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Unsettled in New England and the Southwest; Mild Across the Plains and Rockies

Unsettled weather, including periods of locally heavy rainfall, is expected to persist across portions of New England and the Southwest U.S. through much of the weekend. Elsewhere, mainly tranquil conditions are forecast. Well above normal temperatures are likely across parts of the northern and central Plains into the northern Rockies. 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
23 Sep 1212764938114 SE9 1330.150.0076
23 Sep 1214765040105 E9 1430.150.0076
23 Sep 1216765040100 E8 1230.150.0076
23 Sep 1218764938112 SE8 1230.150.0076
23 Sep 1220764838102 E10 1430.140.0076
23 Sep 1222764736100 E9 1330.150.0076
23 Sep 122477503884 E8 1330.150.0077
23 Sep 122675493994 E10 1430.150.0075
23 Sep 122876493895 E7 930.140.0076
23 Sep 123076463587 E11 1630.140.0076
23 Sep 1232764838116 SE9 1130.140.0076

Dec 14 Maximum temperature: 47 F at 1426 Minimum temperature: 42 F at 0718
Precipitation: 0.00 inches Peak wind: 44 mph at 0201

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.