Robert Ringer

America the Beautiful – May She Rest In Peace

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Now that those afflicted with Obamentia have opted for an even greater Obamapression, the time has come for Americans who yearn for freedom to recognize that they have a big psychological hump to get over — the belief that the U.S can reverse course and make a comeback. America — at least the one I grew up in — is dead. Officially, it died on election night, November 6, 2012.

But it’s important to understand that even if Mitt Romney had won the election, the best he could have done — assuming he would have made a serious attempt to implement “tax reform,” eliminate stifling business regulations, cut entitlements, reduce the deficit, and institute policies that favor individual sovereignty and self-responsibility — is keep America on life support for a few more years.

I said assuming, because — and let’s get real here — he would not have made a serious attempt to do any of these things. Cosmetic changes, yes. Serious changes, no.

The patient was already too close to death, rotted throughout by corruption and moral decay. Thus, in a perverse sort of way, Barack Hussein Obama, son of an alcoholic, polygamist Luo tribesman, did us a favor by yanking us off life support and ending conservative fantasies that America could be nursed back to health.

As I have repeatedly said over the years, America cannot be “turned around.” It must be allowed to collapse — totally — in order for the real war to begin. And the real war I’m referring to is the one between statists (on both the left and the right) — who believe in the use of tyranny to force people to bend to their will — and those who believe that liberty must be given a higher priority than all other objectives.

It’s a war that can only rise like a phoenix from the ashes of our once great country, when a majority of Americans are so destitute and desperate that they finally realize that government is not their friend but, rather, their mortal enemy. Only after they have lost everything — especially their basic freedoms — will Americans take seriously the words of Thomas Paine, who warned, “Government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state, an intolerable one.”

So long as a majority of Americans choose to ignore Paine’s warning and believe that the “right” politician is the answer to their problems, America cannot be resurrected. To our Founding Fathers, being anti-government was essential to being patriotic.

And so, America, RIP. Hope to see you on the other side … down the road a piece … at a time when we can work shoulder to shoulder to build a new America where such abstracts as “social justice” and “shared prosperity” are frowned upon by all and where the concept of liberty is the guiding principle of our new nation.

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72 Responses to “America the Beautiful – May She Rest In Peace”

  1. Jay Donald Reid says:

    PART 1. Well said, Robert. Your assessment may be bleak, but it is the only realistic, i.e., logically honest, one. After a few hours of post-election lamentation, I finally admitted to myself that I never really had faith that Romney would make any but the most marginal difference. See Part 2.

  2. Jay Donald Reid says:

    Early in the campaign I resolved to use my vote to write in the name of a libertarian, any libertarian. As weeks passed, however, I began to suffer from the delusion that Obama's 2008 victory was an anomaly; surely the nation would not reelect someone so patently dishonest and statist. Although I expected very little from Romney, I began to think that I should at least add my ballot to those of the multitude who would so soundly repudiate the base nature of the administration and its cohorts. Yep . . . I caved and voted for Romney. So I now have to live with the fact that I prostituted my vote, AND I didn't get the satisfaction of seeing the thugs in the White House evicted. I'll never again vote against my conscience . . . party liars and talking heads be damned. If I vote for a losing cause, I'll at least do so with my head held high. Henceforth, I stand with Patrick Henry's "Give me Liberty, or Give m Death."

  3. Kevin says:

    Amen Robert. The greatest thing that may come from all this is the liberty movement. Thank you for helping wake me up to it.

  4. Reality Seeker says:

    Forward! —-Down "The Road to Serfdom".

    Unless one has been asleep, it was obvious that America had long had turned into amerika many, many years ago.

    Consider this: Ronald Reagan won the 1984 Presidential election with 525 electoral votes. Reagan took both New York and California. Is there anybody out there in amerika who currently believes that a future Republican Presidential candidate will ever win California or New York again? The GOP is dying; demographics are against the party. The only hope for the GOP to go down fighting is for a total economic collapses within the second Obama term; if that happens, then BHO gets the blame.

    For those of you who are dispirited over Mitt Romney's loss, consider this: The Republican party would be totally discredited and finished off once and for all if Mitt Romney became # 45 during an economic collapse; so be glad Romney didn't win as an economic collapse is likely to happen within four years.

    • rockdoc01 says:

      I have come to the same realization and feel better about Republicans loosing this election. Let the blame fall on the current jackass in the White House.

      • reunion says:

        if the blame were to be commonly assigned to whoever happened to be closest at hand, most temporally correlated, what would there be to feel better about? that would not even qualify as pyrrhic victory.

        • Reality Seeker says:

          I would be quite happy—jubilant, even— with a Democrat/Republican, Pyrrhic victory, if you know what I mean.

          A MAD (Mutually Assured Destruction) scenario whereby both parities destroy each other would be an acceptable outcome at this point in history.

          amerika is the neo-evil empire; therefore, let it collapse like the USSR did. Good! However, in collapsing I so hope that amerika doesn't start a nuclear war; thus, triggering a worldwide MAD. Yes, let amerika by itself go to ashes and then go to hell; and let the EU go down with it. This outcome would be far better than the continued growth of a collectivist, fiat empire.

          I do hope the GOP remains a formidable cartel capable of a Pyrric victory against the Democrats ( aka the Kleptocrats). Let my enemies—the enemies of Natural Law—- kill each other off…….good.

          Far better it would be if the ignorant masses peacefully walked away from both parties, but that's just a dream because the majority of mankind is hardwired for violent collectivism.

          • reunion says:

            its the "common assignment" piece, by the tidal inertia of thumbs in the stands i was suggesting would deflate all four pirellis – "not even pyrrhic"…just continuing denial, scapegoating, in service of the existential fear i've been mentioning. it may well be hardwired…but the role of the milgrams, sending current thru those particular wires, cannot be discounted. fear sells, even better than sex.

            interesting you bringing up MAD. i thought about a bit of dialog from some novel, title forgotten, that occurred in the aftermath of nuclear war. "who won?" "we did. not that it matters…".

            your original post this thread gave me another idea. coming soon.

    • reunion says:

      < Forward! —-Down "The Road to Serfdom"

      episode 57 of presidential political theater is over. finally. less junk to ff thru on the dvr. as (if) hangovers subside, & (if) the chaff cloud of mental white noise dissipates (watch “2081” on utube, a short film adaptation of vonnegut’s “harrison bergeron”; see that equality-inducing sonic blaster headphone the father is wearing?), rs initiates a riff.

      mark twain (two fathoms, plenty deep): "In one place we came upon a large company of naked natives, of both sexes and all ages, amusing themselves with the national pastime of surf-bathing. Each heathen would paddle three or four hundred yards out to sea (taking a short board with him), then face the shore and wait for a particularly prodigious billow to come along; at the right moment he would fling his board upon its foamy crest and himself upon the board, and here he would come whizzing by like a bombshell!"

      strip yourselves naked of all collectivist nonsense. like voting. let alone guffaws like “voting for liberty”. get in touch with your inner native. natural, authentic, individuals aligned with natural law, flowing. how? well, the garment in question is the one at the bottom of all the layers, the second-skin “character armor”, the one you never take off, your existential union suit, the one affording you “symbolic immortality” via velcro attachments to “something greater” than “just” you – which is to say the one, the you, you’ve never done justice by, the one you betrayed for a feeling, a false illusion, of safety & a manufactured for consumption identity.

      gary sirota : “There are no more committed people on the planet than surfers. We fall down a lot. We turn around, paddle back out, and do it over and over again. Unlike anything else in life, the stoke of surfing is so high that the failures quickly fade from memory.”

      nat young: “If in doubt, paddle out.”

      commitment. to principle. first principles. pragmatists commit only to ends; means are always relative. guess what? that’s sociopathy.

      • reunion says:

        warren smith: “Because at the heart of it, it’s a self-indulgent, subjective, creative outlet—riding a wave. For me anyway. So it’s very hard to turn that into a sport. There’s no line to cross, no ball to put in a hoop to score. How do you figure out who’s better—Chippa Wilson or Joel Parkinson? I don’t know how you’re supposed to take those two and put them in contests and figure out who’s better. How do you put a number on it?”

        mostly, it’s not a sport. it’s a perspective that this particular “sport” does a better than average job of facilitating. an understanding. a desire, even a compulsion, to understand. a recognition of the importance of understanding. intellectual. emotional. psychological. physical. obama & romney, etc.? serfers. not surfers.

        kary mullis: “Sometimes in the morning, when it’s a good surf, I go out there, and I don’t feel like it’s a bad world.”

        kelly slater: “Not to sound too deep or weird, but I think that the times when you really appreciate surfing are the times you’re really sort of becoming one with nature. Surfing’s as raw of a sport as it gets.” “The joy of surfing is so many things combined, from the physical exertion of it, to the challenge of it, to the mental side of the sport.” “It’s all about where your mind’s at.”

        lt col william kilgore (apocalypse now): “Charlie don’t surf.” “you either surf or you fight.”

        what if they threw a war/election (same difference), but you, lots of you’s, were busy surfing, instead?

        laird hamilton: Surfing's one of the few sports that you look ahead to see what's behind.”

        serfers look up. to masters. “authorities”. and they see what’s ahead only after they’ve backgoosestepped over it.

        laird hamilton: “The Genghis Khan warriors used to have a rule that you never talked about injury. The way it translates for me is: Don't train for what you don't want to have happen. It's like this: People say, "Oh, I can hold my breath for five minutes." I say, "I wouldn't be working on that because that might be something that you get tested on."

        voting is training. for serfers.

        • reunion says:

          laird Hamilton : “I would rather be out on a two ft day with a bunch of friends than a 20 ft day with a bunch of jerks, but usually on a 20 ft day you are alone so I would rather be out then.”

          “We're born alone, we live alone, we die alone. Only through our love and friendship can we create the illusion for the moment that we're not alone.” (orson welles). process. and side effects. that’s all there is. process decoupled from first principles is regress – the road to serfdom. do not cherish seeming exceptions, even ones that manage to prove the rule over the span of your entire life…for you will only gift your posterity the regression your death spared you. don’t care? sociopathy.

          bodhi / patrick swayze: “Surfing’s the source man… swear to God.” “Fear causes hesitation, and hesitation will cause your worst fears to come true.”

          buzzy trent: “Waves are not measured in feet and inches, they are measured in increments of fear.”

          becker wrote about "symbolic immortality". people assuage existential fear & dread of mortality by glomming onto "something bigger" (than themselves). something that will "live on". rubbish & twaddle in service of the fundamental, bedrock, denial: death comes for all – & no symbolism overcomes that, will ever overcome that (which tells you what you need to know about the strength of those attachments – if you’ve got the guts to face up – the stronger the attachment, the stronger the fear, the stronger the denial).

          "decision, as I have discussed, is also painful because it, if deeply considered, confronts each of us not only with freedom but with fundamental isolation – with the fact that each of us alone is responsible for our individual situations in life. one can have one's decision & avoid the pain of isolation if one can locate & persuade another to make that decision for one. erich fromm has repeatedly emphasized that human beings have always had a highly ambivalent attitude toward freedom. though they fight fiercely for freedom, they leap at the opportunity to surrender it to a totalitarian regime that promises to remove the burden of freedom & decision from them. the charismatic leader – one who makes every decision crisply & confidently – has no difficulty recruiting subjects." ~ irvin yalom, "existential psychotherapy", pg. 323.

          some significant chunk of the chunk that superficially legitimizes "advance auctions of stolen goods" (mencken) is proud & happy to be uberchunken today; their fave authoritarian "won" (yay! immortality!). but the unterchunken, "lost" their preferred authoritarian (boo-hoo…mere mortals, still.). uber & unter, both, are serfers.

          Laird Hamilton : “I would rather be out on a two ft day with a bunch of friends than a 20 ft day with a bunch of jerks, but usually on a 20 ft day you are alone so I would rather be out then.”

          “We're born alone, we live alone, we die alone. Only through our love and friendship can we create the illusion for the moment that we're not alone.” (orson welles) process. And side effects. That’s all there is. Process decoupled from first principles is regress – the road to serfdom. do not cherish seeming exceptions, even ones that manage to prove the rule over the span of your entire life…for you will only gift your posterity the regression your death spared you. don’t care? Sociopathy.

          Bodhi / Patrick Swayze: “Surfing’s the source man… swear to God.” “Fear causes hesitation, and hesitation will cause your worst fears to come true.”

          Buzzy Trent: “Waves are not measured in feet and inches, they are measured in increments of fear.”

          • reunion says:

            jon kabat-zinn: “You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf”

            jon foreman: ”When life hands you lemons, you make lemonade. But when life hands you hurricanes, you go surfing.”

            captain james cooke : “I could not help concluding this man had the most supreme pleasure while he was driven so fast and so smoothly by the sea”

            OR

            emo philips: "I tried body surfing once, but how often do you find a corpse?"

            serfers & body counts go together like authoritarians & too-big-to-fail….

            AND

            the joker: "Then, after I've gotten rid of Batman and Robin for good, I will rule the waves. Me, the Joker, king of the surf and all the surfers. Then, Gotham City! Later, the world!"

            Standard issue authoritarian (republican, democrat, etc). serfers.

            you get the idea…right?

            last bit…recall “point break” (pulled some quotes from there for this post). surfing was therein characterized as “tribal”. nope. tribe is one of those static-cling illusions that ruins your look (as in “see”). born alone. live alone. die alone. (welles). so drop the “e”, serfers (as in pluribus unum…only authentic, aligned, version of that is via side effect…of first principles process), & embrace the “u”, surfers (as in one person, indivisible, with liberty & justice – live & let live – for all…).

            Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
            And sorry I could not travel both
            And be one traveler, long I stood
            And looked down one as far as I could
            To where it bent in the undergrowth;

            Then took the other, as just as fair,
            And having perhaps the better claim,
            Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
            Though as for that the passing there
            Had worn them really about the same,

            And both that morning equally lay
            In leaves no step had trodden black.
            Oh, I kept the first for another day!
            Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
            I doubted if I should ever come back.

            I shall be telling this with a sigh
            Somewhere ages and ages hence:
            Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
            I took the one less traveled by,
            And that has made all the difference.

            Robert frost, “The Road Not Taken”

            the road to surf city, or surf town, or the surf shack…or the road to serfdom (aka subs & doms). hang ten or hang, & be hanged, on tenterhooks. choose.

          • Reality Seeker says:

            In the mood for writing are you now, reunion? Well, well! Here, then, I have a thought for you:

            No where to run and no place to hide from the ubiquitous serf(ers) and the roaring surf.

            ”When life hands you lemons (Ronald Reagan) you make lemonade. But when life hands you hurricanes ( BHO) you [ watch the ignorant masses go serfing (sic) and hope and pray that you don't get dragged into the contest].”

            Robert Frost is one of my favorites. Some time ago I had chosen a personal road which went up to high ground whereupon I had a good view; this, in every aspect of the word, "view".

            From my view I can see "sets" (surfer lingo for groups of waves) on the horizon.

          • Reality Seeker says:

            Sometime within the next four years there is likely (not for certain) going to be a great spectacle, viz. a serf(ing) contest with pounding waves and drowning serf(ers). Then! At the grand finale—when the socioeconomic tsunami finally rolls upon and over amerika—- the real surf(ing) begins; the monster 50-100ft waves will send the serf(ers) into a panic; and perhaps, if I'm lucky, as the serfs are thrashing about in the roar of the surf in a vain attempt to stay afloat and gulp air rather than water, yes, perhaps then the serfs will indeed grab onto some of their Republican and Democratic leaders pulling them down to the bottom along with themselves where they can all drown each other.

            Likely it shall be, however, a case inwhich my own luck runs out and the serfers snatch me off my perch and then drag me down forcing me to inhale water, too.

          • reunion says:

            have you forgotten the silver surfer, then? lol. one of the comic book heros i collected when i was a boy. who knows, elon musk {read an interview in a recent wired magazine. david (& the market) vs nasa (& the authoritarian collective), same outcome as goliath…very cool} may have built a beach head on really high ground, soon…..

          • reunion says:

            Florence Nightingale: "Give us back our suffering, we cry to Heaven in our hearts— suffering rather than indifferentism; for out of nothing comes nothing. But out of suffering may come the cure. Better have pain than paralysis! A hundred struggle and drown in the breakers. One discovers the new world. But rather, ten times rather, die in the surf, heralding the way to that new world, than stand idly on the shore!"

            Mark Foo: “its not tragic to die doing something you love”
            (and he did, too…).

            "sets" is music lingo, too……..

  5. david pierson says:

    Did you see all those long, depressed face of rich white people at Mitt's headquarters… now that was glorious!! And all those hundreds of millions that those rich bastards like the Koch brothers and their ilk couldn't buy an election, Fox News full of it, O"Reilly lamenting that America is no longer controlled by white America.. all of it beautiful!! Notice the sigh of relief from 75 to 95% of the world approving Obama's re-election?? I love it!!!

    • texas wolfie says:

      What the hell? Are you sadistic or what? Wise men are grieving and idiots are gloating! What are you about 15 years old or so?

    • whitehousesucks says:

      You sir are an idiot,, rich bastards? There is a reason those people are rich, and i commend them for it. I cant believe you are even on this website with your mindset. YOU are the reason America will fall.

    • Satir says:

      David the ignorance you portray is the ignorance that has killed our America. Like a mad dog, you have bitten the hand that feeds you.

    • Scott says:

      Why the racist vitriol David? Did you get your feelings hurt somewhere in the distant past? Perhaps you have mistaken this site for a GOP conference. I assure you it is not. Many of us here celebrate and promote maximum individual liberty…which knows no color, creed nor race. Let go of anger, you'll feel much better.

  6. devereaux says:

    @David….I truly hope that you love more than just the pictures of those who understand what this means. I suspect that your mind is filled with lust for the baubles that Santa Obama will place in your pleading hands. Please sir, give me some more. And while you bask in the thoughts of rich white folk looking downtrodden and depressed, your savior is stealing your heritage. Oh yes…I think that is definitely a fair price. As for 75% – 95% of the world applauding this election result, why wouldn't they? After all, they will be the recipients of American largesse as well…and are already lined up seeking baubles from the one. What a disgrace we are….sacrificing our freedoms on the bauble altar.

    But some small hope remains…. http://devereauxdailydose.blogspot.com/2012/11/ou…

    …..devereaux

  7. dkendraf says:

    My son-in-law, former Army scout, had a good idea: fire gov't people if they don't make changes WITHIN THREE MONTHS. That's all most businesses give a CEO; gov't politicos should be given only that many days too. That would put the impetus on getting things DONE, getting the RIGHT things DONE. After that, give them only three month's at a time.

    Hey, it's no worse than most of the so-called intelligence already there.

    Also, in my opinion, no one should be a career politician. Career business, yes; career gov't, no.

  8. RFB says:

    I voted for Mitt, but Robert is right. Mitt might have put bandage on the patient, but the patient will die. Why slow down the inevitable?

  9. Paladin13 says:

    Obama is the Grinch pretending to be Santa. One day the Obama children will wake up to nothing – no freedom, no future, no retirement, etc. We who live by the old rules will be blamed, of course.

  10. Ted Pawlikowski says:

    This morning, when I took a look at a map of which States voted for Hussein and the other States that didn't, I thought back 150 years. Maybe it's time to consider splitting the Union. Then we'll see how well the socialists do when they can no longer tax the producers.

  11. Very well said! First article I've come across that makes me feel better about the election results

  12. @larajf says:

    I accept that maybe it's going to be best to get worse before we get better. Maybe it's finally time to split the behemoth of the USA into 3 nations. The coastal regions can run themselves completely socialist (east) or communist (west) and bless their hearts. I hope they get what they deserve. We carve out the center to live by the Constitution & none of the niggly piggly what does "is" mean. And they can bless our hearts. Until we win, and they're broke & desperate. After that, not sure what I think. I don't want to take them back into the fold…the cancer will grow again :-)
    Thank you, Robert, for being my anchor of sanity in all of this. There are days living in Silicon Valley when I wonder what's wrong with me for not turning off my brain & walking in lockstep with the rest of my brethren. I think it's time for me to leave and go where people truly value the Constitution…Freedom, Integrity, and Honor. S/he who tells the best lie wins is not something I can support any more.

  13. Kim says:

    Like the junkie that hits rockbottom it will happen I'll be heading for the "high ground" when America sneezes just may avoid some of the mucus.
    But the good thing is the sheeples will be lining up,camping out and staying up for whatever fills in the time between now and the apocalypse. Must be time apple released the iphone 6 just to get peoples mind where it really matters no what I mean?

  14. satir says:

    The challenge to knowledgeable Americans is to learn how to survive in body, mind and spirit in the days to come. Stock up on guns and ammunition while they are available. Store a 6 month supply of sustainable, storable food. Buy a couple large plastic drums, clean them thoroughly and fill them with potable water. Keep a six month suppl.y (minimum) of the medinces and supplements you take, etc. Be alert but go with the flow.

  15. Mike Rael says:

    Well, Robert, did you come out four-square for Ron Paul? Or Gary Johnson? O'Reilly feels that if the economy does not recover now, the Democratic Party is toast. Do you believe that's possible?
    To me, the biggest problem with Romney is that he was not a moral crusader. He did not assert the primacy of property rights. He did not say that, even if the economy *did* get worse, it was more important than ever to to say that a person had a right to his own life, including all those businessmen and entrepreneurs! Whether they're rich, middle-class, or poor!
    Romney did not deserve to succeed! Not as a purveyor of hope and change! Not as someone who would turn things all the way around for the better!

    • rjr says:

      You are absolutely right about Romney's failure to defend freedom as an end in itself.
      As to O'Reilly, nothing he says surprises me anymore. When the economy totally collapses, the left will be successful in convincing the masses that the fault lies at the feet of Republicans and "the rich." Pansys cannot win against street fighters.

  16. Bob M. says:

    Robert,

    Why is it you feel compelled to continue your rant against Mitt Romney? The guy lost. The end.

    You list all the things he said he would do (implement “tax reform,” eliminate stifling business regulations, cut entitlements, reduce the deficit, and institute policies that favor individual sovereignty and self-responsibility) and then you basically said he lied about all that, "he would not have made a serious attempt to do any of these things." Don't you think he should have been given the chance (which he won't now) to do what he said before you accused him of lying?

    Between the two candidates, he was our best shot at achieving anything that even remotely resembles conservative/libertarian ideals and principles.

    And by the way. Sitting there smugly, talking about the "real war." Ain't gonna happen. It'll be decades before we reach the point of "destitute and desperate" you talk about. Neither you nor I will live long enough to see it. It took the Russians 70 years. And the only reason they collapsed was because they had us pushing them. There isn't anyone left to push us.

    By the time the people reach "desperation" the progressives/liberals will have also taken all the guns. So, we'll have no means to fight back anyway.

    Seems to me you're trying to make yourself feel better and justify your slamming of Romney by calling the man a "liar." Even though you have no basis in fact to do so.

    Reading what you wrote about Romney all through the campaign was no different than what the liberal media did. Congratulations.

    • pitch says:

      Sorry Bob, but Robert was and is undeniably correct in his assessment of Mitt Romney and Amerika. Here is the correct analogy; Mitt Romney was the Gentleman Too Good To Be True Communist Candidate and Obama was the Barbarian do and say whatever it takes Communist Candidate and sadly there are more uninformed barbarians residing in Amerika today than gentlemen.

      As far as desperation in America, apparently you have not walked (wait a minute, that would be far too dangerous) You apparently have not driven through most neighborhoods in any Amerikan City in your bullet proof SUV and observed the desperation, devastation, rot, filth, crime and crumbling infrastructure. The crime and murder rate is going straight though the roof in Amerika Bob and I can assure you we will see major war in this country in the not too distant future…
      I agree with Mike; Romney did not deserve to succeed. He was just another fraudulent band aid candidate for a patient that requires a massive STEM CELL INJECTION….

    • Hillfarmer says:

      Bob M, It was not hard to tell Romney was lying. All you had to do was look at his record as governor. RomneyCare spoke volumes. Romney’s actions were speaking so loud I could not hear most of his lies. I did hear him say in his campaign that he would keep parts of ObamaCare.

      A flip flopping candidate is nothing but a liar.

      The Republicans have a very poor record of overturning big government schemes passed by Democrats. Have they ever?

      They did not overturn the socialist Social Security program when they got a majority. They did not overturn the Johnson War on Poverty when they got a majority.

      Romney said he would enforce the federal marijuana laws against the states if they voted to legalize it. Romney was not going to cut oppressive government.

      To believe Romney was not a liar is to ignore the facts.

      It will take a libertarian to overturn the evil socialism and oppressive government established in the past. G.K. Chesterton summed it up this way, “The whole modern world has divided itself into Conservatives and Progressives. The business of Progressives is to go on making mistakes. The business of the Conservatives is to prevent the mistakes from being corrected." But Romney is not even a conservative, he is liberal

      • reunion says:

        < It will take a libertarian (sez hillfarmer)…Conservatives and Progressives (it will take the former, sez chesterton)…..

        libertarianism & conservatism are not connected or related. they are antithetical. understanding of the simple non-aggression principle that is the foundation of libertarianism should make this glaringly obvious (as well obvious the oxymoronic impossibility of a libertarian political party…). denial doesn't even dent reality.

        what is more, it will take lots of libertarians, principled people who refuse to participate in the illusions "legitimizing" authoritarian subjugation, not to mention worship of authoritarianism.

    • rjr says:

      I have never said that Romney lied. He is undoubtedly a decent man who is no different than almost all other Republicans – meaning that he doesn't have the stomach for a knock-down, drag-out street fight with left-wing thugs. Worse, he doesn't have a strong belief in freedom and free enterprise to defend them on MORAL grounds.

  17. Jose A. Ramirez says:

    Thank you Mr. Ringer may god bless you, and you are damn right, what we got now is just to look out for number one and to hell with these commies that voted this guy in again.

  18. john bear says:

    Mitt At The Bat

    The outcome was hopeful for America that day:
    The voting score stood dead even with several states to play.
    And then when Michigan went and Iowa did the same,
    A hush fell over lovers of America, who knew it wasn't a game.

    Many hoped against hope, fighting deep despair. The rest
    Stare at their TV screens praying for Mitt to meet the test.
    They thought, if only Mitt was stronger and all that,
    If only Mitt had one more round at the debater's bat.

    Mitt took most of the South, he was sure to get some more:
    For a few seconds it seemed there was victory at the door.
    But Vermont went and Wisconsin too, Mitt voters filled with dismay,
    The score against him was mounting, hope turning away.

    Then Ohio fell and Nevada and Colorado, soon the night was gone,
    And Mitt stood silent, yet proud, as though he'd known it all along.
    But America has morphed into Rainbowland,
    The Welfare State has won more freebies as planned.

    A darkness has fallen over America as nail biting fear
    Grips those who love her as they shed a bitter tear.
    But the electoral numbers came fast as a train,
    And all too quickly, it seemed, Second Hussein has won again.

    As usual, Bob, you're late to the party. As I've often written the jig was up at the end of Lincoln's War. As Stalin said: It's not the vote that counts, it's who counts the votes. We have just witnessed another fraudulent election where we live under a semi-dictatorship. And it is never a given, especially in world history, that things will get better. As I've stated often in these comments, you had Second Hussein running with (not against) the white Obama twins. The outcome was known as soon as Mitt was nominated. Wake up! Bob.

  19. Phil says:

    Mr. Ringer is spot on and I agree. Boortz.com references a possible way out of disaster, but it is a far off hope.

    How do we deal with demographic issues? Millions of new immigrants, often from third world countries (at some point we must include Europeans in this category, lol), being taught by commies in the public schools . . . . they will NEVER vote for freedom. Give it up. Never.

    And pandering to them will NOT succeed, the GOP will lose what "base" remains.

    Secession now. It will likely be forced upon us. And for the govt. thugs who review these websites, I of course mean only via peaceful means.

  20. James Parker says:

    I've got good news and bad news. The good news is that we aren't going to be subjected to that big government idiot Romney for the next four years. The bad news is that we are going to be subjected to that big government idiot Obama for another four years.

  21. Lawrence Ekdahl, says:

    America as I knew it and as I defended in the USAF for 21 years is dead. It no longer exists. Of course it had to happen. This sinful nation with its many secular gods is ripe for God's judgment. Even so, come Lord Jesus.

  22. John Hunter says:

    America has been under God's judgement for 20 years. And Jesus revealed that this present generation is the terminal generation. Jesus IS coming for His Bride soon.

  23. Michael says:

    Dear Mr. Ringer,
    Generally speaking you are absolutely right but we must remember that the outcome of the elections is also the direct result from a lack of good education of the masses in the States.
    I am not an American citizen and during my short stay in the USA I found out that average American citizen is extremely limited in his general intelligence and education.
    Therefore there is no wonder that such a person can easily be swayed one way or another.
    We all know that Obama is a very talented demagogue; his speeches are brilliant but unfortunately there is nothing behind them; they are empty of any content.
    So, there is no wonder that the ignorant masses and not only those, are influenced by these speeches and unfortunately the net result is that America is in for another four years of terribly poor leadership.
    I love America and for its fantastic achievements and I am very very sad not only for America but also for the free Western world which is going to be misled by a person who is influenced by all kind of socialistic ideas that wouldn't work; are strange to the American spirit and it will bring this country to a catastrophic economical situation.
    Let's hope that in the course of time the American people will learn their lesson the hard way and will return this beautiful country of yours to its past glory.

  24. pitch says:

    I have been a fan of yours ever since I was awakened to the disastrous dilemma America faced after reading your book "Restoring the American Dream" some 30 years ago. As I watched the election returns Tuesday night that clearly showed Obama had pulled the rabbit from the hat one more time, I could not help but think of William Simon’s forward in that book>>>”If They Only Understood the Situation.”
    There is the moral of all human tales;
    “Tis but the same rehearsal of the past:
    First freedom and then Glory – when that fails,
    Wealth, vice, corruption – barbarism at last.
    And History, with all her volumes vast,
    Hath but one page…"

    • rjr says:

      Nice to hear that you read Restoring the American Dream. It's quite unfortunate that even though millions of us knew for decades that this was coming, no one ever found a way to educate the masses about it.

  25. Hillfarmer says:

    Some people on this forum were telling us a vote for Johnson was a wasted vote. Those of us who would not cave in to the Republican’s liberal elite and vote for Romney would give the victory to Obama.

    Well 1% of us voted for freedom and Obama won.

    What would have happened if 50% of those who voted for Romney had voted for Johnson? Obama would have won and a very strong message would have been sent to the liberal Republican elite policy makers.

    It turns out that every vote cast for liberal Mitt Romney was a WASTED VOTE. The liberal Republican power structure now believe that every voter who voted for Romney liked him and that is what they need to win is more money!

    Voting for the lesser of two evils is a foolish vote.

    • rjr says:

      Your point is an excellent one. Though I still believe Romney is a civilized, decent man, he wasn't even close to being the best candidate the Republicans could have come up with. The GOP has long harbored a death wish, and Laura Ingraham is probably right when she says that the party should be shut down.

  26. bullwink32 says:

    Robert you missed the date it was 2008 ! I've noticed in Boston the Menino is going for a 6th term, and a former mayor endorsed a local republican who was defeated.
    A knowledge based on facts, or a successful record are meaningless to most, as people who are immoral ,unethical and lookin' for the free lunch, value nuthin'
    The constant stimulation of the internet and mobile devices ( if you get food stamps there is a gov't program for a free cell phone too, effort work risk ? immediate gratification is the name of the game, everyone is busy doin' nothin there is no time(ability) to think
    Rarely a day goes buy where someone doesn't ask me for something FOR FREE,if I provide such I don't get a thank you either

    The increases on taxes on the wealthy are necessary to prevent higher taxes for everyone !
    Taxation is theft, the divide and conquer idea always works, the art of conversation is lost
    Intelligent people speak of ideas, average people talk about things, and the worst people talk about other people.
    We now have the Gov't we deserve of the worst people,two hundred million wrongs do not make one "right" Victoria's Secret has a million dollar bra ? amazing what people value isn't it
    The only Truth here is Romney said "those who are doing well will continue to do so.."

  27. guest says:

    A good start for Republicans would be for them to renounce the idea of all price supports, corporate subsidies, no-bid contracts, and other handouts. Also, since they claim to be the party of small government, they should get out of the personal lives of citizens and get back to the freedoms of our Constitution. In other words, they should support libertarianism. Which of course they won't since they are in reality (along with the Democrats) a party of Big Brother/Big Money government.

  28. PitBull says:

    The DWEM framework has been chipped at, assaulted, sabotaged, weakened and made ready for destruction….university life throughout our country and throughout Europe's left/liberal/socialist
    learning centers continue to pour hot coals over its skeleton. Add to this all the invective from a variety of 'victim groups' – take your pick – and a 21st c. technology and mass media that floods us with celebrity, material possessions, and hot air – a perfect storm gathered and played out Nov 6 2012. Who among us cannot hear the echo of Yeats' famous lines- 'things fall apart – the center cannot hold – mere anarchy is loosed upon the world…'

    • reunion says:

      i like the reference to entropy, imploding/exploding centers, but anarchy is not "mere" – its the only process that provides chances to overcome, or at least forestall, entropy. mere conservatism, otoh, guarantees & locks in, entropic outcomes…heck, its no exaggeration to say that conservatism IS entropic process…..

      butler shaffer has written a lot on this subject, lots of essays online, a book, "calculated chaos"…

      "because the principle of entropy maintains its constant influence in the world, all living systems must generate new energy (or "negative entropy") if they are to resist – at least temporarily – their collapse into their ultimate fate…."

      "the health of any system – be it individual or society – depends upon the production of those values necessary for that system's survival. the production & distribution of goods & services, technology, the sciences, medicine, the arts, & agriculture are just a few of the more prominent examples of the values upon which western societies have depended."

      "if we misfocus our attention, we may erroneously conclude that our material well-being is dependent upon the creation of the "things" that we consume in our efforts to sustain ourselves. in so doing, we tend to ignore the underlying conditions that make the production of such values possible. the industrial revolution was a humanizing epoch because it taught us how to produce the material wealth that can sustain the lives of millions of people. it would take a misanthropic disposition to deny the benefits to mankind arising from this period. but when our mind connects up the BENEFITS with the ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS that created them, we are inclined to regard them as inseparable. we come to value, & depend upon, the goose that lays the golden egg, rather than upon the PROCESSES by which creative individuals might produce more geese, or more efficient means of generating gold."

      "western civilization is in the crisis it is BECAUSE we have sacrificed more profound values than the immediate & quantifiable consequences we tend to associate with the pursuit of our material interests. among these are peace; liberty; respect for property, contracts, & the inviolability of the individual; truthfulness & the development of the mind; integrity; distrust of power; a sense of spirituality; & philosophically-principled behavior. but when our culture becomes driven by material concerns, these less tangible values recede in importance, & our thinking becomes dominated by the need to preserve the organizational forms that we see as having served our interests."

      "in such ways do we create INSTITUTIONS. in order to clearly distinguish one form of organization from another, i define an "institution" as "any permanent social organization with purposes of its own, having formalized & structured machinery for pursuing those purposes, & making & enforcing rules of conduct in order to control those within it". in short, an "institution" is a system that has become its own reason for being – rather than just a means for producing life-sustaining values – with people becoming fungible resources to be exploited for the accomplishment of collective ends."

      ~ from shaffer's "on the decline & fall"

  29. R. G. Smith says:

    Look at what we are leaving our children and their children. A Nation buried under debt and no hope for young people to dream about. We are becoming a Nation of Socialists where there will be no incentive to push forward and create a better way of life. All of that will be give to the lazy people who sit and complain about how they are entitled to every government program that they can get approved for. Redistribution of the wealth to the less fortunate is Socialism at it finest. It has never worked in the past and it will not work here. We are on the same path as the European Nations

  30. guest says:

    Libertarians opposed the invasion of Iraq, the Patriot Act, the war on drugs, and large deficits, among other Republican legacies (courtesy G.W. Bush).

    • reunion says:

      a guest worthy of welcome to hearth & home….since your cites are "bipartisan", why not dispense with would-be denialista distinctions & say it plainly? legacies of authoritarianism.

  31. Chris McMorrow says:

    It's not gonna happen, Robert. There will be no pot of gold… no bright future for freedom on what you call "the other side."

    Big Government is America's now new god… and… the government socialist school systems are busy indoctrinating tens of millions of new, mindless, future socialist slaves.

    A precious few… because they have good, God-fearing parents … will escape the government schools' poisonous socialist indoctrination.

    Here's the truth: America has clearly decided to make Big Government its new god. They have turned their backs on the Triune God revealed in the 66 books of the Bible, the One and living true God – the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

    The masses of heathen who now make up the majority of Americans will soon find out that Big Government is not only a false god, it is also a cruel and demanding task master that will rob them of both their money and their God-given talents. They will NOT go unpunished!

    As the Protestant preacher, Chuck Swindoll, once put it : "God's justice grinds slow… but it grinds fine."

  32. Eric Scott says:

    Mr. Ringer, you will go to your grave a very unhappy man, just like your mentor, Ayn Rand. Both of you have forgotten the words of Voltaire: "We shall leave this world as wicked and foolish as we found it upon our arrival". Or the words of Goethe: "There must be fools and rogues in the world". Or Shopenhauer: "Anyone coming into the world intending to instruct the people on matters of truth will be lucky to escape this world with a whole skin". Wise up and take to heart the words of these very smart people. You'll be much happier.

    BTW, you're wrong. The Republic died in 1913 with the passage of the Federal Reserve Act.

  33. Bev says:

    Bob,
    I first heard about your book, “Restoring the American Dream” from William Simon, who was a friend of my father’s. He said it was a great book and I went and bought it the next day. I’ve been a fan of yours ever since.

    My comment here concerns the ‘soul searching’ that many conservatives are currently engaged in. I don’t think that they’re going deep enough into the problem. I think the problem is closer to your ‘street-fighting’ comment above, but a little different.

    One of my personal verities is “If someone focuses their argument at your emotions, they don’t respect your mind.” The democrats *always* argue at emotions, never the mind. The republicans *always* try to convince using facts and logic. The difference is how each views man. The republican can’t bring themselves to act as though citizens are incapable of thinking. To them, it feels like a betrayal of their most cherished belief. The democrats always act as though citizens are incapable of thinking.

    Who’s right? Who is more successful? The republicans act as though, if they just find the right argument, the right example, the right way to say it, then people will make the logical connections in their head. What if they can’t? Seriously.

    What if all of their decisions all of their lives have been made by asking others what they think? Or getting their opinions by the popular culture. What if they need the emotional support of others, gotten by agreeing with those others, and the social and emotional support they get is more important than anything else, like truth, for example. Way way more important.

    The republican are asking too much of people. They are not only asking people to do something almost none have ever done: think for themselves, make logical connections in subjects (economics, politics, etc) they have never thought seriously about, and so don’t have the requisite background to think about. But more, to make a difficult stand with their friends and family that will almost certainly have seriously bad consequences for them. Most aren’t the ‘take a moral stand’ type of people anyway.

    To sum up, you’re asking Joe six-pack to do something very very difficult that he’s never done before (think logically about economics and other arcane subjects), then act in ways he’s never acted before, possibly losing all of his emotional support and human connections. And then asking millions of ordinary people to do this.

    Another of my personal verities: “If your plan requires millions of people to change their hearts, their minds, their behavior, or their beliefs, you need a new plan.”

    It’s time for the republicans to admit the democrats have it right when it comes to the proper method of getting votes. There is no other realistic way.

  34. Chris McMorrow says:

    Robert Ringer, I'd like to take a minute to THANK YOU for your most excellent web site… all your hard work… and all the excellent articles you provide — gratis — in defense of liberty and the sovereignty of the individual Americans.

    I bought one of your courses, and I must say that what you offer is, in my opinion, worth a heck of a lot more in practical money-making success advice than you'd ever hope to get from blowing a boatload of money attending the vast majority of American colleges today.

    As bleak as it now looks, the fight for liberty must go on.

    I realize it 's probably a pipe dream, but you know what I'd like to see, Robert? I'd like to see and hear House Speaker John Boehner address the house and say:

    "I SWORE an OATH to UPHOLD and defend the constitution against all enemies, both foreign and DOMESTIC. And you know what? I don't give a damn what John Roberts… the Supreme Court… or what the President says about Obamacare. It's clearly un-Constitutional, and as long as I'm Speaker, it'll be a cold day in Hell before I allow this legislative body to appropriate one more penny to pay for a program that is not only un-Constitutional, but will is going to FINALLY bankrupt my country!"

    In the words of the great Andrew Jackson, "One man with courage is makes up a majority."

    In other words, it's still not too late for Speaker Boehner to be a MAN. If Speaker Boehner caves in to the liberal hordes, he is NO PATRIOT, and no MAN. Deep down, He will hate himself for the rest of his life.

    It would be far better for Speaker Boehner to FIGHT AND LOSE and then go back to the farm to pitch hay, than to remain a respectable, well-heeled but cowardly "Congressman" in that hell hole, Washington D.C.

    "Once a person comes to rely on the government for support, that person is a socialist through and through." – James Cook

    "If we cannot return to fiscal integrity because the public prefers profusion and prodigality over balanced budgets, we cannot escape paying the price, which is ever lower incomes and standards of living for all." – Hans F. Sennholz

    "To enslave a people, give them money they did not earn." – James Cook

    "The fall of a great nation is always a suicide." – Arnold Toynbee

    "Beware the greedy hand of government, thrusting itself into every corner and crevice of industry." – Thomas Paine

    "Capitalism will continue to eliminate mass poverty in more and more places and to an increasingly marked extent if it is merely permitted to do so." – Henry Hazlitt

    BOTTOM LINE: According to God's Word, the Bible, NO man is entitled to ANYTHING he didn't earn himself, or come to him by way of VOLUNTARY CHARITY. It is because our "leaders" have departed from this principle that America has become a fiscal basket case. Untold generations of liberal politicians have caused untold damage from their insane socialist policies They have much to answer for. On Judgment Day, they will.

    • CaliConservative says:

      If you are waiting for Boehner to stand up and do anything other than cave in to Obama then you are delusional. Boehner is an emotional, sniveling fool who does nothing but Kow tow to the Democratic establishment. We were better off with Pelosi runnign the house…at least we knew we were screwed. Watch how Boehner "negotiates" with Obama in the coming weeks…he is already giving away the store

  35. Craiger@dbzmail.com says:

    I only learned yesterday that Barack Obama named his dog "Bo" because it's his initials. The Narcissist in Chief

  36. james17 says:

    A badly knowledgeable inhabitants is unlikely to be a part of in family preparing or any other way of inhabitants management. Google.com

  37. It’s a war that can only rise like a phoenix from the ashes of our once great country, when a majority of Americans are so destitute and desperate that they finally realize that government is not their friend but, rather, their mortal enemy.

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0.0mm total13:44 27.5C 28.1C 16.8C 1013.4hPaCalm -52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:49 27.5C 28.1C 17.2C 1013.4hPaCalm -53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:54 27.6C 28.2C 16.9C 1013.4hPaCalm -52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:59 27.5C 28.1C 17.2C 1013.4hPaCalm -53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:04 27.6C 28.1C 16.9C 1013.1hPaCalm -52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:09 27.8C 28.5C 17.4C 1013.1hPaCalm -53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:14 27.9C 28.4C 16.6C 1013.1hPaCalm -50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:19 28.0C 28.4C 16.7C 1013.1hPaCalm -50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:24 28.3C 28.8C 16.9C 1013.1hPaCalm -50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:29 28.6C 29.1C 17.2C 1013.1hPaCalm -50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:34 28.8C 29.2C 16.7C 1013.1hPaCalm -48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:39 28.8C 29.2C 16.7C 1012.8hPaCalm -48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:44 28.8C 29.0C 16.4C 1012.8hPaCalm -47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:49 28.9C 29.1C 16.2C 1012.8hPaCalm -46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:55 28.8C 29.2C 16.8C 1012.8hPaCalm -48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:00 28.9C 29.2C 16.6C 1012.8hPaCalm -47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:05 28.9C 29.1C 16.2C 1012.8hPaCalm -46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:10 28.6C 28.7C 15.6C 1012.8hPaCalm -45% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:15 28.3C 28.5C 16.0C 1012.8hPaCalm -47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:20 28.0C 28.2C 15.7C 1012.4hPaCalm -47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:25 27.8C 27.9C 15.1C 1012.4hPaCalm -46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:30 27.4C 27.6C 15.1C 1012.4hPaCalm -47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:35 27.1C 27.3C 14.5C 1012.4hPaCalm -46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:40 27.0C 27.3C 15.1C 1012.4hPaCalm -48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:45 26.8C 27.1C 14.6C 1012.4hPaCalm -47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:50 26.6C – 15.3C 1012.1hPaCalm -50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:55 26.3C – 15.1C 1012.1hPaCalm -50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:00 26.2C – 15.3C 1012.1hPaCalm -51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:05 26.0C – 15.8C 1012.1hPaCalm -53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:10 25.9C – 15.7C 1012.1hPaCalm -53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:15 25.9C – 16.0C 1012.1hPaCalm -54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:20 25.9C – 16.3C 1012.1hPaCalm -55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:25 25.8C – 16.2C 1012.1hPaCalm -55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:30 25.7C – 16.4C 1012.1hPaCalm -56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:35 25.6C – 15.7C 1012.1hPaCalm -54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:40 25.6C – 15.3C 1012.1hPaCalm -53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:45 25.5C – 15.3C 1012.1hPaCalm -53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:50 25.4C – 15.2C 1012.1hPaCalm -53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:55 25.3C – 15.4C 1012.1hPaCalm -54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total17:00 25.3C – 15.4C 1012.1hPaCalm -54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm totalTimeTemp.Heat IndexDew PointPressureWindWind SpeedWind GustHumidityRainfall Rate (Hourly)Clouds00:00 22.2C – 19.8C 1012.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—00:05 22.2C – 19.8C 1012.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—00:10 22.2C – 19.8C 1012.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—00:15 22.2C – 19.8C 1012.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—00:20 22.2C – 19.9C 1012.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—00:25 22.2C – 19.9C 1012.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—00:30 22.2C – 19.9C 1012.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—00:35 22.2C – 19.9C 1012.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—00:40 22.2C – 19.9C 1012.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—00:45 22.2C – 19.9C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—00:50 22.2C – 19.9C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—00:55 22.2C – 19.9C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—01:00 22.3C – 20.0C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—01:05 22.3C – 20.0C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—01:10 22.3C – 20.0C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—01:15 22.3C – 20.0C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—01:20 22.2C – 19.9C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—01:25 22.2C – 19.9C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—01:30 22.2C – 19.9C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—01:35 22.2C – 19.9C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—01:40 22.2C – 19.9C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—01:45 22.1C – 19.8C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—01:50 22.1C – 19.8C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—01:55 22.1C – 19.8C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—02:00 22.1C – 19.8C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—02:05 22.1C – 19.8C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—02:10 22.0C – 19.7C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—02:15 22.0C – 19.7C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—02:20 22.0C – 19.7C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—02:25 22.0C – 19.7C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—02:30 22.0C – 19.7C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—02:35 21.9C – 19.7C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—02:40 21.9C – 19.7C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—02:45 21.9C – 19.7C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—02:50 21.8C – 19.6C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—02:55 21.8C – 19.6C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—03:00 21.8C – 19.6C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—03:05 21.7C – 19.4C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—03:10 21.7C – 19.4C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—03:15 21.6C – 19.3C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—03:20 21.6C – 19.3C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—03:25 21.6C – 19.3C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—03:30 21.6C – 19.3C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—03:35 21.6C – 19.3C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—03:40 21.6C – 19.5C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—03:45 21.6C – 19.5C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—03:50 21.6C – 19.5C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—03:56 21.6C – 19.5C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—04:01 21.6C – 19.5C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—04:06 21.6C – 19.5C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—04:11 21.6C – 19.5C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—04:16 21.6C – 19.5C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—04:21 21.6C – 19.5C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—04:26 21.6C – 19.5C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—04:31 21.6C – 19.5C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—04:36 21.6C – 19.7C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—04:41 21.6C – 19.7C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—04:46 21.6C – 19.7C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—04:51 21.6C – 19.7C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—04:56 21.6C – 19.7C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—05:01 21.6C – 19.7C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—05:06 21.7C – 20.0C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—05:11 21.8C – 20.1C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—05:16 21.9C – 20.2C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—05:21 21.9C – 20.2C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—05:26 21.8C – 20.1C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—05:31 21.8C – 20.1C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—05:36 21.7C – 20.0C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—05:41 21.7C – 20.0C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—05:46 21.7C – 20.0C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—05:51 21.6C – 19.9C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—05:56 21.6C – 19.9C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—06:01 21.6C – 19.9C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—06:06 21.6C – 19.8C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—06:11 21.6C – 19.8C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—06:16 21.6C – 19.8C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—06:21 21.6C – 19.8C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—06:26 21.6C – 19.8C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—06:31 21.6C – 20.1C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—06:36 21.6C – 20.1C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—06:41 21.6C – 20.1C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—06:46 21.6C – 20.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—06:51 21.6C – 20.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—06:56 21.6C – 20.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—07:01 21.6C – 20.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—07:06 21.6C – 20.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—07:11 21.6C – 20.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—07:16 21.6C – 20.3C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—07:21 21.6C – 20.1C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—07:26 21.6C – 20.3C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—07:31 21.7C – 20.4C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—07:36 21.7C – 20.4C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—07:41 21.9C – 20.6C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—07:46 22.0C – 20.7C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—07:51 22.1C – 20.7C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—07:56 22.2C – 20.9C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—08:01 22.2C – 20.9C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—08:06 22.2C – 20.9C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—08:12 22.2C – 21.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—08:17 22.2C – 21.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—08:22 22.2C – 21.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—08:27 22.2C – 21.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—08:32 22.2C – 21.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—08:37 22.2C – 21.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—08:42 22.2C – 21.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—08:47 22.5C – 21.5C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h94% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—08:52 22.8C – 21.8C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h94% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—08:57 22.9C – 21.9C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h94% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—09:02 23.1C – 22.1C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h94% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—09:07 23.3C – 22.3C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h94% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—09:12 23.4C – 22.4C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h94% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—09:17 23.8C – 22.8C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h94% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—09:22 24.1C – 22.8C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—09:27 24.5C – 23.3C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—09:32 24.8C – 23.3C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—09:37 25.1C – 23.3C 1012.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—09:42 25.2C – 23.3C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—09:47 25.3C – 23.0C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—09:52 25.3C – 23.0C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—09:57 25.7C – 23.4C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—10:02 25.6C – 22.7C 1011.7hPaCalm 1.6km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—10:07 25.6C – 22.5C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—10:12 25.5C – 22.2C 1011.7hPaSouth 1.6km/h 1.6km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—10:17 25.6C – 22.3C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—10:22 26.2C – 22.7C 1011.7hPaCalm 3.2km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—10:27 26.6C – 22.8C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h80% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—10:32 26.6C – 22.6C 1012.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—10:37 26.3C – 22.0C 1012.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—10:42 26.1C – 21.8C 1012.1hPaESE 3.2km/h 3.2km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—10:47 26.1C – 21.8C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—10:52 26.1C – 21.8C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—10:57 26.0C – 21.7C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—11:02 26.1C – 21.8C 1012.1hPaCalm 3.2km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—11:07 26.1C – 22.0C 1012.1hPaCalm 4.8km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—11:12 26.6C – 22.4C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—11:17 26.8C 29.1C 22.4C 1012.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—11:22 27.3C 29.9C 22.7C 1012.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—11:27 27.4C 30.2C 22.6C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—11:32 27.7C 30.6C 22.8C 1012.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—11:37 27.7C 30.4C 22.4C 1012.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h73% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—11:42 27.7C 30.3C 22.2C 1012.1hPaNNE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h72% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—11:47 27.9C 30.8C 22.6C 1011.7hPaCalm 1.6km/h73% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—11:52 28.0C 31.1C 22.7C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h73% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—11:57 28.1C 31.0C 22.3C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h71% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—12:02 28.1C 31.0C 22.3C 1011.7hPaEast 1.6km/h 3.2km/h71% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—12:07 28.2C 31.4C 22.7C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h72% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—12:12 28.2C 31.2C 22.4C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h71% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—12:17 28.2C 31.4C 22.7C 1011.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h72% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—12:22 28.3C 31.8C 23.1C 1011.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h73% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—12:27 28.2C 31.2C 22.4C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h71% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—12:32 28.3C 31.5C 22.6C 1011.4hPaESE 1.6km/h 4.8km/h71% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—12:37 28.1C 30.9C 22.1C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h70% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—12:42 28.0C 30.8C 22.3C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h71% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—12:48 27.9C 30.7C 22.4C 1011.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h72% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—12:53 27.7C 30.4C 22.4C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h73% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—12:58 27.3C 29.8C 22.3C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h74% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—13:03 27.3C 29.8C 22.4C 1011.4hPaCalm 3.2km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—13:08 27.4C 30.4C 23.1C 1011.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—13:13 27.4C 30.2C 22.6C 1011.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—13:18 27.2C 29.6C 22.3C 1011.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—13:23 27.1C 29.5C 22.4C 1011.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—13:28 26.8C 29.0C 22.3C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—13:33 26.7C 28.8C 22.2C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—13:38 26.7C 28.9C 22.3C 1011.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—13:43 26.8C 29.1C 22.4C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—13:48 26.9C 29.3C 22.6C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—13:53 26.9C 29.3C 22.6C 1011.4hPaCalm 4.8km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—13:58 26.7C 28.9C 22.3C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—14:03 26.6C – 22.4C 1011.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—14:08 26.6C – 22.4C 1011.4hPaESE 1.6km/h 4.8km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—14:13 26.6C – 22.4C 1011.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—14:18 26.4C – 22.3C 1011.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—14:23 26.4C – 22.3C 1011.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—14:28 26.6C – 22.6C 1011.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—14:33 26.6C – 22.4C 1010.7hPaCalm 3.2km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—14:38 26.6C – 22.4C 1010.7hPaCalm 1.6km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—14:43 26.6C – 22.2C 1010.7hPaCalm 1.6km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—14:48 26.6C – 22.2C 1010.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—14:53 26.6C – 22.2C 1010.7hPaCalm 1.6km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—14:58 26.7C 28.9C 22.3C 1010.7hPaCalm 1.6km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—15:03 26.8C 29.1C 22.4C 1010.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—15:08 26.8C 29.0C 22.3C 1010.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—15:13 26.9C 29.3C 22.3C 1010.7hPaCalm 1.6km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—15:18 26.8C 29.0C 22.3C 1010.4hPaCalm 3.2km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—15:23 26.8C 29.0C 22.3C 1010.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—15:28 26.9C 29.3C 22.3C 1010.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—15:33 26.8C 29.0C 22.3C 1010.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total—TimeTemp.Heat IndexDew PointPressureWindWind SpeedWind GustHumidityRainfall Rate (Hourly)Solar Radiation00:01 18.3C – 15.0C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^200:06 18.3C – 14.9C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^200:11 18.3C – 14.9C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^200:16 18.3C – 14.9C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^200:21 18.3C – 14.9C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^200:26 18.2C – 14.7C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h80% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^200:31 18.2C – 14.5C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^200:36 18.2C – 14.3C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^200:46 18.1C – 14.2C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^200:51 18.0C – 14.1C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^200:56 17.9C – 14.1C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^201:01 17.9C – 14.1C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^201:11 17.7C – 14.1C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^201:16 17.6C – 13.9C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^201:21 17.5C – 13.8C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^201:26 17.4C – 13.9C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h80% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^201:31 17.4C – 13.9C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h80% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^201:36 17.3C – 13.8C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h80% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^201:41 17.2C – 13.7C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h80% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^201:46 17.2C – 13.7C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h80% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^201:51 17.1C – 13.8C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^201:56 17.1C – 13.8C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^202:01 17.0C – 13.7C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^202:06 16.9C – 13.8C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^202:11 16.9C – 13.8C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^202:16 16.8C – 13.7C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^202:21 16.8C – 13.7C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^202:26 16.8C – 13.9C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^202:31 16.8C – 13.9C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^202:36 16.7C – 13.8C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^202:41 16.7C – 13.8C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^202:46 16.7C – 14.0C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^202:51 16.8C – 14.1C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^202:56 16.8C – 14.1C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^203:01 16.8C – 14.3C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^203:06 16.8C – 14.3C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^203:11 16.8C – 14.3C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^203:16 16.8C – 14.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^203:21 16.8C – 14.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^203:26 16.7C – 14.2C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^203:31 16.7C – 14.2C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^203:36 16.7C – 14.1C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^203:41 16.7C – 14.3C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^203:46 16.6C – 14.3C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^203:51 16.6C – 14.3C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^203:56 16.6C – 14.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^204:01 16.6C – 14.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^204:06 16.6C – 14.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^204:11 16.6C – 14.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^204:16 16.6C – 14.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^204:21 16.5C – 14.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^204:26 16.5C – 14.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^204:31 16.5C – 14.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^204:36 16.4C – 13.9C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^204:41 16.4C – 13.9C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^204:46 16.4C – 14.1C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^204:51 16.4C – 14.1C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^204:56 16.3C – 14.0C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^205:01 16.3C – 14.0C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^205:06 16.3C – 14.0C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^205:11 16.3C – 14.0C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^205:16 16.3C – 13.9C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^205:21 16.3C – 13.9C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^205:26 16.3C – 13.9C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^205:31 16.3C – 14.0C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^205:36 16.3C – 13.9C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^205:41 16.3C – 13.9C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^205:46 16.3C – 13.9C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^205:51 16.2C – 13.9C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^205:56 16.2C – 13.9C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^206:01 16.2C – 13.8C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^206:06 16.2C – 13.8C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^206:16 16.1C – 13.7C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^206:26 16.0C – 13.7C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^206:31 15.9C – 13.6C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^206:36 15.9C – 13.6C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^206:41 15.8C – 13.5C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.0 watts/m^206:46 15.8C – 13.7C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total5.0 watts/m^206:51 15.8C – 13.6C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total7.0 watts/m^206:56 15.8C – 13.6C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total9.0 watts/m^207:01 15.8C – 13.6C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12.0 watts/m^207:06 15.8C – 13.6C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total18.0 watts/m^207:11 15.8C – 13.6C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total28.0 watts/m^207:16 15.8C – 13.7C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total67.0 watts/m^207:21 16.0C – 13.8C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total84.0 watts/m^207:26 16.3C – 14.2C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total102.0 watts/m^207:31 16.7C – 14.5C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total83.0 watts/m^207:36 17.1C – 14.5C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total46.0 watts/m^207:41 17.3C – 14.6C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total118.0 watts/m^207:46 17.4C – 14.5C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total128.0 watts/m^207:51 17.8C – 14.7C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total200.0 watts/m^207:56 18.2C – 14.8C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total125.0 watts/m^208:01 18.6C – 15.2C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total230.0 watts/m^208:06 19.1C – 15.3C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total258.0 watts/m^208:11 19.5C – 15.2C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total269.0 watts/m^208:16 19.7C – 14.9C 1016.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h74% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total278.0 watts/m^208:21 19.9C – 15.2C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h74% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total287.0 watts/m^208:26 20.2C – 14.9C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h72% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total283.0 watts/m^208:31 20.3C – 15.1C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h72% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total392.0 watts/m^208:36 20.6C – 15.1C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h71% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total336.0 watts/m^208:46 21.1C – 15.2C 1016.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h69% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total276.0 watts/m^208:51 21.3C – 15.2C 1016.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h68% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total271.0 watts/m^209:01 21.5C – 15.1C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total276.0 watts/m^209:11 21.4C – 15.1C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total193.0 watts/m^209:16 21.3C – 14.9C 1016.1hPaNE 1.6km/h 0.0km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total243.0 watts/m^209:21 21.2C – 14.8C 1016.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total243.0 watts/m^209:26 21.3C – 14.9C 1016.1hPaCalm 3.2km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total526.0 watts/m^209:31 21.6C – 15.2C 1016.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total534.0 watts/m^209:36 21.8C – 15.2C 1015.8hPaNNW 1.6km/h 0.0km/h66% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total543.0 watts/m^209:41 22.0C – 15.1C 1016.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h65% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total550.0 watts/m^209:46 22.2C – 15.6C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h66% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total557.0 watts/m^209:51 22.4C – 15.2C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h64% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total571.0 watts/m^209:56 22.6C – 15.4C 1015.8hPaNNW 1.6km/h 1.6km/h64% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total587.0 watts/m^210:01 22.8C – 15.4C 1015.8hPaNNW 1.6km/h 1.6km/h63% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total591.0 watts/m^210:06 23.0C – 15.3C 1015.8hPaCalm 3.2km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total612.0 watts/m^210:11 23.1C – 15.6C 1015.8hPaNNE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h63% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total591.0 watts/m^210:16 22.9C – 15.5C 1015.8hPaNorth 1.6km/h 0.0km/h63% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total596.0 watts/m^210:21 22.9C – 15.5C 1015.8hPaENE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h63% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total594.0 watts/m^210:26 23.1C – 15.7C 1015.8hPaCalm 1.6km/h63% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total615.0 watts/m^210:31 23.3C – 15.4C 1015.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total677.0 watts/m^210:36 23.3C – 15.9C 1015.8hPaNW 1.6km/h 0.0km/h63% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total687.0 watts/m^210:41 23.4C – 15.4C 1015.8hPaNNE 1.6km/h 0.0km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total72.0 watts/m^210:46 23.6C – 15.6C 1015.8hPaNW 1.6km/h 0.0km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total680.0 watts/m^210:51 23.6C – 15.9C 1015.8hPaNE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total721.0 watts/m^211:01 23.8C – 15.8C 1015.5hPaENE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total740.0 watts/m^211:06 23.7C – 15.7C 1015.5hPaNNE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total65.0 watts/m^211:11 23.7C – 15.7C 1015.5hPaNE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total95.0 watts/m^211:16 23.7C – 15.7C 1015.5hPaNNW 1.6km/h 0.0km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total95.0 watts/m^211:21 23.8C – 16.1C 1015.5hPaNW 1.6km/h 4.8km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total229.0 watts/m^211:26 24.0C – 16.3C 1015.5hPaEast 1.6km/h 4.8km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total60.0 watts/m^211:31 24.1C – 16.1C 1015.5hPaNorth 1.6km/h 3.2km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total60.0 watts/m^211:36 24.3C – 16.3C 1015.1hPaNNE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total271.0 watts/m^211:41 24.6C – 16.0C 1015.5hPaNNE 1.6km/h 4.8km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total752.0 watts/m^211:46 24.6C – 15.7C 1015.1hPaNorth 1.6km/h 1.6km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total809.0 watts/m^211:51 24.7C – 15.9C 1015.1hPaNNE 1.6km/h 0.0km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total814.0 watts/m^211:56 24.9C – 16.4C 1015.1hPaNNE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total821.0 watts/m^212:01 25.2C – 16.3C 1015.1hPaNE 1.6km/h 0.0km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total817.0 watts/m^212:06 25.3C – 16.4C 1015.1hPaESE 1.6km/h 0.0km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total830.0 watts/m^212:11 25.5C – 16.3C 1015.1hPaNE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total773.0 watts/m^212:16 25.6C – 16.4C 1015.1hPaNNW 1.6km/h 4.8km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total891.0 watts/m^212:26 25.6C – 16.4C 1014.8hPaWNW 1.6km/h 3.2km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total868.0 watts/m^212:36 25.9C – 16.5C 1014.8hPaNNE 1.6km/h 3.2km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total870.0 watts/m^212:41 26.2C – 16.7C 1014.4hPaNorth 1.6km/h 1.6km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total875.0 watts/m^212:51 26.3C – 16.6C 1014.4hPaNNE 3.2km/h 3.2km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total886.0 watts/m^213:01 26.5C – 16.1C 1014.4hPaNNW 3.2km/h 6.4km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total881.0 watts/m^213:06 26.5C – 16.4C 1014.4hPaNW 3.2km/h 3.2km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total875.0 watts/m^213:16 26.4C – 16.1C 1014.4hPaNNW 3.2km/h 0.0km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total870.0 watts/m^213:21 26.6C – 15.9C 1014.4hPaNNW 3.2km/h 3.2km/h52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total874.0 watts/m^213:26 26.6C – 15.9C 1014.4hPaNNE 3.2km/h 0.0km/h52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total872.0 watts/m^213:36 26.7C 27.2C 15.7C 1014.4hPaNorth 3.2km/h 0.0km/h51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total877.0 watts/m^213:41 26.8C 27.2C 15.2C 1014.4hPaWNW 3.2km/h 3.2km/h49% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total884.0 watts/m^213:46 26.8C 27.3C 15.8C 1014.4hPaNNW 3.2km/h 6.4km/h51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total881.0 watts/m^213:56 26.7C 27.1C 14.8C 1014.4hPaNNE 4.8km/h 4.8km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total863.0 watts/m^214:06 26.8C 27.1C 14.6C 1014.1hPaWNW 3.2km/h 6.4km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total840.0 watts/m^214:11 26.9C 27.1C 14.3C 1014.1hPaNNW 3.2km/h 3.2km/h46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total837.0 watts/m^214:16 26.9C 27.1C 14.3C 1014.1hPaWNW 4.8km/h 6.4km/h46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total830.0 watts/m^214:21 27.1C 27.3C 14.8C 1014.1hPaNNE 3.2km/h 4.8km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total828.0 watts/m^214:26 27.1C 27.2C 14.1C 1014.1hPaNE 3.2km/h 0.0km/h45% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total824.0 watts/m^214:31 27.2C 27.3C 14.6C 1014.1hPaNW 4.8km/h 0.0km/h46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total821.0 watts/m^214:36 27.2C 27.3C 14.6C 1014.1hPaNorth 4.8km/h 0.0km/h46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total803.0 watts/m^214:41 27.1C 27.2C 14.1C 1014.1hPaWNW 4.8km/h 4.8km/h45% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total241.0 watts/m^214:46 26.8C 27.0C 14.2C 1013.8hPaWNW 3.2km/h 0.0km/h46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total195.0 watts/m^214:51 26.7C 27.1C 14.8C 1013.8hPaNorth 1.6km/h 0.0km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total142.0 watts/m^214:56 26.5C – 13.9C 1013.8hPaWest 1.6km/h 1.6km/h46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total137.0 watts/m^215:01 26.2C – 14.0C 1013.8hPaNorth 3.2km/h 4.8km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total121.0 watts/m^215:06 26.0C – 13.8C 1013.8hPaNW 3.2km/h 3.2km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total137.0 watts/m^215:11 25.9C – 14.1C 1013.8hPaNW 1.6km/h 1.6km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total144.0 watts/m^215:16 25.8C – 14.0C 1013.8hPaNorth 1.6km/h 1.6km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total167.0 watts/m^215:21 25.8C – 13.9C 1013.4hPaNorth 1.6km/h 0.0km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total156.0 watts/m^215:26 25.8C – 13.6C 1013.4hPaWNW 1.6km/h 1.6km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total153.0 watts/m^215:31 25.7C – 13.9C 1013.4hPaNW 1.6km/h 0.0km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total149.0 watts/m^215:36 25.7C – 13.8C 1013.4hPaNorth 3.2km/h 4.8km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total127.0 watts/m^2TimeTemp.Heat IndexDew PointPressureWindWind SpeedWind GustHumidityRainfall Rate (Hourly)00:01 18.3C – 14.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:06 18.3C – 14.2C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:11 18.4C – 14.3C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:16 18.3C – 14.2C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:21 18.3C – 14.0C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:26 18.3C – 14.0C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:31 18.2C – 13.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:36 18.2C – 13.7C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:41 18.1C – 13.6C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:46 18.1C – 13.6C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:51 18.0C – 13.5C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:56 17.9C – 13.4C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:01 17.9C – 13.4C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:06 17.8C – 13.3C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:11 17.7C – 13.2C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:16 17.6C – 13.1C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:21 17.5C – 13.0C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:26 17.4C – 12.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:31 17.3C – 13.0C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:36 17.2C – 12.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:41 17.1C – 12.8C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:46 17.0C – 12.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:51 16.9C – 12.8C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:56 16.9C – 12.8C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:01 16.9C – 12.8C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:06 16.8C – 12.7C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:11 16.8C – 12.7C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:16 16.8C – 12.7C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:21 16.8C – 12.7C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:26 16.7C – 12.8C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:31 16.6C – 12.7C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:36 16.6C – 12.7C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:41 16.6C – 12.7C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:46 16.6C – 12.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:51 16.6C – 12.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:56 16.6C – 12.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:01 16.6C – 12.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:09 16.6C – 12.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:14 16.5C – 13.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h80% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:19 16.5C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:24 16.4C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:29 16.4C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:34 16.4C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:39 16.3C – 13.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:44 16.3C – 13.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:49 16.3C – 13.1C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:54 16.3C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:59 16.3C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:04 16.3C – 13.2C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:09 16.4C – 13.3C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:14 16.4C – 13.3C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:19 16.4C – 13.3C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:23 16.4C – 13.3C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:28 16.4C – 13.3C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:33 16.4C – 13.3C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:38 16.4C – 13.3C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:43 16.3C – 13.2C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:48 16.3C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:53 16.2C – 13.2C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:58 16.2C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:03 16.2C – 13.2C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:08 16.1C – 13.1C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:13 16.1C – 13.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:18 16.1C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:23 16.1C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:28 16.1C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:33 16.1C – 13.2C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:38 16.1C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:43 16.1C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:48 16.1C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:53 16.0C – 13.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:58 15.9C – 13.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:03 15.9C – 13.1C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:08 15.9C – 13.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:13 15.8C – 12.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:18 15.8C – 12.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:23 15.8C – 12.9C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:28 15.6C – 12.7C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:33 15.6C – 12.7C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:38 15.6C – 12.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:43 15.5C – 12.8C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:48 15.5C – 12.8C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:53 15.5C – 12.8C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:58 15.5C – 12.8C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:03 15.5C – 12.8C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:08 15.5C – 12.8C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:13 15.6C – 12.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:18 15.7C – 13.0C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:23 15.8C – 13.1C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:28 15.9C – 13.2C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:33 16.1C – 13.6C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:38 16.3C – 13.8C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:43 16.4C – 13.7C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:48 16.7C – 13.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:53 16.8C – 13.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:58 16.9C – 13.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:03 17.1C – 14.0C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:08 17.2C – 14.1C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:13 17.3C – 14.2C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:18 17.6C – 14.5C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:23 17.8C – 14.5C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:28 17.9C – 14.6C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h81% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:33 18.1C – 14.6C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h80% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:38 18.3C – 14.5C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:43 18.6C – 14.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:48 19.1C – 15.2C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:53 19.3C – 14.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:58 19.6C – 15.1C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h75% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:03 19.9C – 14.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h73% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:08 20.1C – 15.1C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h73% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:13 20.2C – 15.0C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h72% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:18 20.4C – 14.8C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h70% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:23 20.6C – 14.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h70% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:28 20.8C – 14.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h69% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:33 20.8C – 14.7C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h68% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:38 20.9C – 14.5C 1014.1hPaCalm 5.5km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:43 21.0C – 14.6C 1014.1hPaCalm 5.5km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:48 21.3C – 14.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:53 21.3C – 14.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:58 21.5C – 15.1C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:03 21.6C – 15.2C 1014.1hPaNNE 6.4km/h 6.4km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:08 21.7C – 15.3C 1014.1hPaCalm 6.4km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:13 21.6C – 14.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 13.7km/h66% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:18 21.7C – 15.1C 1014.1hPaCalm 13.7km/h66% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:23 21.8C – 15.2C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h66% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:28 21.9C – 15.2C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h66% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:33 22.3C – 15.2C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h64% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:38 22.4C – 15.2C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h64% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:43 22.6C – 15.2C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h63% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:48 23.1C – 15.7C 1014.1hPaCalm 13.7km/h63% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:53 23.1C – 15.4C 1013.8hPaCalm 13.7km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:58 23.4C – 15.7C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:03 24.0C – 15.8C 1013.8hPaNorth 9.0km/h 9.0km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:08 24.1C – 15.6C 1013.8hPaCalm 12.2km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:13 24.1C – 15.6C 1013.4hPaCalm 12.2km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:18 24.2C – 15.7C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:23 24.4C – 15.6C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:28 24.8C – 15.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:33 25.2C – 16.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:38 25.6C – 16.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:43 25.9C – 15.8C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:48 25.8C – 16.1C 1013.1hPaNNW 5.8km/h 13.4km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:53 25.9C – 15.8C 1013.1hPaNNE 7.2km/h 13.4km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:58 25.9C – 15.8C 1013.1hPaCalm 7.2km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:03 25.9C – 15.8C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:04 25.9C – 15.8C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:09 25.9C – 16.2C 1013.1hPaNorth 12.2km/h 12.2km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:14 25.9C – 15.8C 1013.1hPaCalm 13.0km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:19 26.1C – 16.1C 1012.8hPaCalm 13.0km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:24 26.4C – 16.3C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:29 26.6C – 15.6C 1012.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:34 26.6C – 15.9C 1012.8hPaCalm 11.6km/h52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:39 26.9C 27.4C 15.9C 1012.8hPaNorth 10.1km/h 11.6km/h51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:44 27.0C 27.5C 16.0C 1012.4hPaCalm 10.1km/h51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:49 27.2C 27.6C 15.9C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:54 27.2C 27.6C 15.9C 1012.4hPaCalm 3.2km/h50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:59 27.3C 27.6C 15.6C 1012.4hPaCalm 9.0km/h49% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:04 27.4C 27.7C 15.7C 1012.4hPaCalm 9.0km/h49% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:09 27.4C 27.7C 15.7C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.3km/h49% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:14 27.6C 27.9C 15.6C 1012.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:19 27.8C 28.0C 15.7C 1012.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:24 27.8C 28.0C 15.4C 1012.4hPaCalm 12.2km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:29 27.5C 27.7C 15.1C 1012.4hPaCalm 12.2km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:34 27.5C 27.8C 15.4C 1012.4hPaNorth 5.5km/h 11.1km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:39 27.4C 27.7C 15.4C 1012.4hPaNNE 2.1km/h 5.5km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:44 27.3C 27.6C 15.3C 1012.4hPaCalm 13.4km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:49 27.5C 27.6C 14.8C 1012.4hPaCalm 13.4km/h46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:54 27.6C 27.7C 14.9C 1012.4hPaCalm 4.7km/h46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:59 27.6C 27.7C 14.9C 1012.4hPaCalm 3.5km/h46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:04 27.8C 27.8C 14.7C 1012.1hPaNW 13.4km/h 13.4km/h45% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:09 27.9C 27.8C 14.4C 1012.1hPaNorth 13.4km/h 13.4km/h44% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:14 27.9C 27.7C 13.8C 1012.1hPaNNE 9.7km/h 13.4km/h42% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:19 27.8C 27.6C 13.7C 1012.1hPaNNW 14.8km/h 14.8km/h42% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:24 27.8C 27.6C 13.7C 1012.1hPaSSW 13.7km/h 14.8km/h42% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:29 28.1C 28.0C 14.3C 1012.1hPaCalm 13.7km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:34 28.3C 28.1C 14.5C 1011.7hPaCalm 13.7km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:39 28.1C 27.8C 13.6C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h41% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:44 27.6C 27.5C 13.7C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h42% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:49 27.5C 27.4C 13.4C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h42% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:54 27.2C 27.1C 13.2C 1011.7hPaNNE 8.7km/h 8.7km/h42% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:59 27.0C 27.0C 13.1C 1011.7hPaCalm 8.7km/h42% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:04 26.9C 26.9C 13.2C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:09 26.8C 26.8C 13.2C 1011.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:14 26.7C 26.8C 13.1C 1011.7hPaNNW 9.0km/h 9.0km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:19 26.6C – 12.9C 1011.7hPaCalm 9.0km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:24 26.6C – 12.9C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:29 26.8C 26.8C 13.2C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:34 26.8C 26.8C 12.8C 1011.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h42% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm totalTimeTemp.Dew PointPressureWindWind SpeedWind GustHumidityRainfall Rate (Hourly)00:03 21.9C 7.3C 1007.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h39% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:08 21.6C 7.1C 1007.0hPaNNW 2.6km/h 3.5km/h39% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:13 21.5C 7.3C 1007.0hPaNW 2.6km/h 3.5km/h40% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:18 21.5C 7.3C 1007.0hPaNorth 2.6km/h 2.6km/h40% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:23 21.5C 7.3C 1007.0hPaNorth 2.6km/h 3.5km/h40% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:28 21.5C 7.3C 1007.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h40% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:33 21.4C 7.3C 1007.0hPaCalm 2.6km/h40% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:38 21.4C 7.3C 1007.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h40% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:43 21.4C 6.9C 1007.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h39% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:48 21.3C 7.2C 1007.0hPaNorth 2.6km/h 2.6km/h40% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:53 21.1C 7.3C 1007.0hPaCalm 2.6km/h41% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:58 21.0C 6.9C 1007.0hPaCalm 2.6km/h40% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:03 21.0C 7.3C 1007.0hPaCalm 0.0km/h41% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:08 20.9C 7.9C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:13 20.8C 7.8C 1007.0hPaCalm 2.6km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:18 20.7C 7.7C 1007.3hPaCalm 2.6km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:24 20.6C 7.6C 1007.3hPaNorth 3.5km/h 3.5km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:29 20.3C 7.3C 1007.3hPaNorth 2.6km/h 3.5km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:34 20.2C 7.9C 1007.3hPaCalm 2.6km/h45% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:39 20.1C 8.1C 1007.3hPaSE 2.6km/h 2.6km/h46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:44 20.0C 7.7C 1007.3hPaNorth 2.6km/h 3.5km/h45% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:49 19.9C 8.3C 1007.0hPaNW 2.6km/h 3.5km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:54 19.9C 8.3C 1007.3hPaCalm 2.6km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:59 19.7C 8.1C 1007.3hPaSE 2.6km/h 3.5km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:04 19.7C 8.1C 1007.0hPaNW 3.5km/h 3.5km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:09 19.4C 7.8C 1007.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:14 19.3C 8.0C 1007.3hPaNW 2.6km/h 3.5km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:19 19.2C 7.9C 1007.3hPaCalm 2.6km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:24 19.2C 7.9C 1007.3hPaCalm 2.6km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:29 19.1C 8.2C 1007.3hPaCalm 2.6km/h49% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:34 19.1C 8.2C 1007.3hPaSouth 2.6km/h 2.6km/h49% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:39 19.1C 8.2C 1007.3hPaCalm 2.6km/h49% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:44 19.1C 8.2C 1007.3hPaCalm 2.6km/h49% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:49 19.0C 8.1C 1007.0hPaCalm 0.0km/h49% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:54 19.0C 8.3C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:59 18.9C 8.6C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:04 18.9C 8.6C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:09 18.7C 8.1C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:14 18.5C 7.9C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:19 18.5C 7.9C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:24 18.5C 7.9C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:29 18.3C 8.0C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:34 18.2C 8.2C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:39 18.0C 8.0C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:44 18.0C 8.0C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:49 17.9C 7.9C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:55 17.8C 8.1C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:00 17.6C 7.9C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:05 17.6C 7.9C 1007.3hPaCalm 0.0km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:10 17.6C 7.9C 1007.3hPaNorth 2.6km/h 2.6km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:15 17.3C 7.9C 1007.3hPaCalm 3.5km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:20 17.3C 7.6C 1007.3hPaNorth 2.6km/h 3.5km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:25 17.3C 7.6C 1007.3hPaCalm 3.5km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:30 17.3C 7.6C 1007.3hPaCalm 2.6km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:35 17.2C 7.8C 1007.7hPaCalm 2.6km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:40 17.2C 7.8C 1007.3hPaCalm 2.6km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:45 17.2C 7.6C 1007.3hPaCalm 2.6km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:50 17.2C 7.6C 1007.7hPaNW 2.6km/h 2.6km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:55 17.0C 7.6C 1007.7hPaCalm 2.6km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:00 17.0C 7.6C 1007.7hPaCalm 2.6km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:05 17.0C 7.6C 1007.7hPaCalm 2.6km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:10 17.1C 7.4C 1007.7hPaNorth 3.5km/h 3.5km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:15 16.9C 7.6C 1007.7hPaNorth 3.5km/h 5.0km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:20 16.8C 7.4C 1007.7hPaNorth 3.5km/h 5.0km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:25 16.6C 7.6C 1007.7hPaCalm 3.5km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:30 16.6C 7.6C 1008.0hPaNorth 2.6km/h 3.5km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:35 16.5C 7.4C 1008.0hPaNorth 3.5km/h 3.5km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:40 16.4C 7.6C 1008.0hPaNW 2.6km/h 3.5km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:45 16.3C 7.5C 1008.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:50 16.2C 7.7C 1008.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:55 16.2C 7.7C 1008.0hPaNorth 3.5km/h 3.5km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:00 16.2C 7.4C 1008.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:05 16.1C 7.6C 1008.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:10 16.0C 7.5C 1008.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:15 15.9C 7.7C 1008.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:20 15.8C 7.8C 1008.0hPaCalm 0.0km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:25 15.7C 7.7C 1008.0hPaNW 2.6km/h 2.6km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:30 15.7C 7.7C 1008.0hPaNW 3.5km/h 3.5km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:35 15.6C 7.6C 1008.4hPaCalm 3.5km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:40 15.6C 7.9C 1008.4hPaCalm 5.0km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:45 15.5C 7.6C 1008.4hPaNorth 2.6km/h 5.0km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:50 15.5C 7.6C 1008.4hPaCalm 2.6km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:55 15.4C 7.7C 1008.4hPaNW 2.6km/h 2.6km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:01 15.4C 7.7C 1008.4hPaNorth 2.6km/h 2.6km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:06 15.4C 7.7C 1008.4hPaNorth 2.6km/h 2.6km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:11 15.5C 7.6C 1008.4hPaCalm 2.6km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:16 15.6C 7.6C 1008.4hPaCalm 2.6km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:21 15.7C 7.7C 1008.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:26 15.8C 7.8C 1008.4hPaCalm 2.6km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:31 15.7C 7.7C 1008.4hPaCalm 2.6km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:36 15.7C 7.9C 1008.7hPaCalm 2.6km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:41 15.7C 8.2C 1008.7hPaCalm 2.6km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:46 15.8C 8.3C 1008.7hPaCalm 1.1km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:51 16.0C 8.2C 1008.7hPaCalm 1.1km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:56 16.2C 8.4C 1008.7hPaCalm 1.1km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:01 16.6C 8.6C 1008.7hPaCalm 1.1km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:06 17.0C 8.7C 1008.7hPaCalm 1.1km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:11 17.4C 8.8C 1008.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:16 17.8C 8.9C 1008.7hPaCalm 1.1km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:21 18.4C 9.2C 1008.7hPaNorth 3.5km/h 3.5km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:26 18.9C 8.8C 1008.7hPaNorth 2.6km/h 3.5km/h52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:31 19.4C 8.7C 1008.7hPaCalm 3.5km/h50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:36 19.8C 8.8C 1008.7hPaNorth 3.5km/h 5.0km/h49% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:41 20.2C 8.8C 1008.7hPaCalm 5.0km/h48% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:46 20.5C 8.8C 1008.7hPaNorth 5.0km/h 5.0km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:51 20.9C 8.8C 1008.7hPaCalm 5.0km/h46% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:56 21.3C 8.6C 1008.7hPaNorth 5.0km/h 5.0km/h44% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:01 21.5C 8.4C 1008.7hPaCalm 5.0km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:06 22.0C 8.5C 1008.7hPaCalm 5.0km/h42% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:11 22.2C 8.7C 1008.7hPaNW 3.5km/h 6.1km/h42% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:16 22.5C 8.9C 1008.7hPaNW 2.6km/h 6.1km/h42% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:21 22.9C 9.3C 1008.7hPaCalm 5.0km/h42% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:26 23.2C 9.6C 1008.7hPaCalm 3.5km/h42% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:31 23.5C 9.5C 1008.7hPaCalm 1.1km/h41% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:36 23.7C 9.7C 1008.7hPaCalm 2.6km/h41% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:41 23.9C 9.5C 1008.7hPaCalm 2.6km/h40% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:46 24.2C 9.4C 1008.7hPaCalm 2.6km/h39% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:51 24.4C 9.2C 1008.7hPaEast 3.5km/h 3.5km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:56 24.8C 9.1C 1008.7hPaCalm 3.5km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:01 24.9C 9.2C 1008.7hPaEast 2.6km/h 3.5km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:06 25.2C 8.7C 1008.7hPaNE 3.5km/h 5.0km/h35% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:11 25.3C 8.8C 1008.7hPaEast 3.5km/h 5.0km/h35% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:16 25.5C 8.9C 1008.7hPaSE 3.5km/h 5.0km/h35% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:21 25.9C 9.3C 1008.7hPaEast 2.6km/h 5.0km/h35% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:26 26.0C 8.5C 1008.7hPaEast 2.6km/h 5.0km/h33% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:31 26.0C 8.9C 1008.7hPaCalm 5.0km/h34% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:36 26.0C 9.4C 1008.4hPaCalm 2.6km/h35% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:41 26.0C 9.4C 1008.4hPaSouth 2.6km/h 2.6km/h35% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:46 26.0C 9.4C 1008.4hPaCalm 3.5km/h35% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:51 26.0C 8.5C 1008.4hPaNW 2.6km/h 3.5km/h33% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:56 26.0C 8.9C 1008.4hPaCalm 2.6km/h34% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:01 26.0C 8.9C 1008.4hPaCalm 2.6km/h34% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:06 26.0C 8.5C 1008.0hPaNorth 3.5km/h 3.5km/h33% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:11 26.4C 8.8C 1008.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h33% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:16 26.4C 8.8C 1008.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h33% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:21 26.7C 9.1C 1008.0hPaCalm 1.1km/h33% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:26 26.7C 9.6C 1008.0hPaCalm 1.1km/h34% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:31 26.8C 9.7C 1008.0hPaCalm 1.1km/h34% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:37 26.9C 9.3C 1008.0hPaCalm 1.1km/h33% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:42 27.0C 8.9C 1008.0hPaCalm 1.1km/h32% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:47 27.0C 9.4C 1008.0hPaCalm 0.0km/h33% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:52 26.9C 9.3C 1008.0hPaCalm 0.0km/h33% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:57 27.0C 8.4C 1008.0hPaCalm 0.0km/h31% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:02 27.0C 8.9C 1007.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h32% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:07 27.2C 9.1C 1008.0hPaCalm 0.0km/h32% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:12 27.5C 8.9C 1007.7hPaCalm 3.5km/h31% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:17 27.8C 7.1C 1007.7hPaCalm 5.0km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:22 28.1C 8.9C 1007.7hPaNE 2.6km/h 5.0km/h30% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:27 28.5C 9.3C 1007.3hPaSE 2.6km/h 5.0km/h30% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:32 28.8C 9.0C 1007.3hPaEast 7.2km/h 7.2km/h29% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:37 29.3C 8.4C 1007.3hPaSouth 6.1km/h 7.2km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:42 29.5C 8.6C 1007.3hPaSE 2.6km/h 7.2km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:47 29.6C 8.7C 1007.3hPaSW 2.6km/h 6.1km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:52 29.7C 8.2C 1007.3hPaSSW 3.5km/h 5.0km/h26% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:57 29.7C 8.2C 1007.3hPaSE 7.2km/h 7.2km/h26% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:02 29.8C 8.3C 1007.0hPaEast 3.5km/h 7.2km/h26% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:07 29.9C 8.3C 1007.0hPaWest 2.6km/h 6.1km/h26% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:12 30.1C 8.5C 1007.0hPaSouth 2.6km/h 6.1km/h26% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:17 30.1C 8.5C 1007.0hPaCalm 3.5km/h26% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:22 30.0C 7.8C 1007.0hPaSouth 3.5km/h 3.5km/h25% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:27 29.9C 8.9C 1007.0hPaCalm 6.1km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:32 29.8C 8.8C 1007.0hPaSW 2.6km/h 6.1km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:37 29.8C 8.8C 1007.0hPaSouth 2.6km/h 3.5km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:42 29.7C 8.7C 1007.0hPaSW 2.6km/h 5.0km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:47 29.6C 8.7C 1006.7hPaSouth 3.5km/h 5.0km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:52 29.6C 8.7C 1006.7hPaCalm 3.5km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:57 29.6C 8.7C 1007.0hPaSW 2.6km/h 3.5km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:02 29.5C 9.1C 1006.7hPaSouth 5.0km/h 6.1km/h28% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:07 29.4C 8.5C 1006.7hPaSouth 2.6km/h 6.1km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:12 29.3C 8.4C 1006.7hPaNE 2.6km/h 5.0km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:17 29.2C 8.3C 1006.7hPaSE 2.6km/h 5.0km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:22 29.1C 8.2C 1006.7hPaCalm 5.0km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:27 29.1C 8.8C 1007.0hPaSouth 5.0km/h 5.0km/h28% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:32 29.1C 8.2C 1006.7hPaSE 2.6km/h 5.0km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:37 29.1C 8.2C 1006.7hPaSW 8.7km/h 8.7km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:42 29.1C 7.7C 1006.7hPaCalm 8.7km/h26% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:47 29.1C 8.2C 1006.3hPaCalm 8.7km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:53 29.1C 8.8C 1006.3hPaEast 2.6km/h 2.6km/h28% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:57 29.2C 8.8C 1006.3hPaSE 2.6km/h 5.0km/h28% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:03 29.3C 8.4C 1006.3hPaESE 3.5km/h 5.0km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:08 29.4C 8.5C 1006.3hPaEast 2.6km/h 3.5km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:13 29.5C 8.6C 1006.3hPaSE 2.6km/h 5.0km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:18 29.6C 8.7C 1006.0hPaSE 2.6km/h 5.0km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:23 29.6C 8.7C 1006.0hPaWest 2.6km/h 3.5km/h27% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:28 29.6C 9.2C 1006.0hPaCalm 2.6km/h28% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:33 29.6C 9.2C 1006.0hPaWest 2.6km/h 2.6km/h28% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:37 29.6C 9.2C 1006.0hPaSE 3.5km/h 3.5km/h28% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm totalTimeTemp.Heat IndexDew PointPressureWindWind SpeedWind GustHumidityRainfall Rate (Hourly)Solar RadiationClouds00:03 19.5C – 8.5C 1009.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h49% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC00:08 19.4C – 8.4C 1009.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h49% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC00:13 19.3C – 8.9C 1009.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC00:18 19.2C – 8.8C 1009.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC00:23 19.1C – 9.1C 1009.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC00:28 19.0C – 8.9C 1009.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC00:33 18.9C – 8.6C 1009.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC00:38 18.8C – 8.4C 1009.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC00:43 18.7C – 8.6C 1009.7hPaCalm 1.6km/h52% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC00:48 18.6C – 8.8C 1009.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC00:53 18.5C – 8.8C 1009.7hPaCalm 1.6km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC00:58 18.3C – 8.6C 1009.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC01:04 18.3C – 8.6C 1009.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC01:09 18.2C – 8.4C 1009.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC01:14 18.1C – 8.3C 1009.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC01:19 17.9C – 8.5C 1009.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC01:24 17.8C – 8.7C 1009.7hPaCalm 0.0km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0.00 watts/m^2SKC01:29 17.7C

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