest temperature that can be obtained by evaporating water into the air.

DAILY HIGHS/LOWS (Previous Day)

TEMPERATURE
Fahrenheit
MAX
Maximum temperature
Time of maximum temperature
MIN
Minimum temperature
Time of minimum temperature
RELATIVE HUMIDITY
Percent
MAX
Maximum humidity
Time of maximum humidity
MIN
Minimum humidity
Time of minimum humidity
PEAK WIND
mph


Peak wind speed
Time of peak wind speed

LAST 7 DAYS

The maximum(Red) and minimum(Blue) temperatures for the last 7 days The total daily precipitation for the last 7 days

The IU Building Systems weather station is located on the IU Bloomington, Indiana Campus at:

Observations are made every 5 minutes with a Campbell Scientific #CR10X datalogger and the following sensors:

Monthly Data Archive

SITE DISCLAIMER:
The data on this website was compiled by Indiana University Building Systems, using data believed to be accurate; however, a degree of error is inherent in all data. The data is distributed "AS-IS" without warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied, including but not limited to warranties of suitability to a particular purpose or use.


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