Saturday, June 29, 2019

All-Sky Photometer for NearSys Station, 28 June 2019

Odd drop in light intensity. I wonder if a cloud passed over. I can't imagine someone stood in front of the photometer for 20 minutes while it was recording.

Air Quality for NearSys Station, 14 - 21 June 2019

Trying to catch up with my old data. While I was gone, the WIFI shut itself off for two and a half days.

Friday, June 28, 2019

Air Quality for NearSys Station, 7 - 14 June 2019

Being gone to conferences, classes, and workshops sure sets you back. So anyhow, here is the report on our air quality.

Sunday, June 9, 2019

24-Hour Photometer for NearSys Station, 8 June 2019

Saturday started clear, but got partly cloudy during the afternoon. However, it ended well with clear skies. You'll notice the cloudy skies between 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM as the spikiness in the chart below.

Visibility for NearSys Station, 9 June 2019

What a clear day! Visibility from the UAV was significantly better than usual. So, in excess of 50 miles.





24-Hour Temperature for NearSys Station, 8 June 2019

I placed the incorrect sensor outside this weekend (they look alike). Therefore, I only recorded the temperature over a 24 hour period.

Monday, June 3, 2019

Air Quality Report for NearSys Station, May 2019

Just a couple of spikes; otherwise, good air quality this month.

Saturday, June 1, 2019

Visibility for NearSys Station, 1 June 2019

A clear day with cumulus clouds forming over the local mountain ranges. The visibility was in excess of 50 miles.





LED Photometer Results for NearSys Station, 1 June 2019

A very bright day today. Odd how the UV flux spiked so early in the morning. The afternoon became cloudy, explaining the spikiness of the data after 5:00 PM.

Borehole Results for May 2019

The air temperature cooled the third week of the month and that can be seen in the surface temperature. The deeper underground, the more protected the temperature is from changes in the weather.

24-Hour Temperature and Relative Humidity for NearSys Station, 30 May 2019

Dry weather prevails. The sun shone on the datalogger briefly, as you can see in the spike. In case of rain however, I left the datalogger on the front porch.