PWS - Wishaw, North Lanarkshire, Scotland

Lat: N 55 46' 33" (55.766)

Lon: W 3 55' 54" (-3.932)

Elevation (ft): 397

Data Supplied to: Wunderground (INLANARK2), Met Office, CWOP, WeatherBug, PWSWeather, Weathercloud.

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Current Weather Conditions


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Daily Weather Data

Station Up Time (days:hours:minutes): 8:06:34
Current Conditions: Heavy Clouds
Highest Temperature Today: 5.3°C at 00:09
Lowest Temperature Today: 1.7°C at 03:01
Highest Wind Speed Today: 1MPH at 03:09
Highest Rain Rate Today: 0.0mm at 03:01
Highest Ext Humidity Today: 97% at 03:10
Dominant Wind Direction Today: N
Current Barometric Trend: Falling Slowly
Current Hourly Precipitation: 0.0 mm/h (0.0)
Average Wind Speed: 0 MPH (0)
Wind Gust: 1 MPH (1)

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Solstice and Equinox

Solstice Summer Solstice - The first day of the season of summer. On this day the sun is farthest
north and the length of time between sunrise and sunset is the longest of the year.
Winter Solstice - The first day of winter. On this day the sun is farthest south and the
lenght of time between sunrise and sunset is the shortest.
(Southern hemisphere these are exchanged)
Equinox (This is the date when day and night are the same length)
Spring Equinox - The first day of spring.
Autumn Equinox - The first day of autumn.

About This Station

The Vantage Vue wireless Integrated Sensor Suite (ISS) collects outside weather data
and sends that data wirelessly to the Vantage Vue console via a low-power radio signal.
The ISS is solar powered and includes a battery backup.
Data is then transmitted from the Davis receiver via a USB cable to the Weathercat
software which gathers weather data and stores it on its database. WeatherCat allows you
to view weather statistics such as the lowest temperature, or the highest wind speed over any
time period stored in its database. Weathercat is run on a 2012 Mac Mini. From there I have
imported the data to a web design software and hosted it on the net.

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