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Quiet Weather Pattern for U.S. Monday; Cold Front to Move into Pacific Northwest Monday Night

Expansive Canadian-sourced high pressure will provide mainly fair weather across the U.S. on Monday. Temperatures over the eastern states will run below normal while the western states see above normal temperatures but no records are expected to fall. On Monday night, a cold front will move onshore in the Pacific Northwest bringing low elevation rain and mountain snow. Read More >

JSC Bldg. 30 Weather Observations

Day TimeTemperatureDew Point RHWind AltimeterAccum. PCPN
since midnight
Wind Chill
(Central)(F)(F) (%)DirectionAvg Spd
(mph)
Pk Spd
(mph)
(inHg) (inches)Heat Index
19 Jan 194653263644 NE12 1530.440.00N/A
19 Jan 194853263642 NE10 1430.440.00N/A
19 Jan 195053273641 NE11 1530.440.00N/A
19 Jan 195253273643 NE11 1430.440.00N/A
19 Jan 195453263643 NE11 1430.440.00N/A
19 Jan 195653263644 NE12 1630.450.00N/A
19 Jan 195853263643 NE10 1530.450.00N/A
19 Jan 200053263643 NE11 1430.450.00N/A
19 Jan 200253263641 NE11 1630.450.00N/A
19 Jan 200453263542 NE12 1530.450.00N/A
19 Jan 200653263539 NE13 1630.450.00N/A

Jan 18 Maximum temperature: 74 F at 1236 Minimum temperature: 58 F at 2359
Precipitation: 0.50 inches Peak wind: 34 mph at 2244

NOTE:

MesoWest data displays from NWS Western Region: JSC Bldg. 30 and NASA Ellington Field

Additional displays available from University of Utah Mesowest site. JSC Bldg. 30 and NASA Ellington Field (Not METAR site KEFD)

Additional rainfall data from Building 421 at JSC may be found at the JSC CoCoRaHS station TX-HRR-52 (Nassau Bay 1.6 NNW) Note that CoCoRaHS data is reported on day of measurement.

Heat Index is only reported when the temperature is 75 F or greater. Wind Chill is reported only when the temperature is 45 F or less. Exposure to full sunshine can increase heat index values by 15 degrees. Learn more about the heat index.

This is an experimental data service and is NOT CONSIDERED OPERATIONAL. Data may not be available at all times nor is it monitored 24/7. Data is provided by the NASA Johnson Space Center and provided by the NWS SMG as a courtesy. Sensors are located atop JSC Building 30 and may not always be representative of surrounding conditions.

NASA Ellington Field Weather Observation

Day TimeTemperature Accum. PCPN
since midnight
(Central)(F) (inches)
19 Jan 2010500.00

NASA Ellington: Jan 18 2020 Max temperature: 74 F Min Temperature: 58 F Rainfall: 0.40 inches