The Island Institute's STORMS (Students and Teachers Observing and Recording Meteorological Systems) project is a one-year pilot project that informs participants’ understanding of how storms affect their own natural resource-based communities as well as ways in which severe weather reflects short- and long-term trends around the world. If you are a teacher and would like your class to blog with us, just send an email to abardaglio@outerislandstlc.org to join our weather reporting team!

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Frbro 1.27.11

The snow is blowing sideways this morning!

Wind Speed: 29 N
Temp: 22
Humidity: 91%
Snow depth: 1 in.
Melted: .07 (not much snow is getting into the rain gauge due to high winds, and it's very powdery)

It's pretty white out there. The highest recorded gust is 35 for this morning. We have an inch of snow, but it's hard to get a really accurate reading since it's drifting everywhere. Stay warm, everyone!

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