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Monsoonal Moisture Persists Across the Southwest; Heat Remains for the South and West Coast

Persistent monsoonal moisture will affect portions of the four corners region that might generate isolated flooding, especially near burn scars. Heat persists across the South, including the middle and lower Mississippi River Valley, while temperatures also climb for much of the west coast. Read More >

   
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(Thanks to Ron Murphy, NWS Binghampton, NY and Bryan Ruby, NWS Sioux Falls, SD for writing some of these scripts.)

Temperature Conversion
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Windchill Calculation
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Index Index
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Relative Humidity Calculation
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Heat Index Calculation
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Tair Tdp RH=
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Wind Speed Conversion
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Station Pressure Calculation
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Tulsa=680
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