Yesterday's Weather for Century, FL

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How much rain or snow did Century, FL get yesterday? The answer is below!

Yesterday's High was 81 °F

Yesterday's Low was 62 °F

Yesterday's Precipitation was 0.00 inches

Observations on March 29, 2017:
Time Temp Wind Conditions
12:56 AM CDT 64.9 °F 4.6 mph Light Rain
1:09 AM CDT 64.9 °F 4.6 mph Light Rain
1:18 AM CDT 64.9 °F 3.5 mph Light Rain
1:25 AM CDT 63.0 °F 3.5 mph Light Rain
1:40 AM CDT 63.0 °F 0.0 mph Light Rain
1:54 AM CDT 64.4 °F 0.0 mph Light Rain
1:56 AM CDT 64.0 °F 0.0 mph Light Rain
1:59 AM CDT 64.0 °F 3.5 mph Light Rain
2:42 AM CDT 62.1 °F 0.0 mph Light Rain
2:56 AM CDT 62.1 °F 0.0 mph Light Rain
3:20 AM CDT 63.0 °F 3.5 mph Light Rain
3:35 AM CDT 63.0 °F 0.0 mph Light Rain
3:56 AM CDT 63.0 °F 0.0 mph Light Rain
4:56 AM CDT 62.1 °F 3.5 mph Light Rain
5:18 AM CDT 63.0 °F 0.0 mph Light Rain
5:36 AM CDT 63.0 °F 0.0 mph Light Rain
5:43 AM CDT 63.0 °F 0.0 mph Light Rain
5:56 AM CDT 63.0 °F 0.0 mph Fog
6:56 AM CDT 63.0 °F 0.0 mph Fog
7:56 AM CDT 64.9 °F 5.8 mph Fog
8:56 AM CDT 66.9 °F 6.9 mph Fog
9:06 AM CDT 66.9 °F 9.2 mph Mostly Cloudy
9:11 AM CDT 66.9 °F 8.1 mph Mostly Cloudy
9:26 AM CDT 68.0 °F 6.9 mph Mostly Cloudy
9:45 AM CDT 68.0 °F 8.1 mph Mostly Cloudy
9:56 AM CDT 69.1 °F 10.4 mph Mostly Cloudy
10:56 AM CDT 77.0 °F 11.5 mph Mostly Cloudy
11:56 AM CDT 79.0 °F 17.3 mph Scattered Clouds
12:56 PM CDT 80.1 °F 12.7 mph Scattered Clouds
1:56 PM CDT 80.1 °F 12.7 mph Scattered Clouds
2:56 PM CDT 79.0 °F 9.2 mph Scattered Clouds
3:56 PM CDT 79.0 °F 13.8 mph Scattered Clouds
4:56 PM CDT 77.0 °F 12.7 mph Scattered Clouds
5:56 PM CDT 75.0 °F 12.7 mph Scattered Clouds
6:56 PM CDT 72.0 °F 11.5 mph Scattered Clouds
7:56 PM CDT 68.0 °F 6.9 mph Mostly Cloudy
8:56 PM CDT 66.0 °F 5.8 mph Mostly Cloudy
9:24 PM CDT 66.9 °F 8.1 mph Mostly Cloudy
9:45 PM CDT 66.0 °F 8.1 mph Mostly Cloudy
9:56 PM CDT 66.0 °F 8.1 mph Mostly Cloudy
10:45 PM CDT 66.0 °F 6.9 mph Mostly Cloudy
10:56 PM CDT 66.0 °F 6.9 mph Light Rain
11:29 PM CDT 66.0 °F 6.9 mph Light Rain
11:56 PM CDT 66.0 °F 4.6 mph Light Rain
 
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Weather Topic: What are Hole Punch Clouds?

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hole punch clouds Next Topic: Mammatus Clouds

A hole punch cloud is an unusual occurrence when a disk-shaped hole appears in a cirrostratus, cirrocumulus, or altocumulus cloud.

When part of the cloud forms ice crystals, water droplets in the surrounding area of the cloud evaporate. The effect of this process produces a large elliptical gap in the cloud. The hole punch cloud formation is rare, but it is not specific to any geographic area.

Other names which have been used to describe this phenomena include fallstreak hole, skypunch, and cloud hole.

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Weather Topic: What are Shelf Clouds?

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shelf clouds Next Topic: Wall Clouds

A shelf cloud is similar to a wall cloud, but forms at the front of a storm cloud, instead of at the rear, where wall clouds form.

A shelf cloud is caused by a series of events set into motion by the advancing storm; first, cool air settles along the ground where precipitation has just fallen. As the cool air is brought in, the warmer air is displaced, and rises above it, because it is less dense. When the warmer air reaches the bottom of the storm cloud, it begins to cool again, and the resulting condensation is a visible shelf cloud.

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