Measured temperature at approximately 2 meters above the surface of an open field (black dots) and 6, 12, and 24-hour lows (horizontal blue lines) and highs (red lines), placed above the hourly average temperature (faint purple line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands. Civil twilight and night are indicated by shaded overlays.
Cloud coverage, color coded by the percentage of the sky covered by clouds, and the heights of the reported cloud layers (black dots and lines).
Solar Elevation on Monday, July 13, 2020
Elevation of the center of the Sun above (positive) or below (negative) the horizon (black line). Yellow and gray fills indicate day and night, respectively. Light gray lines are the corresponding curves for the winter and summer solstices. Civil twilight and night are indicated by shaded overlays.
The reported dew point at approximately 2 meters above an open field (black dots), with corresponding categorical humidity comfort levels reported in the bar along the top of the chart. Civil twilight and night are indicated by shaded overlays.
Wind Speed on Monday, July 13, 2020
Measured wind speed at approximately 10 meters above an open field (black dots). Civil twilight and night are indicated by shaded overlays.
Wind Direction on Monday, July 13, 2020
Measured wind direction at approximately 10 meters above an open field (black dots). Civil twilight and night are indicated by shaded overlays.
Visibility on Monday, July 13, 2020
Measured visibility (black dots). Note that a maximum visibility (often but not always 10 miles) is reported if the visibility exceeds the maximum. Civil twilight and night are indicated by shaded overlays.
Atmospheric Pressure on Monday, July 13, 2020
Atmospheric pressure (black dots), as measured by the altimeter setting reported in e.g. a METAR report. Civil twilight and night are indicated by shaded overlays.
12.7 mph, SE
≥ 10.00 mi
00:53, Mon, Jul 13, 2020
05:53, Mon, Jul 13, 2020
ASOS automated observation with precipitation discriminator (rain/snow)
The number of reports per month over the entire history of this station.
This report graphically illustrates the historical weather reports recorded by the weather station at Fort Worth Meacham International Airport on Monday, July 13, 2020.
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