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0310 UTC WWV
Solar Flux: 70
|Daily Rainfall note:
Oceanside, Pacific City, Roads End, and
Yachats daily rainfall starts and ends
at local midnight. Other sites use UTC.
Their day ends and new day starts
at 4 p.m. PST / 5 p.m. PDT.
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Yearly Rainfall Archive
(Rain year starts 1 Oct, ends Sep 30)
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Nothing heard > 16 min= Yellow
Gale (39-54 MPH) = Yellow
Storm (55-72 MPH) = Red
Hurricane Force (73+ MPH) =Purple
Below freezing = Blue
80 to 89 = Yellow
90 and above = red
Baro: Rapid pressure drop
>0.18" in 3 hours = Yellow
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Rain gauge replaced Feb 09.
Anemometer usually freezes up when below freezing and moisture in air.
Anemometer cups replaced 1 Feb 09.
Pacific City - Inland:
Wind speed shown at Pacific City will be lower than the beaches or headlands due to tree blockage.
Site is 2.1 miles inland near Hwy 101courtesy of W7LI.
Pacific City - Beach:
Located on the ocean front in Pacific City. Site courtesy of KB7ADH. Installed Sep 21, 2009.
Humidity sensor replaced 3 Oct 09.
New anemometer installed 4 Mar 18.
Cline Hill (Located off Hwy 20 near Eddyville)
Anemometer replaced 9 Jan 09. Rain gauge has failed.
Anemometer somewhat blocked by nearby trees.
Peet weather station and site location courtesy of Don Tucker, W7WLL.