Temperature, dew point, barometric pressure, and wind over the last seven days
Plot updated 1969-12-31 14:00:00
The top facet shows temperaure (the blue region) and dew point (the black circles). The closer the temperature is to the dew point, the higher the relative humidity. The middle facet shows barometric pressure. Higher numbers indicate greater pressure, and generally mean better weather. The bottom shows wind vectors where the length of the arrow is the wind speed and the direction the wind is blowing is indicated by the direction of the arrow. For example, an arrow pointing straight down is a “north wind” because it originates from the north.