Weather Station sponsored by
Colusa
NET
Data since August 2006.  Rain year begins July 1.
( History Graphs )
 
Current Weather at Colusa, CA

Current Outside Temperature Current Outside Humidity Current Outside Dewpoint Current Wind Chill Current Barometer

Network Room Temp Network Room Humidity Current Wind Direction Current Wind Speed 10 minute avg wind speed

Current Heat Index Current THW Index Air Density Current UV Index Current Solar Radiation

Today's Rain  Storm Rain Total  Current Rain Rate  Monthly Rain Total  Yearly Rain Total

Temperature
46.1F
Humidity
78%
Dewpoint
39.6F
Wind
SSW at 9.0 mph
Barometer
29.669 in & Rising Slowly
Today's Rain
0.00 in
Rain Rate
0.00 in/hr
Storm Total
3.00 in
Monthly Rain
5.20 in
Yearly Rain (July 1)
18.25 in
Wind Chill
39.8F
THW Index
39.5F
Heat Index
45.8F
UV
0.0 index
Solar Radiation
0 W/m
Today's Highs/Lows

High Temperature

Low Temperature

49.6F   at   12:10a

46.0F  at    3:25a

High Humidity

Low Humidity

79%    at   3:14a

61%   at   12:00a

High Dewpoint

Low Dewpoint

40.0F   at   2:33a

36.0F at  12:00a

High Barometer

Low Barometer

29.670 in   at   1:59a

29.616 in  at   12:00a

High Rain Rate

0.00 in/hr   at  ----

Low Wind Chill

40.0F   at 3:26a

High Heat Index

49.0F   at  12:00a

High UV

0.0 index  at   ----

High Solar Radiation

0 W/m  at   ----

We need your help.  ColusaNET is looking for any local owners of laboratory grade weather instruments to compare readings with our new weather station.  Our goal is to calibrate the sensors as closely as possible to real, accurate, local conditions.  If you have a highly accurate barometer, thermometer, or hygrometer, please email me directly (rkunze-at-colusanet.com) so we can get together and compare readings.  So far we've been unable to get any local, accurate data.

Additionally, if you have any year-to-date weather data such as rainfall etc, please send it so I can use it in the historic database.    Having a local weather station will aid anyone who seeks real time local data.  The more historical data we can acquire, the more helpful it will be.  (Rk)