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CHAPTER 1 Weather Analysis: The Tools of theTrade 15 Daily maximum and minimum temperatures, daily solid precipita- tion (in inches), and daily liquid precipitation (rain plus melted solid precipitation, in inches), for State College, PA in February 2003. The monthly means of the maximum and minimum tem- peratures appear below their respective columns. The total monthly solid precipitation and the total monthly liquid precipita- tion appear below their respective columns. The notation "T" in the precipitation columns stands for "trace," meaning that pre- cipitation was observed, but measured less than 0.1 inches of solid precipitation or 0.01 inches of liquid precipitation. Date Max Temp °F Min Temp °F Liquid Precipitation (inches) Solid Precipitation (inches) 1 33 26 0.16 1.9 2 37 32 0.04 0.4 3 37 24 T T 4 40 24 0.44 0 5 40 20 0.03 0.2 6 24 13 T T 7 31 14 0.12 1.1 8 32 15 0.03 0.8 9 24 14 T T 10 32 24 T T 11 33 9 0.16 2.3 12 31 7 0.15 4.2 13 21 13 T T 14 21 14 0.02 0.5 15 32 16 0 0 16
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This note was uploaded on 08/11/2010 for the course METEO 003 taught by Professor Victoryanuzzi during the Spring '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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