04/03 2005
BOWDOIN SCIENTIFIC STATION
 KENT ISLAND N.B. CANADA
    WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ***SEPTEMBER 2004***
 (see original records for additional data.)
Max
DAY MAX MIN MEAN RNG GDD PRECIP --VISIBILITY-- --WIND--  WX S RAD  REM
AM PM X N  X AM PM N D
1 64 51 58 13 7.5 0.01 8 8 8 8 12 W  NW  b b *
2 62 48 55 14 6 0.00 8 9 9 8 14 NW W  b p *
3 62 46 54 16 6 0.00 9 8 9 8 27 SW SW  p p *
4 63 51 57 12 7 0.00 7 9 9 4 21 NW N  c o *
5 62 46 54 16 6 0.00 8 8 9 8 18 N  E  b b *
6 61 44 53 17 5.5 0.00 9 8 9 8 18 W  S  b b
7 63 49 56 14 6.5 0.03 2 8 9 2 22 SW S  p p *
8 61 44 53 17 5.5 0.03 2 6 8 2 23 SW NE  p o *
9 61 53 57 8 7 0.90 2 5 6 2 29 NE S  o R *
10 63 54 59 9 8.5 0.07 2 9 8 2 28 S  E  F F *
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SUM 66 1.04 0 0
 # 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 0
AVG 62.2 48.6 55.4 13.6 6.6 ######
STD 1.0 3.4 2.0 3.0 0.9 ######
MAX 64 54 59 17 9 0.90 29 0.00
MIN 61 44 53 8 6 0.00 12 0.00
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11 70 52 61 18 11 0.00 8 9 9 8 20 NW N  p b *
12 63 51 57 12 7 0.00 8 8 9 8 18 S SW  p p
13 65 50 58 15 8 0.00 8 9 9 8 18 N  N  b b
14 60 44 52 16 5 0.00 9 9 9 9 15 N  W  b b
15 61 47 54 14 6 0.00 9 9 9 9 18 SW S  b b
16 65 51 58 14 8 0.01 3 2 9 2 16 SW S  b F *
17 59 51 55 8 5 0.04 2 2 3 2 19 S  SW  F F
18 56 48 52 8 3 1.61 6 9 9 2 22 N  N  F R *
19 60 43 52 17 5 0.05 8 9 9 7 29 N  N  p o
20 64 45 55 19 7 0.01 8 9 9 8 31 NW NW  p p *
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SUM 64 1.72 0.00 0
 # 10 10 10.0 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 0
AVG 62.3 48.2 55.3 14.1 6.4 ######
STD 3.7 3.1 2.9 3.6 2.1 ######
MAX 70 52 61 19 11 1.61 31 0.00
MIN 56 43 52 8 3 0.00 15 0.00
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21 65 47 56 18 8 0.00 9 9 9 9 16 NW N  p b
22 61 46 54 15 6 0.00 8 9 9 8 16 NE W  p p
23 61 51 56 10 6 0.00 8 9 9 8 18 NW SW  p b *
24 61 46 54 15 6 0.00 9 9 9 9 13 W  SW  b b
25 62 49 56 13 6 0.00 8 9 9 5 19 W  SW  b o *
26 51 6 8 8 4 21 NW W
27 51 6 8 8 4 14 SW S
28 50 5 3 8 1 17 S  W    F
29 50 8 8 8 3 24 NE N
30 49 8 8 8 8 18 N SW
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SUM 31 0 0.00 0
 # 5 10 5 5 5 10 10 10 10 10 0
AVG 62.0 49.0 54.9 14.2 6.1 ######
STD 1.5 1.9 1.158 2.6 0.7 ######
MAX 65 51 56 18 8 0.00 24 0.00
MIN 61 46 54 10 6 0.00 13 0.00
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SUMMAY FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER 2004
MAX MIN MEAN RNG GDD PRECIP --VISIBILITY-- WIND S RAD
AM PM  X  N MAX
SUM 160 2.76 0
 # 25 30 25 25 25 25 30 30 30 30 30 0
AVG 62.2 48.6 55.2 13.9 6.4 ######
DFN 1.4 -0.5 0.2 2.2 -11.9 -1.64
STD 2.5 2.9 2.3 3.2 1.5 ######
MAX 70 54 61 19 11 1.61 31 0.00
MIN 56 43 52 8 3 0.00 12 0.00
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 FOR 'TEN' DAY PERIODS::  #1  #2  #3   & FOR THE MONTH:
# OF DAYS WITH:   DFN
FOG AT ANY TIME_____________ 4 3 2 9 -2
FOG AT AM AND/OR PM OB._____ 4 2 1 7 -1
PRECIP => .01 ______________ 5 5 0 10 -2
PRECIP => .04 _(1mm)________ 2 3 0 5
PRECIP => .25 ______________ 1 1 0 2 -3
PRECIP => .50 ______________ 1 1 0 2 -1
THUNDESTORM(S) _____________ 0 0 0 0 -1
MAX TEMP => 70 _____________ 0 1 0 1 0
# OF NIGHT (N) OR DAYTIME (D) PERIODS WITH PREVAILING WEATHER
INDICATED AS:--------- ter b p c o R F SUM
   N 10 10 1 1 3 25
   D 10 6 4 2 4 26
TOTAL 20 16 1 5 2 7 51
NOTES:
OBS at 1100 & 2300 GMT (8AM & 8PM ADT),-- nominal time, see orig.
record. Temperature in degrees F. Precipitation in inches. DFN =
departure from the 1961 - 1990 average. (+ sign not shown). GDD =
growing degree days. 50 deg F base. The "Fog" occurrance tabulated
requires visibility =< code 3 (.5 to <1km). Prevailing weather noted
by : b, clear; p, partly cloudy; c, cloudy; o, overcast; R, rain;
F, fog (can include fog with visibility > code 3). N, PM to AM ob.
D, AM to PM ob. Wind Max is max wind gust in mph. TS = thunderstorm.
S RAD = solar radiation, measured with a PYRANOMETER. The 10 min
avg, recorded on a data logger, is summed for the day to give, after
/6000, the daily solar energy received per m^2 in units of kwhr/m^2.
Weather and other comments for certain days, labeled by the date and *.
1) Nice weather! 2) Bob C visits today  3)Beautiful day,winds picking up.
4)All types of weather today,but ends well..5)Beautiful morning.
sunrise and day. 7)All types of (clouds) today. 8) Stars last night but
fog this morning.During the day fog cleaged a bit but left heavy clouds.
9) Some rain last night!Fog unbrocken  PM comment Hope the worst is over
10)All types of weather again, including 2hrs. of clear skies.
11)Beautiful morning ! Sunrise at 6:59.  16)A little morning fog! Heavy
fog  in time for Bowdoins Ecology trip 18)Wow!  Rain's!
20)Better. 21)Gabby left. Just me again and the Island. 23)Moms birthday.
25)Last night on the Island.
Many thanks to all the people who recorded the weather this Summer, they
were by initials: RAM, MRM, EAH, JMG, UAM,US, ECB, MGD, JG, LD,HTM,
KM,JLP.  Extra KUDUS to Jon Philipsborn (JLP) who came back to the Island
on Aug. 25 and stayed to Sept. 25 much of the time alone.