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Currently:100.8°F Night time, Dry, Clear skies
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Comfort Index: Danger Heat
 Updated10-Jul-2020 9:25pm @ 
 
Time of Next Full Update: 9:30 pm -  Station Elev: 1469 ft  
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Current Conditions

@ 10-Jul-2020 9:25pm
100.8°F Colder 2.7°F than last hour.
Temp Change: °F /hr
Night time, Dry, Clear skies  Night time, Dry, Clear skies
Feels Like: 101 °F
Humidity: 26%Increased 2% since last hour.
Dew Point: 59.6 °F 
Wind: Calm
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Gust: 0.0 mph
Pressure: 29.82 in Rising 0.021 inHg/hour
Rising slowly
Solar Rad: 0%
0 W/m2
UV Index: 0.0
None
Rain Today: 0.00 in
Rain Rate: 0.000 in
Rain Month: 0.00 in
Rain Year: 4.64 in

Almanac

Sunrise: 5:26 am
Sunset: 7:41 pm
Moonrise: 11:05 pm
Moonset: 10:37 am
Waning Gibbous Moon
Waning Gibbous Moon, Moon age: 20 days,6 hours,26 minutes,69%
69%
Illuminated

Daily Min/Max

Today's High Temp: 109.1°F
4:33pm
Today's Low Temp: 83.7°F
3:51am
Today's High Humidity: 41%
3:52am
Today's Low Humidity: 21%
3:50pm
Today's High Dewpoint: 64.4°F
1:10pm
Today's Low Dewpoint: 53.6°F
7:59am
Today's High Barometric Pressure: 29.992 in/Hg
10:08am
Today's Low Barometric Pressure: 29.792 in/Hg
7:08pm
Today's High Wind Speed: 15.0 mph
3:15pm
Today's
High UV:
7.5
 High 
12:27pm
Today's
High Solar:
974 W/m2
12:30pm
Today's High Rain Rate: 0.000 in/min
7:00pm
Today's High
Hourly Rain Rate:
0.000 in/hr
Days Since
Last Rain:
60 Days

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PEPPERRIDGE NORTH VALLEY'S
SOUTHWEST LIGHTNING TOA

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Microferics TOA Lightning Display

Microsferics TOA Lightning Network

The TOdA (Time Of difference of Arrival) system is a network based lightning triangulation method
by employing multiple volunteer detection sites across Europe and North America. It provides high accuracy
detection which augments the participating stations existing lightning detection systems.

SW Lightning - Pepper Ridge North Valley is part of this project and supplies data to the TOdA network

Regional mLDN TOA Network 2 hr Lightning Plot
- updates automatically every 30 seconds -
(The Default setting Displays data within 438 miles of - Pepperridge North Valley) :

Network Stations are shown by the small Green dots
Use the Zoom Controls to see different distance plots

6 Hr Lightning time lapse: (Updates every 5 minutes)

Hover over for controls (near the center bottom of map) to manually control the Time lapse.
Otherwise it Runs Automatically (see lower right corner of map).

The Regional Lightning Network Coverage Map:

Network Stations are shown by the small White dots

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The Local Lightning Network Coverage Map:

Network Stations are shown by the small White dots

Visit the Microsferics Home Page for more real-time maps and information on the network.

Note: Until there are more stations are reporting in Arizona and the Southwest Region strike display is limited.
Own a PWS in the US (especially AZ)? please Contact the Network if interested in joining.
NOTE: Operating a Boltek Lightning Detection System is no longer required to participate.


Regional lightning detection is here, just in time to track the monsoon season thunderstorms. The lightning detection system consists of a Boltek™ lightning detector and a TOA Kit to receive and send data to Microferics server for lightning analysis. The TOdA (Time Of difference of Arrival) system is a network based lightning dectection system which utilizes the triangulation method for more accurate plotting of Lightning strikes.



Disclaimer Note: Remember do not based your outdoor plans or activities solely on the lightning information provided here, this lightning display is for informational purposes only, and not intended to be used, for the protection of life or property. Remember to follow the, Lightning Safety Rules!, especially if thunderstorms are nearby!


Additional Live Lightning Links:

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Nexstorm Testing Page


Please Stay Safe this Summer and Observe the following;
Lightning Safety Rules!


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Ground Clutter Not Removed!

Radar Updates Approximately Every 10 Minutes
Station Location is marked CW3794


Southwestern Weather Network - Radar and Lightning!

   This map displays a view of lightning data and radar - Over the entire Southwestern United States!

   SWN Lightning/Radar

Regional Lightning data/Radar Map Courtesy of Astrogenic and StrikeStar US.
Data supplied by Southwestern Weather Network members and others.


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 Pepper Ridge North Valley Random Weather Facts

SEVERE WEATHER
Most of the severe weather is seen in the Phoenix Metro area, occurs durning the Monsoon, usually associated with our summer Thunderstorms, and damage is usually caused by micro bursts--not tornadoes. A "micro burst" is a small area of rapidly descending air beneath a thunderstorm. When the descending air hits the ground, it quickly spreads out in all directions, causing very strong, straight-line winds. These winds are commonly as strong as 40-60 mph but can exceed 100 mph at times. Micro bursts occur over a rather small space-scale, typically the area affected is less than 2.5 miles in diameter.::

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