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California Weather Data: Station Description

Description of AUSAYMAS_2.T (Touchtone #56, Ausaymas 2)

Observer

UCCE San Benito County

Location

Near Fairview Road and Pacheco Highway
County: San Benito    Nearest City: Ausaymas
Latitude: 36 deg 56 min N    Longitude: 121 deg 23 min W    Elevation: 217 ft

Station and site characteristics

Available data

UC IPM database records begin/end: July 1, 2006  /  May 16, 2013
Reporting interval: Daily
Stored variables:
Air temperatures, max/min: Daily max/min measured at 6 feet.
Reference Evapotranspiration: Calculated.
Precipitation: Daily measured total.
Variables with computed averages: none

Comments

Station replaces original Ausaymas.T station in same location. Currently, the station records three datatypes (listed above). Obseverer intends to add sensors in the near future (though it is unknown if they will be included).


Details about reported variables

Air temperatures, max/min
Variable or Sensor: Daily max/min measured at 6 feet.
Height of Sensor: 6 feet
When Installed: 30 June 2006
Status: Active
Backup Station #1 / #2 HOLLISTR.A   /  SJ_VALLEY.A
Averages Station Backup: HOLLISTR.C

100% of possible values are stored for the period 07/01/2006 to 05/16/2013.

Reference Evapotranspiration
Variable or Sensor: Calculated.

0% of possible values are stored for the period 04/18/2012 to 01/01/1900.

Precipitation
Variable or Sensor: Daily measured total.
Height of Sensor: 6 feet
When Installed: 30 June 2006
Status: Active
Backup Station #1 / #2 HOLLISTR.A   /  SJ_VALLEY.A
Averages Station Backup: HOLLISTR.C

100% of possible values are stored for the period 07/01/2006 to 05/16/2013.

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