AL Clanton 2 NE
Chilton County Airport
Period of record Mar 14 2007 — Oct 21 2014
USRCRN station
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Sensor Monitoring Data


Dec 12 2012 10:00 AM CST
Dec 12 10:00 AM LST, Dec 12 16:00 UTC
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Temperature (°C)
LST Sensor #1 Sensor #2 Sensor #3 Calculated UTC
09:05 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2 15:05
09:10 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2 15:10
09:15 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2 15:15
09:20 4.4 4.3 4.4 4.4 15:20
09:25 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 15:25
09:30 4.7 4.7 4.7 4.7 15:30
09:35 4.9 4.9 5.0 4.9 15:35
09:40 5.4 5.4 5.4 5.4 15:40
09:45 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3 15:45
09:50 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 15:50
09:55 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.1 15:55
10:00 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3 16:00
Hour Average 4.8
Hour Min (*) 4.2 4.1 4.2 4.2
Hour Max (*) 5.4 5.4 5.4 5.4
Hour Std Dev 0.48 0.46 0.47

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TopPrecipitation / Wetness
LST Wire #1
Depth (mm)
Wire #2
Depth (mm)
Wire #3
Depth (mm)
Wet #1 Wet #2 Calculated
Precip (mm)
UTC
09:05 96.2 96.1 98.4 1172 2921 0.0 15:05
09:10 96.2 96.1 98.4 1173 2920 0.0 15:10
09:15 96.2 96.1 98.4 1172 2922 0.0 15:15
09:20 96.2 96.1 98.4 1173 2920 0.0 15:20
09:25 96.2 96.1 98.4 1181 2921 0.0 15:25
09:30 96.2 96.1 98.4 1186 2922 0.0 15:30
09:35 96.2 96.1 98.4 1188 2922 0.0 15:35
09:40 96.2 96.1 98.4 1207 2921 0.0 15:40
09:45 96.2 96.1 98.4 1203 2920 0.0 15:45
09:50 96.2 96.1 98.4 1186 2920 0.0 15:50
09:55 96.2 96.1 98.4 1182 2922 0.0 15:55
10:00 96.2 96.1 98.4 1184 2922 0.0 16:00
Hourly Total 0.0

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TopWind

5-Minute Winds (10m Above Ground)

Note that only a few stations measure winds at 10m.

LST Avg Operational Direction (°) Std Dev for Operational Direction Peak Direction for Peak (°) UTC
09:05 3.19 13.90 13.77 4.57 19.17 15:05
09:10 3.74 24.73 11.39 4.80 15.09 15:10
09:15 3.56 23.03 10.58 5.59 22.62 15:15
09:20 2.30 30.50 18.74 4.25 62.39 15:20
09:25 2.66 34.64 17.92 4.30 45.12 15:25
09:30 2.78 23.20 17.17 3.73 19.600 15:30
09:35 2.56 23.57 14.79 3.66 17.10 15:35
09:40 2.50 30.42 20.52 3.92 27.130 15:40
09:45 3.39 38.29 19.26 5.02 63.40 15:45
09:50 3.51 32.11 21.91 4.75 40.750 15:50
09:55 3.81 12.91 8.25 4.87 3.43 15:55
10:00 3.49 4.26 9.14 4.38 9.090 16:00


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TopDiagnostic Data

Fan Speed (rpm)

Fan #1 Fan #2
107.7 0.0

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Battery Voltages

GOES Transmitter GOES Transmitter
Under Full Load
13.02 12.90

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Other Diagnostics

Value
Minutes Datalogger Door Was Open 0.00
Reference Resistor Average 1500.1
Datalogger Signature 3180.7
Geonor Inlet Max Temp (°C) 7.17
Precip Gauge Heater Flag Bit Field 0
Door Flag Bit Field 0
Transmitter RF Forward Power 40.0
Transmitter RF Reflected Power 30.0
Datalogger Program Version Number 5.102
Transmitted Year 2012
Transmitted Julian Day 347
Transmitted UTC Time (End of Hour) 1600
Transmitted Longitude -86.60
Transmitted Latitude 32.850
End of File -6666

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(*) Note regarding temperature values: the station datalogger polls each of the three temperature sensors once every 10 seconds, and keeps a running average of the last 30 of these 10-second samples. This "running 5-minute average" is computed every 10-seconds throughout the hour, for a total of 360 times. The temperature values reported by the station and shown above are the running 5-minute averages from the end of each of the 12 5-minute periods during the hour, and the mininum, maxium, and standard deviation of all 360 5-minute averages. Since the minimum and maximum are computed from all 360 5-minute averages, not just the 12 values shown above, the minimum may occasionally be less than, or the maximum greater than, the minimum and maximum of the 12 5-minute values shown. Back to Temperature