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And there we have it, with a temperature of 20.5 C at 12:30 pm on April 8th, the UW Weather Station Contest is over for 2021.

Congratulations to the winner Tiffany Muresan who was able to guess the exact winning time.

In the second place we have Pamela Hurvid. Thanks to everyone who entered!





See all the guesses and get all the details of the contest here.




Weather station
summary for
March 2021:


Max Temperature: 19.8C
Min Temperature: -16.3C

Average Daily High: 8.6C
(3.6C)

Average Daily Low: -4.3C
(-5.6C)

Total Precipitation: 44.0 mm
(61.0 mm)

(Values in brackets are
the 1981-2010 averages)

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The service we use to retrieve data from the station is having problems delivering the data in a timely manner. This may result in delayed readings.

They are working on the problem and hopefully it will be resolved soon.

Date: April 15, 2021 Time: 1:15 am

Temperature (current): 3.2 C
Temperature (24 hour max/min): 12.8 C /3.2
Precipitation (15 min/1 hr/24 hr): 0.0 / 0.0 / 0.0 mm
Relative Humidity/Dew Point: 83.8 % / 0.8 C
Wind Speed (gust) and Direction: 0.0 (1.2) km/h NW
Barometric Pressure: 973.9 kPa Falling
Incoming Radiation: 0.0 W/m2

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