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California Weather Database: Set Dates and Variables

Retrieve hourly data for FIREBAUGH/ALISO-01.P (FRBA)

Network(s)/County: Fresno-Madera Grape, Fresno County Grape /   Madera
Latitude/Longitude: 36 deg 52 min N / 120 deg 18 min W Elevation: 157 ft
IPM records begin/end: April 30, 2002 /  on-going

1. Select a time period

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2. Select hourly data variables   Definitions   Measurement details

All Variables
Air Temperature 2, max/min
Air Temperature, average
Air Temperature 2, average
Dew Point Temperature

Leaf wetness
Precipitation
Relative Humidity, average

3. Select units and output file format

Output Units Output File Format
English

Metric

Formatted report (for viewing or printing)

Comma-delimited file (compressed format)

Comma-delimited file (fixed-field format)

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Measurement details about FIREBAUGH/ALISO-01.P variables

Air Temperature 2, max/min: HMP45C-U temp-RH probe in grape canopy.
Air Temperature, average: 107-U thermistor above grape canopy.
Air Temperature 2, average: HMP45C-U temp-RH probe in grape canopy.
Dew Point Temperature: calculated from HMP35C-U temp-RH probe above grape canopy.
Leaf wetness: 237 resistance grid in grape canopy.
Precipitation: TE525-L25 tipping bucket rain guage above grape canopy.
Relative Humidity, average: HMP35C-U temp-RH probe above grape canopy.

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