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Unformatted text preview: Lab Project USC Campus, Los Angeles, CA October 22, 2007 1 pm 1. Cloud Cover: Clear Cloud Type: Clear Precipitation: None Wind: Light, N Temperature: Hot 2. Sky Conditions: Clear Temperature: 84 o Precipitation: None Humidity: 9% Dew Point: 19 o Barometric Pressure: 30.18 Inches (falling) Wind: 0 mph, N 3. The satellite image indicates minimal cloud cover over Los Angeles. The National Map indicates a Low Pressure system approximately 200 miles south of Los Angeles associated with a Cold front 400 miles southeast. USC Campus, Los Angeles, CA October 23, 2007 1 pm 1. Cloud Cover: Clear Cloud Type: Clear Precipitation: None Wind: Calm, W Temperature: Hot 2. Sky Conditions: Clear Temperature: 91 o Precipitation: None Humidity: 12% Dew Point: 32 o Barometric Pressure: 30.06 Inches (falling) Wind: 0 mph, West 3mph 3. The satellite image indicates minimal cloud cover over Los Angeles. The National Map indicates a stationary front located approximately 850 miles North that includes a High Pressure system 300 miles Northwest of Los Angeles. USC Campus, Los Angeles, CA October 24, 2007 1 pm 1. Cloud Cover: Clear Cloud Type: None Precipitation: None Wind: Light, W Temperature: Hot Visibility: 10.0 miles 2. Sky Conditions: Partly Cloudy Temperature: 93 o Precipitation: None Humidity: 12% Dew Point: 33.1 o Barometric Pressure: 30.00 Inches (falling) Wind: Calm mph, W 3. The satellite image indicates minimal cloud cover over Los Angeles. The National Map indicates a cold front located approximately 350 miles North that includes a Low Pressure system 50 miles West. USC Campus, Los Angeles, CA October 25, 2007 1 pm 1. Cloud Cover: Hazy Cloud Type: Particles from San Diego fires clearly effect visibility Precipitation: None Wind: Calm Temperature: Hot 2. Sky Conditions: Partly Cloudy Temperature: 89 o Precipitation: None Humidity: 14% Dew Point: 34 o Barometric Pressure: 29.86 Inches (steady) Wind: 0 mph, NW 3. The satellite image indicates thin cloud cover over Los Angeles in the early am hours , which is reduced by the early morning to minimal cloud cover. The National Map indicates a cold front located approximately 300 miles northeast. A Low Pressure system is found basically crossing over Los Angeles. The Santa Ana winds are extremely powerful. USC Campus, Los Angeles, CA October 26, 2007 1 pm 1. Cloud Cover: Extremely Hazy Cloud Type: Particles from San Diego fires clearly effect visibility Precipitation: None Wind: Calm Temperature: Warm Visibility: 1.8 miles 2. Sky Conditions: Hazy Temperature: 77 o Precipitation: None Humidity: 39% Dew Point: 50 o Barometric Pressure: 29.89 Inches (steady) Wind: 3.5 mph, Variable 3. The satellite image indicates thin cloud cover over Los Angeles in the early am hours, 3....
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