Nov 2342° /26°FShowers; areas of morning fog
- Very Good
- at the bus stop
- T-storms: 20%
- Precip: 76%
- Wind Gust: 15 mph
- Winds from the
- S 10 mph
- Gusts: 15 mph
- Max UV Index: 1 (Low)
- Thunderstorms: 20%
- Precipitation: 0.26 in
- Rain: 0.26 in
- Snow: 0 in
- Ice: 0 in
- Hours of Precipitation: 4.5 hrs
- Hours of Rain: 4.5 hrs
- Winds from the
- WSW 8 mph
- Gusts: 14 mph
- Max UV Index: N/A
- Thunderstorms: 0%
- Precipitation: 0.16 in
- Rain: 0.12 in
- Snow: 0.1 in
- Ice: 0.02 in
- Hours of Precipitation: 4 hrs
- Hours of Rain: 1.5 hrs
Temperature Historymore Historical Weather Data >
- Sunrise: 7:29 AM
- Sunset: 4:44 PM
- Duration: 9:15 hr
- Moonrise: 5:33 PM
- Moonset: 8:50 AM
- Duration: 15:17 hr
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