Yesterday's Weather for Princeton, NJ

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How much rain or snow did Princeton, NJ get yesterday? The answer is below!

Yesterday's High was 66 °F

Yesterday's Low was 54 °F

Yesterday's Precipitation was 0.00 inches

Observations on May 23, 2017:
Time Temp Wind Conditions
12:53 AM EDT 61.0 °F 4.6 mph Overcast
1:53 AM EDT 61.0 °F 8.1 mph Overcast
2:13 AM EDT 61.0 °F 3.5 mph Mostly Cloudy
2:24 AM EDT 60.1 °F 0.0 mph Scattered Clouds
2:53 AM EDT 57.9 °F 0.0 mph Clear
3:27 AM EDT 55.0 °F 5.8 mph Clear
3:31 AM EDT 55.0 °F 5.8 mph Mist
3:40 AM EDT 57.0 °F 3.5 mph Partly Cloudy
3:43 AM EDT 57.0 °F 3.5 mph Partly Cloudy
3:53 AM EDT 57.0 °F 0.0 mph Partly Cloudy
4:04 AM EDT 57.0 °F 0.0 mph Clear
4:11 AM EDT 57.0 °F 0.0 mph Mist
4:14 AM EDT 57.0 °F 0.0 mph Partly Cloudy
4:17 AM EDT 57.0 °F 3.5 mph Scattered Clouds
4:53 AM EDT 55.9 °F 3.5 mph Clear
5:19 AM EDT 55.0 °F 0.0 mph Mist
5:28 AM EDT 55.0 °F 3.5 mph Mist
5:36 AM EDT 55.0 °F 3.5 mph Partly Cloudy
5:45 AM EDT 55.9 °F 3.5 mph Partly Cloudy
5:53 AM EDT 55.9 °F 3.5 mph Clear
6:17 AM EDT 55.9 °F 4.6 mph Clear
6:53 AM EDT 57.9 °F 5.8 mph Clear
7:53 AM EDT 57.9 °F 5.8 mph Clear
8:53 AM EDT 60.1 °F 5.8 mph Clear
9:09 AM EDT 60.1 °F 5.8 mph Mostly Cloudy
9:18 AM EDT 60.1 °F 4.6 mph Mostly Cloudy
9:53 AM EDT 62.1 °F 5.8 mph Scattered Clouds
10:53 AM EDT 63.0 °F 0.0 mph Partly Cloudy
11:17 AM EDT 63.0 °F 0.0 mph Mostly Cloudy
11:38 AM EDT 64.0 °F 3.5 mph Scattered Clouds
11:53 AM EDT 64.0 °F 0.0 mph Partly Cloudy
12:53 PM EDT 64.0 °F 6.9 mph Overcast
1:53 PM EDT 64.0 °F 3.5 mph Mostly Cloudy
2:53 PM EDT 64.9 °F 0.0 mph Mostly Cloudy
3:53 PM EDT 64.9 °F 0.0 mph Mostly Cloudy
4:53 PM EDT 64.9 °F 0.0 mph Overcast
5:53 PM EDT 64.9 °F 3.5 mph Mostly Cloudy
6:53 PM EDT 64.9 °F 4.6 mph Partly Cloudy
7:53 PM EDT 63.0 °F 3.5 mph Overcast
8:53 PM EDT 61.0 °F 3.5 mph Partly Cloudy
9:53 PM EDT 61.0 °F 3.5 mph Overcast
10:53 PM EDT 60.1 °F 0.0 mph Scattered Clouds
11:53 PM EDT 59.0 °F 0.0 mph Overcast
 
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Weather Topic: What is Snow?

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snow Next Topic: Cirrus Clouds

Snow is precipitation taking the form of ice crystals. Each ice crystal, or snowflake, has unique characteristics, but all of them grow in a hexagonal structure. Snowfall can last for sustained periods of time and result in significant buildup of snow on the ground.

On the earth's surface, snow starts out light and powdery, but as it begins to melt it tends to become more granular, producing small bits of ice which have the consistency of sand. After several cycles of melting and freezing, snow can become very dense and ice-like, commonly known as snow pack.

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Weather Topic: What are Cirrus Clouds?

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cirrus clouds Next Topic: Cirrocumulus Clouds

Cirrus clouds are high-level clouds that occur above 20,000 feet and are composed mainly of ice crystals. They are thin and wispy in appearance.

What do they indicate?
They are often the first sign of an approaching storm.

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