National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Cloudy skies this morning will give way to partly cloudy skies by afternoon. Temperatures will warm into the upper 60s and lower 70s with northwest winds 15-25 mph.
After a break in the rain chances on Monday and Tuesday, a cold front will bring chanced for showers and a few storms Tuesday night through Wednesday night. Severe storms are not expected a this time. It will be much cooler on Wednesday following the front's passage with temperatures lingering mostly in the 50s.
Temperatures will be mostly near or below normal this week due to a pair of cold fronts. Tuesday will be the warmest day with highs in the 70s and 80s. Lows will be in the upper 40s and 50s for the next several days.

 
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Temperature Conversion

Enter a number then click on the appropriate number to see the result.
Fahrenheit (oF)
Celsius (oC)

 

Wind Chill/Temperature Index Calculation in degrees Fahrenheit

Enter in the air temperature ( Tair ) in degrees Fahrenheit and wind speed in mile per hour ( mph ), then click on the Calculate WC to compute the windchill ( WC ).
Tairo F mph
Wind Chill/Temperature Index Calculation in degrees Celsius

Enter in the air temperature ( Tair ) in degrees Celsius and wind speed in miles per hour, then click on the Calculate WC to compute the windchill ( WC ).
Tair o C mph

 

Relative Humidity Calculation using degrees Fahrenheit

Enter in the air temperature ( Tair ) and dew point temperature ( Tdp) in degrees Fahrenheit ( oF ) then click on the Calculate RH to compute the relative humidity ( RH ).
Tair ( o F ) Tdp ( o F ) RH
Tair
Tdp
 
Relative Humidity Calculation using degrees Celsius

Enter in the air temperature ( Tair ) and dew point temperature ( Tdp) in degrees Celsius ( oF ) then click on the Calculate RH to compute the relative humidity ( RH ).
Tair ( o C ) Tdp ( o C ) RH
Tair
Tdp
 

 

Heat Index Calculation

Valid entries are, air temperatures greater than 80 °F ( 27 °C ), dew point temperatures greater than 65 °F ( 12 °C ), and relative humidities higher than 40 percent.

in Celsius

Enter in the air temperature ( Tair ) and the dew point temperature ( Tdp ) in degrees Celsius, then click on the Calculate HI to compute the heat index ( HI).
Tair in °C Tdp in °C RH =
in Fahrenheit

Enter in the air temperature ( Tair ) the dew point temperature ( Tdp ) in degrees Fahrenheit, then click on the Calculate HI to compute the heat index ( HI).

 

Tair in °F Tdp in °F RH =
in Celsius

Enter in the air temperature ( Tair ) in degrees Celsius and relative humidity ( RH ) in percent ( without the % sign ), then click on the Calculate HI to compute the heat index ( HI ).

 

Tair in °C RH Tdp =
in Fahrenheit

Enter in the air temperature ( Tair ) in degrees Fahrenheit and relative humidity ( RH ) in percent ( without the % sign ), then click on the Calculate HI to compute the heat index ( HI ).
Tair in °F RH Tdp =






Last modified 08.17.2001