Tuesday, January 02, 2018

 

  • Day No.: 2
  • Days Remaining in 2018: 363
  • Sunrise: 7:40 AM EST
  • Sunset: 5:05 PM EST
  • Length of Day: 9 Hours and 25 minutes
  • Moon Age: 15 Days
  • Moon Phase:
    The Moon was in a Full Moon phase. During a Full Moon the moon is 100% illuminated as seen from Earth and is on the opposite side of the Earth from the Sun. The Moon will be visible throughout the night sky rising at sunset in the east and setting with the sunrise the next morning.

My Statistics

Temperature (Degrees):

  • High: 19
  • Low: 2

Relative Humidity (Percent):

  • High: 57%
  • Low: 55%

CoCoRaHS Gauge:

  • Snow: .3″ / .3 (Month) / 7.3″ (Season)
  • Rain/Melted Snow: 0.01″ / 0.01 (Month) / 0.01″ (Year)

Notable from the NWS Pittsburgh Office:

Temperature (Degrees):

  • Maximum:
    • Today: 14 @ 3:59 PM EST
    • Normal: 36
    • Record: 66, set in 2000 and 1890
  • Minimum:
    • Today: 6 @ 9:03 AM EST
    • Normal: 22
    • Record: -8, set in 1879
  • Average for Jan. 2:10

Relative Humidity (Percent)

  • Maximum: 80% @ 3:00 AM EST
  • Minimum: 55 @ 4:00 PM EST

River Forecast on the Youghiogheny River @ Connellsville, PA

  • River Stage @ 7:00 AM: 2.74′
  • Difference from yesterday’s stage: -0.16′
  • Tomorrow’s Stage @ 7:00 AM: 2.70′
  • Flood Stage: 12 Feet.

Routine Fire Weather Foecast

For the Fire Weather Forecast: High pressure brings mostly snow-free weather from this
through Wednesday. Another arctic front will reinforce the frigid temperatures thereafter, with snow shower chances returning for the remainder of the week. The Haines Index will be 4 over the next 36 hours.


Air Quality Forecast

The Air Quality forecast for Wednesday in Pittsburgh is code level GREEN,
which is good, and means little or no health risk. The primary pollutant will be particles.


Tomorrow’s Outlook

  • Sunrise: 7:40 AM EST
  • Sunset: 5:06 PM EST
  • Length of Day: 9 Hours and 26 minutes
  • Moon Age: 16 Days
  • Moon Phase:
    The moon tomorrow will be in a Waning Gibbous Phase. This is the first phase after the Full Moon occurs. It lasts roughly 7 days with the Moon’s illumination growing smaller each day until the Moon becomes a Last Quarter Moon with a illumination of 50%. The average Moon rise for this phase is between 9am and Midnight depending on the age of the phase. The moon rises later and later each night setting after sunrise in the morning. During this phase the Moon can also be seen in the early morning daylight hours on the western horizon.
  • Synopsis: High pressure brings mostly snow-free weather from this
    through Wednesday. Another arctic front will reinforce the frigid temperatures thereafter, with snow shower chances returning for the remainder of the week.

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