Arbor Doctor Weather Page
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Station Number: OH-HM-24
Station Name: Cheviot 3.4 W
Report Date: 2/17/2017
Submitted: 2/17/2017 7:20 PM
Scale Bar: Near Normal
Observed conditions are expected for this time of year. February rainfall is below normal with only 0.96 to date and only 0.18 in the last 7 days. Temperatures have been above normal but cool enough to keep soil moisture evaporation to a minimum. Conditions were wet in January and conditions have only recently returned to near normal for this time of year.
Categories: General Awareness
Soil temperature map
Ron Wilson shared this link for soil temperatures across the US. Pretty cool! http://greencastonline.com/tools/SoilTempMaps.aspx
This linked blog post from meteorologist Stu Ostro lends some sanity to the El Nino hype: Click here>>> –
The Super Outbreak of Tornadoes – April 3-4, 1974
Map by Dr. T. Fujita, University of Chicago
Tornado number 43, the Saylor Park F5, is the only tornado I ever personally witnessed. I was in third grade. More information here>>>