Blenheim weather

 Latitude N 42° 20' 18"    Longitude W 81° 59' 19"    Elevation 210 m

Dawn: 05:26 Sunrise: 06:00 Moonrise: 21:29 Moon
Dusk: 21:40 Sunset:  21:06 Moonset: 06:30
Daylight: 16:14 Day length: 15:06 Moon Phase: Full moon

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The weather station in use is the Davis Vantage Pro 2, and the data is updated every 5 minutes (use your Browser Refresh to update). The meteorological day used at this station ends at midnight.

Davis Station Forecast:  Mostly clear with little temperature change.

BlenheimWeather Conditions at local time 01:50 am on Monday 25 June 2018 (use Browser Refresh to update)

Temperature and Humidity
Temperature 13.6 °C Dew Point 12.1 °C
Windchill 13.6 °C Humidity 91%
Heat Index 13.6 °C Apparent Temperature 13.0 °C
Rainfall and Snow
Rainfall Today 0.0 mm Rainfall Rate 0.0 mm/hr
Rainfall This Month 43.4 mm Rainfall This Year 1933.7 mm
Rainfall Last Hour 0.0 mm Last Rainfall 2018-06-24 13:46
Rainfall Since Midnight 0.0 mm Rainfall Last 24 Hours 2.0 mm
Snowfall To 9:00 am   cm Snow On Ground 9:00 am 0 cm
Wind Speed (gust) 12.9 km/h Wind Speed (avg) 6.4 km/h
Wind Bearing 6°N Beaufort F2 Light breeze
Wind Variation (last 10 minutes) From 306° To 31°    
Barometer  1018.32 hPa Rising 0.49 hPa/hr
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Current conditions from Weather Underground XML source ICHATHAM11

The weather in Blenheim, ON Canada Last Updated on June 25, 1:54 AM EDT is Clear and the temperature 56.5 F (13.6 C) with average wind at 8 kph from the North and gusts of 11.3 kph. The temperature feels like 56.5 F (13.6 C). The visibility is 13 km. and precipitation today is 0.00 in (0 mm) mm.

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