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!

Monday, January 31, 2011

Monhegans Forecast 1-31-11


Time 8:09
Temp 16.2 degrees
Wind chill -1 degrees
Wind speed 20.9 MPH
Wind direction North West
Precipitation 0.00 but we have a lot of snow on the ground.
Humidity 64%
Barometric pressure 30.38 and rising
Observations
Clear skies
Ocasional white caps
No fog

This will be our only post of our own this week, but we might appear in some of your pictures.

Well our flag is ripped and we are not aloud to put it up
As you can see this is what our weather looks like

Field trip.

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