Hourly Data Report for July 30, 2015

All times are specified in Local Standard Time (LST). Add 1 hour to adjust for Daylight Saving Time where and when it is observed.

Metadata including Station Name, Province, Latitude, Longitude, Elevation, Climate ID, WMO ID, TC ID
CHATHAM KENT
ONTARIO
Latitude: 42°18'21.000" N Longitude: 82°04'57.000" W Elevation: 196.60 m
Climate ID: 6131414 WMO ID: TC ID: YCK
Hourly Data Report for July 30, 2015
Temp Definition
°C

Dew Point Temp Definition
°C

Rel Hum Definition
%

Wind Dir Definition
10's deg
Wind Spd Definition
km/h

Visibility Definition
km

Stn Press Definition
kPa

Hmdx Definition

Wind Chill Definition

Weather Definition

00:00 Legend Double Dagger 21.2 16.6 75 31 11 16.1 98.96 26 LegendNANA
01:00 Legend Double Dagger 19.1 16.2 83 30 11 16.1 98.94 LegendNANA
02:00 Legend Double Dagger 18.8 15.9 83 27 9 16.1 98.90 LegendNANA
03:00 Legend Double Dagger 17.6 15.6 88 25 13 16.1 98.90 LegendNANA
04:00 Legend Double Dagger 18.3 15.3 83 27 11 16.1 98.91 LegendNANA
05:00 Legend Double Dagger 17.2 15.6 90 26 11 16.1 98.95 LegendNANA
06:00 Legend Double Dagger 18.4 16.2 87 27 11 16.1 99.02 LegendNANA
07:00 Legend Double Dagger 20.8 17.4 80 28 9 16.1 99.05 26 LegendNANA
08:00 Legend Double Dagger 23.3 18.1 72 29 13 16.1 99.06 29 LegendNANA
09:00 Legend Double Dagger 25.1 16.9 60 29 21 16.1 99.05 30 LegendNANA
10:00 Legend Double Dagger 26.3 16.4 54 29 24 16.1 99.07 31 LegendNANA
11:00 Legend Double Dagger 27.2 14.8 46 30 21 16.1 99.08 31 LegendNANA
12:00 Legend Double Dagger 28.2 12.2 37 29 28 16.1 99.05 31 LegendNANA
13:00 Legend Double Dagger 28.5 12.1 36 29 28 16.1 99.05 31 LegendNANA
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Notes on Data Quality.

Legend
  • E = Estimated
  • M = Missing
  • NA = Not Available
  • ‡ = Partner data that is not subject to review by the National Climate Archives