MONTHLY CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY for FEBRUARY 2010

DATA | STATISTICS | GRAPHS | CONDITIONS

CONDITIONS DAY of Month: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

                     
NAME: 3270 Nowell   CITY: West Juneau   STATE: Alaska 
ELEV:    97 ft  LAT: 58 17' 33" N  LONG: 134 25' 37" W


TEMPERATURE (F), RAIN  (in), WIND SPEED (mph), SNOW (in). Snowfall from 21:00 - 21:00, all others Midnight to Midnight.

                                      HEAT  COOL        AVG                      WIND       SNOW        
    MEAN                              DEG   DEG         WIND                DOM  RUN        ON(1)       
DAY TEMP  HIGH   TIME   LOW    TIME   DAYS  DAYS  RAIN  SPEED HIGH   TIME   DIR  (mi)  SNOW GRND WEATHER
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 1  34.5  35.9  12:15p  32.7   6:50a  30.5   0.0  0.03   0.0   2.0  12:05a    W   0.00  0.0  0.0 Brks-SltBrk Cd/VryLtSpr-LtSpr-Mst-VryLtDriz-FewLulls
 2  35.0  36.9  12:55p  33.4  11:25p  30.0   0.0  0.02   0.0   2.0   2:20p    W   0.00  0.0  0.0 Cd/Spr-LtRn Foggy-Cd/LoFog-Cds/FewSpr Cd-LoCds/OccSp 
 3  34.1  35.3  11:50a  33.2   2:00a  30.9   0.0  0.05   0.6   8.0   4:15p  SSE  13.05 TRCE  0.0 Cldy/VryLtSn&Sn-Rn/VryLt-ExtmLtSpr Cld/Sn-Rn Cld/Spr
 4  35.0  40.5  12:40p  31.2  11:55p  30.0   0.0  0.02   0.3  10.0  10:15a  SSE   7.34  0.0  0.0 Cd/Sp-VryLtRn Brks MCd PCd MCd Cd Cd/Rn Cd Brks MClr
 5  37.8  44.9   3:50p  31.2  12:05a  27.2   0.0 TRACE   0.8  14.0   6:45a  WSW  18.75  0.0  0.0 Cld-OccHintsBlu Cld/Spr Cd-OccHintsBlu Cd-Brks PCld
 6  40.5  47.6   4:30a  37.0   1:40a  24.5   0.0  0.32   1.3  21.0   9:25a  SSE  30.42  0.0  0.0 Cld LtWnd Cld/VryLtRn-Spr-Rn-VryLtDriz-Spr-FewLulls
 7  41.3  43.2   7:25p  39.9  12:05a  23.6   0.0  0.14   1.8  16.0   2:25a  SSE  43.90  0.0  0.0 Cld/VryLtSpr-LtRn Cld Cld/RnShrs Cld Cld/VryLtRn
 8  36.1  40.5  12:15a  31.9  11:55p  28.9   0.0  0.02   0.8  11.0  12:25a  WSW  18.26  0.0  0.0 Cd/LtRn Cd VarCd-PCd&Brks/FewVryLtR-Drz-Sn-SpShrs Cd
 9  34.4  37.2   1:35p  31.5  12:30a  30.6   0.0 TRACE   0.1   9.0   8:05p    E   3.39  0.1  0.0 Cldy/VryLtSn Cld-ThnnerSpots-Areas Cld-HntsBlue Cldy
10  36.8  40.5  12:45p  33.2   8:25a  28.2   0.0  0.00   0.4  14.0  11:30p  WSW   8.92  0.0  0.0 Cd Sm-TnyBrks MCd Sm-TnyBrks M/PCd Cd-VarBrks MCd 
11  38.3  43.3  12:20p  34.9   1:25a  26.7   0.0  0.00   1.1  31.0  10:15a  WSW  25.89  0.0  0.0 Cd-OccThnnrCds Lt-Wndy HntsBlu Cd Brks-SmClrAreas Cd
12  36.3  41.6   3:30p  29.8   8:10a  28.5   0.0 TRACE   0.4  10.0  12:35p  WSW   9.01  0.0  0.0 PCd MClr PCd VryThn-ThnshCds-FiltBlu Ovcst Cd Cd/Spr
13  42.1  48.6   6:50p  33.2   1:20a  22.9   0.0  0.02   5.2  38.0   3:55p  ENE 125.04  0.0  0.0 Cd Brks-HntsBrks Brz-Wndy Cd-Ovcst Cd/Sp Cd Cd/RnShr
14  41.2  45.1  10:35a  39.2   1:40a  23.8   0.0  0.13   2.2  21.0  11:00a  SSE  51.98  0.0  0.0 Cd/LtRn Cd MCd OccLt-Brz Cd/FewSp Cd/SpToRn-FewLulls
15  42.1  46.7  11:00p  37.6   8:15a  22.9   0.0  0.05   3.1  29.0   9:10p    E  75.17  0.0  0.0 Cd/Rn Cd-FltBrks Cd-LtRn VarCdToPCd-Brks Brz-Wndy Cd
16  40.4  45.5  12:20a  37.0   7:20a  24.6   0.0  0.11   2.2  26.0   1:10a  SSE  53.77  0.0  0.0 Brzy-Windy Cd Cd/VryLtSprToRain Cd Cd/OccLtRn-Mst
17  38.2  40.6  12:05a  33.4  11:35p  26.8   0.0  0.24   0.8  11.0   8:55a  SSE  18.74  0.0  0.0 Cld Cld/ExtrmLtMist-Spr-Lt-VryLtRn-Driz-Rn Cld
18  32.7  38.8   1:40p  29.5  11:55p  32.3   0.0  0.00   0.1   6.0   5:50a    W   2.97  0.0  0.0 VarFog-PCdAbove DecrFg PCd MClr Clr Clr-FogHdngMnlnd
19  32.5  42.9  12:50p  27.8   7:00a  32.5   0.0  0.00   0.1   4.0   4:10a    W   3.04  0.0  0.0 Clr-VarFogOverChannel Frost Clr Clr-VarFogOveChannel
20  31.3  40.5   1:40p  27.2   7:30a  33.7   0.0  0.00   0.1   7.0  12:40p    W   1.46  0.0  0.0 Clr-VarFogOverChannel Frost Clr Clr-VarFogOveChannel
21  29.4  38.2   1:40p  24.8   6:05a  35.6   0.0  0.00   0.1   4.0   1:05a    W   1.93  0.0  0.0 Clear-VarFogOverChannel-Ovhd Frost Clear
22  30.0  39.1   1:35p  25.7   7:20a  35.0   0.0  0.00   0.1   7.0   8:30a  WSW   1.70  0.0  0.0 Clear Frost Fog-VarFog Clear MClr
23  34.2  40.9   3:25p  26.6   2:35a  30.8   0.0  0.03   0.1   7.0  12:40p  SSE   2.98  0.0  0.0 InCrCd Cd Cd-LtRnToSpr Cd-VarBrks PCd Cd PCd Brks Cd
24  36.6  39.5   1:40p  34.3   5:55a  28.4   0.0  0.08   0.1   8.0   3:45p  SSE   1.58  0.0  0.0 Cd/OccLtRn-Spr Cd Cd/Sp-VryLtRn-Drz-Mst Cd Cd/VryLtR
25  38.6  41.6   2:50p  35.3   3:35a  26.4   0.0  0.26   0.7  13.0   3:15a  SSE  16.75  0.0  0.0 Cld/Lt-VryLtRn-Rn-Spr-Driz Cld Cd/VryLtRn-Spr-Mst Cd
26  36.8  44.2   2:15p  30.3  11:10p  28.2   0.0 TRACE?  1.0  13.0  10:20a    W  24.10  0.0  0.0 TrcRn? Cd MClr Clr-VarFog MClr PCd VryThn-ThnshCd-Hz
27  34.9  39.5   8:40p  30.6  12:05a  30.1   0.0  0.08   0.4   9.0   9:05p  SSE   9.82  0.3  0.0 Fog-Cdy Cd Cd/Sn Cd/LtR-Drz-Sp-R Cd/OccSp-VryLtR-Mst
28  39.2  40.5   4:45p  38.3  10:15p  25.8   0.0  0.38   0.6  11.0   6:20p  SSE  13.70  0.0  0.0 Cldy/Rain-LtRn-Spr-VryLtRn 
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    36.4  48.6    13    24.8    21   799.4   0.0  1.98   0.9  38.0    13    SSE 583.66  0.4

(1) As measured on Front Lawn 
STATISTICS | DATA | GRAPHS | CONDITIONS - DAY of MONTH: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 | TOP 
AVERAGE Mean Temp:	36.4
AVERAGE High Temp:	41.4
MINIMUM High Temp:	35.3	3rd
MAXIMUM High Temp:	48.6	13th
AVERAGE Low Temp:	32.5
MINIMUM Low Temp:	24.8	21st
MAXIMUM Low Temp:	39.9	7th
		
MAX >= 90.0:		0
MAX >= 80.0:		0
MAX >= 70.0:		0
MAX <= 32.0:		0
MIN <= 32.0:		13	4th, 5th, 8th, 9th, 12th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 26th, 27th
MIN <=  0.0:		0
		
MAXIMUM Humidity (%):	97	18th @ 0552
MINIMUM Humidity (%):	35	15th @ 2127
		
MAXIMUM Pressure (mb):	1029.5	17th @ 1144 
MINIMUM Pressure (mb):	993.5	24th @ 1314
		
TOTAL   Htg Deg Days:	799.4
AVERAGE Htg Deg Days:	28.6
MINIMUM Htg Deg Days:	22.9	15th
MAXIMUM Htg Deg Days:	35.6	21st
TOTAL Cool Deg Days:	0.0
Heat Base:  65.0  Cool Base:  65.0  Method: Integration
		
TOTAL   Precip.:	1.98
AVERAGE Precip.:	0.09	For days with Precipitation, including days with Trace
DAYS of Precip.:	21	All but: 10th, 11th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd
MAXIMUM Precip.:	0.38	28th
MAXIMUM Rain Rate:	0.14	25th @ 0813
Days of Rain: 17 (>.01 in) 7 (>.1 in) 0 (>1 in)
TOTAL Snowfall:		0.4
DAYS of Snowfall:	3	3rd, 9th, 27th
		
AVERAGE High Wind:	12.9
MINIMUM High Wind:	2	1st, 2nd
MAXIMUM High Wind:	38	13th
WIND RUN (miles):	583.66
		
DAYS Full Sun at any time:	11	4th, 5th, 8th, 12th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 26th
DAYS OF Clear:			4	19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd
DAYS with Extensive Fog:	3	18th, 21st, 22nd		
DAYS OF Cld or M Cld:		23
DAYS OF Rainbow:	0
DAYS OF Aurora:		0
DAYS OF Lightning:	0
DAYS OF Earthquake:	1	15th	4.4 or 4.6 ML, 0829 AST, 123 miles NW or WNW of Juneau



GRAPHS | DATA | STATISTICS | CONDITIONS - DAY of Month: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 | TOP

February 2010 - Barometric Pressure & Temperature with Highs & Lows.

February 2010 - Dewpoint & Humidity.

February 2010 - Rainfall & High Rain Rate with Pressure & Humidity.

February 2010 - High Wind, Wind Run, & 10 min. Avg Wind Speed.



CONDITIONS - DAY of Month: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 | DATA | STATISTICS | GRAPHS | TOP

SUNDAY 2/28/07: DATA | Second Sunday in Lent

Sat. 2/27/07: DATA | 1805: Tsunami Advisory is Canceled for the Coastal areas of Alaska from Sitka to Seward - See 1805 Below | 2213: The Tsunami Advisory is Canceled for the last area of Alaska - See 2213 Below | At 1530 AST Elfin Cove had a 0.3' Tsunami - See Bulletin 21 Below | At 1527 AST Sitka had a 0.5' Tsunami - See Bulletin 19 Below and at 1723 AST Sitka had a 0.7' Tsunami - See Bulletin 25 Below | See 0604 Below for Estimated Tsunami Arrival Times (Juneau at 4:35 PM AST) | 0452: Tsunami Advisory first issued for the area including SE Alaska - See 0521 Below | A Dense Fog Advisory was in effect until 9 AM AST this morning - See 0248 Below

Fri. 2/26/07: DATA

Thur. 2/25/07: DATA

Wed. 2/24/07: DATA

Tue. 2/23/07: DATA | A NWS Winter Weather Advisory for Freezing Rain and Snow was in effect until 10 AM AST this morning - See 0708 Below | Certain areas of the West Juneau Weather Station showed .02" of Precipitation on Feb. 22, there was no precipitation on that day. I neglected to check the database for the erroneous data (which was caused by melting frost) and then delete it.

Mon. 2/22/07: DATA | Washington's Birthday | NWS Special Weather Statement: Foggy weather conditions improving - See 1533 Below | Dense Fog Advisory issued at 0837 by the NWS Expired at Noon AST today - See 1150 Below | The Dense Fog Advisory from yesterday was Cancelled by the NWS at 0224

SUNDAY 2/21/07: DATA | First Sunday in Lent | 1952: The NWS Dense Fog Advisory remains in effect until Noon AST Monday - See 1952 Below

Sat. 2/20/07: DATA | A New Dense Fog Advisory is in effect from 9 PM this evening to Noon AST Sunday - See 1534 Below | NWS: Dense Fog Advisory first issued at 1025 and later in effect until Noon AST Sunday was Cancelled at 1447 - See 1447 Below

Fri. 2/19/07: DATA | NWS: Record warmth finds Southeast Alaska - See 1630 Below | The Dense Fog Advisory was Cancelled by the NWS at 0407

Thur. 2/18/07: DATA | A New Dense Fog Advisory is in effect from 7 PM this evening to 1 PM AST Friday - See 1548 Below | The first Dense Fog Advisory Expired at 10 AM AST this morning - See 0956 Below

Wed. 2/17/07: DATA | Ash Wednesday | NWS: A multi-day fog event should occur late this week and could extend into the weekend - See 0600 Below

Tue. 2/16/07: DATA | NWS: A multi-day fog event is possible late this week into the weekend - See 0500 Below | NWS: Record High Temperatures in some locations for Monday Feb. 15th - See Midnight on 2/15 Below

Mon. 2/15/07: DATA | | President's Day - Federal, State, and Local Holiday | NWS: Record High Temperatures in some locations for Monday Feb. 15th - See Midnight Below | 4.6 Magnitude Earthquake in Southeastern Alaska at 0829 - See Below | NWS: A multi-day fog event is possible late this week into the weekend - See 0436 Below

Earthquake in southeastern Alaska

Information from the Alaska Earthquake Information Center



Preferred Hypocentral Solution:

Local Date: Monday February 15th, 2010
Local Time: 08:29 AM AKST
Universal Time: 02/15/2010 17:29:13.215 UTC
Magnitude: 4.44 ML
Latitude: 58.8357
Longitude: -137.6561
Depth: 1 miles (3 km)
Author: UAF:dutylap


This earthquake was:

66 miles (105 km) NW of Elfin Cove
74 miles (118 km) WSW of Klukwan
76 miles (121 km) WNW of Gustavus
80 miles (129 km) NW of Pelican
84 miles (134 km) WSW of Haines
88 miles (141 km) ESE of Yakutat
94 miles (151 km) WSW of Skagway
95 miles (152 km) WNW of Hoonah
116 miles (185 km) NW of Tenakee Springs
123 miles (197 km) WNW of Juneau
125 miles (200 km) WNW of Douglas
341 miles (546 km) ESE of Valdez
455 miles (729 km) ESE of Anchorage
530 miles (849 km) SE of Fairbanks

SUNDAY 2/14/07: DATA | Valentine's Day | A NWS Wind Advisory was in effect until 9 PM AST this evening - See 1741 Below

Sat. 2/13/07: DATA | 1544: NWS Wind Advisory in effect from 11 AM to 6 PM AST Sunday - See 1544 Below

Fri. 2/12/07: DATA | Lincoln's Birthday

Thur. 2/11/07: DATA

Wed. 2/10/07: DATA

Tue. 2/09/07: DATA

Mon. 2/08/07: DATA

SUNDAY 2/07/07: DATA

Sat. 2/06/07: DATA

Fri. 2/05/07: DATA

Thur. 2/04/07: DATA

Wed. 2/03/07: DATA | The NWS Summary of January 2010 Weather - See Below

Tue. 2/02/07: DATA

Mon. 2/01/07: DATA