Yesterday's Weather for Paris - Charles-de-Gaulle, France (CDG)

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How much rain or snow did Paris - Charles-de-Gaulle, France (CDG) get yesterday? The answer is below!

Yesterday's High was 0 °C

Yesterday's Low was -2 °C

Yesterday's Precipitation was 0.6 cm

Observations on January 22, 2019:
Time Temp Wind Conditions
00:00 CET -2.0 °C 16.7 km/h Mostly Cloudy
00:23 CET -2.0 °C 14.8 km/h Mostly Cloudy
01:00 CET -2 °C 16.7 km/h Mist
01:00 CET -2.0 °C 16.7 km/h Mostly Cloudy
01:30 CET -2.0 °C 22.2 km/h Mostly Cloudy
02:00 CET -2 °C 20.4 km/h Mist
02:00 CET -2.0 °C 22.2 km/h Mostly Cloudy
02:30 CET -2.0 °C 24.1 km/h Mostly Cloudy
03:00 CET -2 °C 22.2 km/h Mist
03:00 CET -2.0 °C 24.1 km/h Mostly Cloudy
03:30 CET -2.0 °C 20.4 km/h Mostly Cloudy
04:00 CET -2 °C 24.1 km/h Mist
04:00 CET -2.0 °C 24.1 km/h Mostly Cloudy
04:30 CET -3.0 °C 18.5 km/h Mostly Cloudy
05:00 CET -3 °C 24.1 km/h Mist
05:00 CET -3.0 °C 24.1 km/h Mostly Cloudy
05:30 CET -3.0 °C 27.8 km/h Mostly Cloudy
06:00 CET -2 °C 22.2 km/h Mist
06:00 CET -2.0 °C 22.2 km/h Mostly Cloudy
06:30 CET -2.0 °C 20.4 km/h Mostly Cloudy
07:00 CET -2 °C 22.2 km/h Mist
07:00 CET -2.0 °C 20.4 km/h Mostly Cloudy
07:30 CET -2.0 °C 22.2 km/h Mostly Cloudy
08:00 CET -2.0 °C 22.2 km/h Overcast
08:30 CET -1.0 °C 20.4 km/h Light Snow
09:00 CET -1 °C 22.2 km/h Light Snow
09:00 CET -1.0 °C 22.2 km/h Light Snow
09:30 CET -1.0 °C 20.4 km/h Light Snow
10:00 CET -1 °C 20.4 km/h Snow
10:00 CET -1.0 °C 20.4 km/h Snow
10:30 CET -1.0 °C 22.2 km/h Light Snow
11:00 CET -1 °C 18.5 km/h Light Snow
11:00 CET -1.0 °C 18.5 km/h Light Snow
11:30 CET 0.0 °C 16.7 km/h Light Snow
12:00 CET 0.0 °C 14.8 km/h Light Snow
12:30 CET 0.0 °C 13.0 km/h Light Snow
13:00 CET 0 °C 14.8 km/h Light Snow
13:00 CET 0.0 °C 16.7 km/h Light Snow
13:08 CET 0.0 °C 16.7 km/h Light Snow
13:30 CET 0.0 °C 18.5 km/h Light Snow
14:00 CET 0 °C 16.7 km/h Light Fog
14:00 CET 0.0 °C 16.7 km/h Mostly Cloudy
14:30 CET 0.0 °C 14.8 km/h Mostly Cloudy
15:00 CET 0 °C 11.1 km/h Snow
15:00 CET 1.0 °C 11.1 km/h Snow
15:30 CET 1.0 °C 13.0 km/h Mostly Cloudy
16:00 CET 1.0 °C 11.1 km/h Mostly Cloudy
16:30 CET 1.0 °C 11.1 km/h Mostly Cloudy
17:00 CET 1 °C 11.1 km/h Mist
17:00 CET 1.0 °C 11.1 km/h Mostly Cloudy
17:30 CET 1.0 °C 13.0 km/h Mostly Cloudy
18:00 CET 1 °C 16.7 km/h Light Snow
18:00 CET 1.0 °C 16.7 km/h Mostly Cloudy
18:30 CET 1.0 °C 16.7 km/h Overcast
19:00 CET 1 °C 16.7 km/h Mist
19:00 CET 1.0 °C 16.7 km/h Overcast
19:30 CET 1.0 °C 18.5 km/h Mostly Cloudy
20:00 CET 1 °C 22.2 km/h Heavy Fog
20:00 CET 1.0 °C 22.2 km/h Fog
20:30 CET 1.0 °C 20.4 km/h Fog
21:00 CET 0 °C 20.4 km/h Heavy Fog
21:00 CET 1.0 °C 20.4 km/h Fog
21:30 CET 1.0 °C 20.4 km/h Fog
22:00 CET 1.0 °C 16.7 km/h Light Snow
22:30 CET 1.0 °C 16.7 km/h Light Snow
23:00 CET 0 °C 20.4 km/h Snow
23:00 CET 0.0 °C 20.4 km/h Snow
23:30 CET 0.0 °C 22.2 km/h Light Snow
 

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Weather Topic: What is Precipitation?

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Precipitation can refer to many different forms of water that may fall from clouds. Precipitation occurs after a cloud has become saturated to the point where its water particles are more dense than the air below the cloud.

In most cases, precipitation will reach the ground, but it is not uncommon for precipitation to evaporate before it reaches the earth's surface. When precipitation evaporates before it contacts the ground it is called Virga. Graupel, hail, sleet, rain, drizzle, and snow are forms of precipitation, but fog and mist are not considered precipitation because the water vapor which constitutes them isn't dense enough to fall to the ground.

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Weather Topic: What is Sleet?

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Sleet is a form of precipitation in which small ice pellets are the primary components. These ice pellets are smaller and more translucent than hailstones, and harder than graupel. Sleet is caused by specific atmospheric conditions and therefore typically doesn't last for extended periods of time.

The condition which leads to sleet formation requires a warmer body of air to be wedged in between two sub-freezing bodies of air. When snow falls through a warmer layer of air it melts, and as it falls through the next sub-freezing body of air it freezes again, forming ice pellets known as sleet. In some cases, water droplets don't have time to freeze before reaching the surface and the result is freezing rain.

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