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California Weather Data: Station Description

Description of CLEARLAK.C (NCDC #1806, Clearlake)

Observer

RAYMOND C. CARMAN

Location

About 4 miles southeast of the Clearlake Post Office.
County: Lake    Nearest City: Clearlake
Latitude: 38 deg 54 min N    Longitude: 122 deg 36 min W    Elevation: 1349 ft

Station and site characteristics

Available data

UC IPM database records begin/end: February 20, 1958  /  2010
Reporting interval: Daily
Stored variables:
Air Temperature, max/min: Daily max/min measured at 5 feet.
Air Temperature at observation time:
Precipitation: Daily total measured in 8 inch diameter gauge.
Weather Type: Observer's estimate of weather condition at observation time.
Variables with computed averages: precip, air temp


Details about reported variables

Air Temperature, max/min
Variable or Sensor: Daily max/min measured at 5 feet.
Height of Sensor: 5 feet
Backup Station #1 LAKEPORT.C
Averages Station Backup: CLEARLAK.C

98% of possible values are stored for the period 03/01/1958 to 10/31/2007.

Air Temperature at observation time
Variable or Sensor: Air Temperature at observation time

96% of possible values are stored for the period 03/01/1958 to 10/31/2007.

Precipitation
Variable or Sensor: Daily total measured in 8 inch diameter gauge.
Backup Station #1 LAKEPORT.C
Averages Station Backup: CLEARLAK.C

99% of possible values are stored for the period 02/20/1958 to 10/31/2007.

Weather Type
Variable or Sensor: Observer's estimate of weather condition at observation time.

7% of possible values are stored for the period 02/20/1958 to 02/11/1996.

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