BWS Daily Climatology Written Summary

BWS Daily Climatology Table One

BWS Daily Climatology Table Two

BWS Daily Climatology Graphs

March 1 2015 to March 3 2015


(Compiled: Wednesday, March 04, 2015 18:42)

Written Summary   Table One   Table Two   Graphs  
Notes:
1. Mean daily temperature and pressure are averaged from the standard 24 hourly observations and not as the average of the maximum and minimum values.
2. Precipitation day has = or >0.01". Trace amounts (< 0.01") are not included in data.
3. Departures from the normal are based on the 1971 to 2000 normals where available (with the exception of the Sea Surface Temperature, which is based on the 1985 to 2000 normal).
Notes:
1. Mean humidity is averaged from the standard 24 hourly observations.
2. Weather Notes indicate a specific condition was observed at least once that day.
3. Departures from the normal are based on the 1971 to 2000 normals where available (with the exception of the Sea Surface Temperature, which is based on the 1985 to 2000 normal).
Key:
PN = Precipitation, PC = Partly Cloudy, MC = Mostly Cloudy, OV = Overcast, DZ = Drizzle, SH = Showers, BS = Blowing Spray GR = Hail, FC = Funnel Cloud, HZ = Haze, RA = Rain, BR = Mist, TS = Thunder Storm/Shower
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Mild conditions to start the month.


Last edited: Wednesday, March 04, 2015

The 1st of March saw high pressure maintain a ridge across the area that produced 2.6 hours of sunshine and 0.06" of rainfall. The high was 66F/19C with a low of 60F/16C. The 2nd saw high pressure progress east of the area as a weak frontal boundary approached overnight. There was 6.6 hours of sunshine with 0.08" of rainfall. The high was 70F/21C with a low of 60F/15C. The front passed early on the 3rd with 0.03" of rain and a pre-frontal high of 67F/20C. Moderate winds veering north then northeast brought fair weather from mid-morning with 6.6 sun hours and a low of 57F/14C. A high pressure ridge on the 4th provided warming southerly winds.

Produced by the Bermuda Weather Service
Unless otherwise stated, all statistical data are based on observations taken at the Bermuda International Airport.
 Mean Temp.
(°C/°F)
Max Temp.
(°C/°F)
Min Temp.
(°C/°F)
Daily Precip.
Inches
Accumulated Precip.
Inches
Year To Date Precip.
Inches
Sea Surface Temp.
(C/F)
Mean
Sea Level Pressure
" Hg / hPa
Total   0.17    
Mean17.5 / 63.519.9 / 67.915.0 / 59.0   19.3 / 66.730.31 / 1026.0
Departure
From Norm.
-1.1 / -1.9-1.0 / -1.7-1.0 / -1.8-4.27  0.8 / 1.4 
Max19.3 / 66.721.2 / 70.2 0.08  19.5 / 67.130.46 / 1031.5
Min15.9 / 60.6 13.9 / 57.0   18.9 / 66.030.21 / 1023.0
 Mean Temp.
(°C/°F)
Max Temp.
(°C/°F)
Min Temp.
(°C/°F)
Daily Precip.
Inches
Accumulated Precip.
Inches
Year To Date Precip.
Inches
Sea Surface Temp.
(C/F)
Mean
Sea Level Pressure
" Hg / hPa
3/1/201517.4 / 63.319.1 / 66.415.8 / 60.40.060.0613.2519.5 / 67.130.46 / 1031.5
3/2/201519.3 / 66.721.2 / 70.215.3 / 59.50.080.1413.3319.5 / 67.130.21 / 1023.0
3/3/201515.9 / 60.619.5 / 67.113.9 / 57.00.030.1713.3618.9 / 66.030.25 / 1024.4
 Hours Of
Sunshine
Mean
R.H.
%
Absolute
Max. R.H.
%
Absolute
Min. R.H.
%
Max Of
Mean Wind
knots / °
Peak
Wind
knots / °
Sky Conditions / Weather Notes
PN PC MC OV DZ SH RA GR TS FC HZ BS BR
Total15.8         
3333131000000
Mean5.373.990.762.3      
             
Departure
From Norm.
          
-13            
Max6.6 92.0 21  30  
             
Min2.6  49.0      
             
 Hours Of
Sunshine
Mean
R.H.
%
Absolute
Max. R.H.
%
Absolute
Min. R.H.
%
Max Of
Mean Wind
knots / °
Peak
Wind
knots / °
Sky Conditions / Weather Notes
PN PC MC OV DZ SH RA GR TS FC HZ BS BR
3/1/20152.677926920 / 08030 / 050
PNPCMCOVDZSHRA
3/2/20156.680.3916921 / 30028 / 270
PNPCMCOVSH
3/3/20156.664.5894920 / 04028 / 040
PNPCMCOVSH