Friday, January 05, 2018

 

  • Day No:5
  • Days Remaining in 2018:360
  • Sunrise: 7:40 AM EST
  • Sunset 5:07 PM EST
  • Length of Day: 5 Hours and 27 minutes
  • Moon Age: 18  Days
  • Moon Phase: Waning Gibbous (Illumination: 84%)

My Statistics

Temperature (Degrees):

  • High: 14.9
  • Low: 0.9
  • Average: 7.9

Relative Humidity (Percent):

  • High:  65%
  • Low: 47 %
  • Average: 57

CoCoRaHS Gauge:

  • Snow: 0.2″ / .5(Month) / 7.5″ (Season)
  • Rain/Melted Snow: 0.03 ” / 0.04 (Month) / 0.04″ (Year)

Notable from the NWS Pittsburgh Office:

Temperature (Degrees):

  • Maximum:
    • Today: 9 @ 3:46 PM EST
    • Normal: 36
    • Record: 7, set in 1946
  • Minimum:
    • Today: -1 @ 8:45 AM EST
    • Normal: 21
    • Record: -6, set in 1884
  • Average for Jan. 5: 4

Relative Humidity (Percent)

  • Maximum: 75% @ 4 AM EST
  • Minimum: 55 @ 2 PM EST

Precipitation:

  • Today: 0.00″
  • For the Month: T
  • For the Year: T

Snowfall:

  • Today: 0.0″
  • For the Month: 0.9″
  • For the Year: 0.9″
  • For the Season: 14.9″
  • Snow Depth: 2.0″

River Forecast on the Youghiogheny River @ Connellsville, PA

  • River Stage @ 7:00 AM: 2.8′
  • Difference from yesterday’s stage 0.06′
  • Tomorrow’s Stage @ 7:00 AM: 2.80′
  • Flood Stage: 12 Feet.

Routine Fire Weather Forecast

For the Fire Weather Forecast: Bitterly cold temperatures will continue through Saturday before a gradual warmup will bring readings back to near seasonal averages by Monday. An approaching frontal system will accompany improvement in temperatures however, bringing the chance for minor snow accumulations to the region on Monday, perhaps changing to a wintry mix in some areas. . The Haines Index will be 3 on Saturday and 4 on Saturday night into Sunday.

Air Quality Forecast

The Air Quality forecast for Saturday 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: 5:28  PM EST
  • Length of Day: 9 Hours and  28 minutes
  • Moon Age: 19 Days
  • Moon Phase: Waning Gibbous (Illumination: 75%)
  • Synopsis:
    Bitterly cold temperatures will continue through Saturday before a gradual warmup will bring readings back to near seasonal averages by Monday. An approaching frontal system will accompany improvement in temperatures however, bringing the chance for minor snow accumulations to the region on Monday, perhaps changing to a wintry mix in some areas.

 

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