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!

Friday, January 28, 2011

Monhegans Forecast 1-26/28-11 cause we lost internet


Jan 26
Time: 8:03 am
Temp: 26.7 degrees
Wind speed: 1.4
Wind direction: South
Precipitation: 0.69 inch rain. 2 inches of snow.
Humidity:86%
Barometric pressure: 30.17
Observations:
Flat calm
Overcast
No fog


Too cold to go out side.
The weather for Jan 27 because we were too lazy to write it.
Jan 28
Time: 8:09am
Temp: 28.2 degrees
Wind speed: 1MPH
Wind direction: Northeast
Humidity: 64%
Precipitation: Rain 0.00inch, Snow 0.00inch
Barometric pressure: 29.84inches and going up
Observations:
Clearing up
Flat calm
No fog


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