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California Weather Database: Set Dates and Variables

Retrieve daily data for Winters-01.P (BTV1)

Network(s)/County: 1999 California Tomato /   Yolo
Latitude/Longitude: 38 deg 35 min N / 121 deg 55 min W Elevation: 90 ft
IPM records begin/end: April 14, 1999 /  November 4, 1999

1. Select a time period

From:
Through:

2. Select daily data variables   Definitions   Measurement details

All Variables
Air Temperature, max/min
Air Temperature, average
Growing Degree Days
Temperature Threshold Hours
Leaf wetness

Relative Humidity, average
Solar Radiation
TomCast DSV
Wind Speed/Direction, average
Wind Speed/Direction, maximum

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 Winters-01.P variables

Air Temperature, max/min: HMP35/45C temp-RH probe in canopy.
Air Temperature, average: HMP35/45C temp-RH probe in canopy.
Growing Degree Days: Calculated degree-days (thresholds: 41 F, 97 F) from air temps in canopy.
Temperature Threshold Hours: Hours between 65 F and 75 F with RH > 90% in canopy.
Leaf wetness: 237 resistance grid in canopy.
Relative Humidity, average: HMP35/45C temp-RH probe in canopy.
Solar Radiation: LI200X Silicon pyranometer Above the canopy with no significant obstructions.
TomCast DSV: Calculated TOM-CAST DSV from leaf wetness and air temp in canopy.
Wind Speed/Direction, average: 3001 RM Young Wind Sentry Anemometer and Vane above canopy.
Wind Speed/Direction, maximum: 3001 RM Young Wind Sentry Anemometer and Vane above canopy.

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