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Updated: 02/17/2020 @ 9:35:00 pm  
Temperature Current Conditions Forecast

55.2°F

Feels like:  55°F
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High Today
80.1°F
3:14 PM
Low Today
52.8°F
7:19 AM
Record High*
83.0°F
2011
Record Low*
18.6°F
2010
Normal High*
62.5°F
Normal Low*
36.6°F
*Based on Wildwood data since 1998
Wind from NNW Wind:  NNW
4.3

Gusting to:
3.2 mph
Current Rain Rain Today:
0.00 in
Tonight

Tonight: Increasing clouds, with a low around 46. North wind 5 to 10 mph.
Increasing
Clouds

Lo 46 °F
Tuesday

Tuesday: A slight chance of showers before 9am, then a slight chance of showers after noon.  Mostly cloudy, with a high near 53. North wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.  Chance of precipitation is 20%.
Slight Chance
Showers

Hi 53 °F
Tuesday
Night
Tuesday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 38. North northeast wind around 10 mph.
Mostly Cloudy

Lo 38 °F

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Chandler Burning Index Chandler Burning Index: LOW Currently:
0.5
at 9:35 PM
Temperature Change Rain Wind Sun/Moon
1 hour: -1.3°F
24 hour: -7.6°F
Temp Highs Lows
Yesterday 75.9 F
4:26 PM
46.2 F
7:38 AM
This Month 81.0°F
Feb 2
21.4°F
Feb 6
This Year 81.0°F
Feb 2
21.4°F
Feb 6
All Time 112.1°F
Aug-2-1998
3.4°F
Jan-17-2018

Swimming Pools
West Pool: 51°F
East Pool: 52°F
Today: 0.00 in
Yesterday: 0.00 in
Previous 7 Days: 1.87 in
February Rain: Over 0.85 in for the month 2.87 in
February Avg: 2.02 in
This Year: 9.24 in
Last Rain
Time/Date:
2/12/2020
at 12:34 PM
18 rain days in 2020
8 days in February
4 days since last rain
Dew Point
Dew Point: Increased 0.1°F since last hour. 48.8°F
High Today: 59.7°F
Low Today: 47.3°F
Wetbulb: 51.9°F
Currently: NNW at
4.3 mph
Gusting To: 3.2 mph
Max Gust: 23.510:15 AM
1Hr Average: 1.0 mph
Max Gust
This Month:
31.1 mph
on  Feb 9
Barometer
Current: Rising 0.013  inHg/hr 29.802 inHg
High Today: 29.805 in.
Low Today: 29.654 in.
Humidity
Humidity: Increased 4% since last hour. 79 %
High Today 91%
Low Today 36%
Daylight:
Possible hours of Daylight
11:06

+00:01:56
Minutes

Morning Crescent, 24 days, 5 hours, 57 minutes in cycle
28%
Illuminated
Almanac Evapotranspiration1 Wind Chill Air Quality2
Sunrise: 7:11 am
Sunset: 6:17 pm
Moonrise: 3:39 am
Feb-18-2020
Moonset: 1:50 pm
Feb-18-2020
Current ET: 0.16 in   
7-Days Rain: 1.87 in   
7-Days ET: 0.50 in   
7-Day: 1.366 in 1.366 in water in excess of what evaporated in last 7 days.
February: 1.53 in 1.53 in water in excess of what evaporated this month.




Current: 55.2°F
Low Today: 52.8°F  at 7:19 AM
Low Yesterday: 44.6°F
Record: -10.3°F
Feb-2-2011
Quality
Index:

45


Good
Density:
1.22 kg/m2
UV Summary/Forecast Solar Summary
High Today:   3.9 @ 12:56 PM
Feb-18

4.5
Feb-19

4.7
Feb-20

4.8
High Today:   854 @ 12:59 PM
Today: 06:38  Month: 80:16 Hrs
Rise: 7:11 am  Set: 6:17 pm
1 Estimated amount of water needed to replace the water used by plants and evaporation from the past week. (Negative numbers mean amount of water needed, positive numbers mean excess water is present.)
2 Air Quality Index is provided by Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).
Today in Weather History

Weather History for February 17
 
1930
Eureka, CA, reported an all-time record high of 85 degrees, a record which lasted until September of 1983. (The Weather Channel)

1936
The temperature at McIntosh SD plunged to 58 degrees below zero to establish a state record. (David Ludlum)

1958
The greatest snowstorm of the mid 20th century struck the northeastern U.S. The storm produced 30 inches of snow in interior New England, including more than 19 inches in 24 hours at the Boston Airport. The same storm produced up to three feet of snow in the Middle Atlantic Coast Region, with 14 inches at Washington D.C., and 15.5 inches at Baltimore MD. The storm resulted in 43 deaths and 500 million dollars damage over the Middle Atlantic Coast States. (David Ludlum)

1987
A couple of winter storms, one off the Atlantic coast and another over the south central U.S., produced snow and ice from the Mississippi Valley to the Mid Atlantic Coast Region. Freezing rain produced a coat of ice three inches thick in northern South Carolina, and 30,000 homes around Pee Dee were left without electricity. Parts of south central Kentucky were without electricity for three days following the storm, which was their worst in 35 years. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data)

1988
Santa Ana winds in southern California gusted to 63 mph at Ontario. Heavy snow blanketed parts of Colorado, with 11 inches reported at Strontia. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data)

1989
Low pressure off the Washington coast produced more than a foot of snow in the Cascade Mountains, and more than three inches of rain along the Northern Pacific Coast. Spokane WA was blanketed with 13 inches of snow. Cold arctic air in the Upper Midwest produced all-time record high barometric pressure readings of 31.10 inches at Duluth MN, 31.09 inches at Minneapolis MN, and 31.21 inches at Bismarck ND. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data)

1990
The biggest winter storm of the season hit the Pacific Coast Region. In northern California, snow fell along the coast, and two day totals in the mountains ranged up to 67 inches at Echo Summit. Snowfall totals in the mountains of southern California ranged up to 48 inches at Green Valley, with 46 inches reported at Big Bear. Up to two feet of snow blanketed the southern Cascade Mountains of Oregon, and 20 to 35 inches were reported in the northern Cascades of Oregon. Up to ten inches of snow blanketed Seattle WA. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data)

Data courtesy of weatherforyou.com