January 8, 2018

 

  • Day No.: 8
  • Days Remaining in 2018:357
  • Sunrise: 7:40 AM EST
  • Sunset: 5:10 PM EST
  • Length of Day: 9 Hours and 30 minutes
  • Moon Age: 21 Days
  • Moon Phase: Last Quarter (55% Illumination)

My Statistics

Temperature (Degrees):

  • High: 39.2
  • Low:33.6
  • Average: 36.2

Relative Humidity (Percent):

  • High: 91 %
  • Low: 19 %
  • Average 55%

CoCoRaHS Gauge:

  • Snow: 0.0″ / .5(Month) / 7.5″ (Season)
  • Rain/Melted Snow: 0.0″ / 0.04 (Month) / 0.04″ (Year)

Notable from the NWS Pittsburgh Office:

Temperature (Degrees):

  • Maximum:
    • Today:34 @ 3:59 PM EST
    • Normal: 36
    • Record: 69 (2008)
  • Minimum:
    • Today: 28@ 12:31 AM EST
    • Normal: 22
    • Record: -9 (1942)
  • Average for today: 31

Relative Humidity (Percent)

  • Maximum: 96% @ 9 AM EST
  • Minimum: 31@ 12 AM EST

Precipitation:

  • Today: 0.24″
  • For the Month 0.24″
  • For the Year 0.24″

Snowfall:

  • Today: 2.0″
  • For the Month: 3.0″
  • For the Year: 3.0″
  • For the Season: 16.3″
  • Snow Depth: 2″

River Forecast on the Youghiogheny River @ Connellsville, PA

  • River Stage @ 7:00 AM: 2.81′
  • Difference from yesterday’s stage 0.00′
  • Tomorrow’s Stage @ 7:00 AM: 2.60′
  • Flood Stage: 12 Feet.

Routine Fire Weather Forecast

For the Fire Weather Forecast: clouds and a slow warm up after this low pressure system passes Tuesday morning. A January thaw takes places mid week with highs soaring into the 50s and 60s melting any left over snow. Low pressure will bring widespread precipitation Saturday with a return to below normal temperatures. The Haines Index will be 4 tomorrow day and night with 2 on Wednesday.

Air Quality Forecast

The Air Quality forecast for Tuesday 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: 5:11  PM EST
  • Length of Day: 9 Hours and 31  minutes
  • Moon Age: 22 Days
  • Moon Phase: Waning Crescent (Illumination: 44%)
  • Synopsis: clouds and a slow warm up after this low pressure system passes Tuesday morning. A January thaw takes places mid week with highs soaring into the 50s and 60s melting any left over snow. Low pressure will bring widespread precipitation Saturday with a return to below normal temperatures.

 

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