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Current Observations Table Explainer
S.M.U.S Community Rowing Centre
|Temperature: ||11.4 °C|
L: 8.6 °C, H: 12.8 °C
|Humidity: ||74 %|
|Dewpoint: ||7 °C|
|Pressure: ||1017 hPa |
|Insolation: ||621 W/m2|
|UV Index: ||0|
|Rain: ||2.79 mm|
|Wind Speed: ||24 km/hr W|
Gust: 40.2 km/hr
|Water Temperature 1: ||16.1 °C|
|Water Temperature 2: ||12.2 °C|
The current observations table shows measured values from the most recent minute that have
reached the main database. We record minute averages of each variable but these are calculated
from up to 30 samples from the instruments.
Under the current temperature we show the low (L) and high (H) from the last 24 hours of the
Under the minute average wind speed we show the strongest single observation of wind speed
that we recorded in that minute. We call this the wind gust and it's shown on the wind
graphs as a cyan line. This value gives some idea of the minute to minute variability of wind
speed at the site.
At three sites on the Gorge waterway in Victoria we are now measuring water temperatures at the surface and at one or two metres depth.
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Last Modified: June 25 2021 13:53:11.