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PRELIMINARY LOCAL CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA (WS FORM: F-6)

                                          STATION:   BURLINGTON CO
                                          MONTH:     MARCH
                                          YEAR:      2011
                                          LATITUDE:   39 15 N
                                          LONGITUDE: 102 17 W

  TEMPERATURE IN F:       :PCPN:    SNOW:  WIND      :SUNSHINE: SKY     :PK WND
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1   2   3   4   5  6A  6B    7    8   9   10  11  12  13   14  15   16   17  18
                                     12Z  AVG MX 2MIN
DY MAX MIN AVG DEP HDD CDD  WTR  SNW DPTH SPD SPD DIR MIN PSBL S-S WX    SPD DR
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 1  62  24  43   8  22   0 0.00    M    M 10.8 17 150   M    M   0        33 130
 2  41  19  30  -5  35   0 0.00    M    M 10.1 18 190   M    M   5 12     23 190
 3  65  20  43   8  22   0 0.00    M    M  9.2 25  50   M    M   3 1      33  50
 4  42  18  30  -6  35   0 0.03    M    M 11.5 22  10   M    M   6        29 280
 5  53  15  34  -2  31   0 0.00    M    M 10.6 21 200   M    M   0        26 200
 6  56  16  36   0  29   0 0.00    M    M  9.5 20  40   M    M   3        23  50
 7  29  17  23 -13  42   0 0.19    M    M 12.4 21  10   M    M   8 12     24 360
 8  26  10  18 -19  47   0 0.14    M    M 10.6 17 350   M    M   8 128    21 350
 9  48  10  29  -8  36   0 0.00    M    M 11.4 24 330   M    M   1        32 320
10  66  23  45   8  20   0 0.00    M    M 10.3 18 190   M    M   0        22 190
11  72  31  52  15  13   0 0.00    M    M 12.6 29  40   M    M   0        33  30
12  57  23  40   3  25   0 0.00    M    M 11.5 24 160   M    M   0        30 150
13  44  22  33  -5  32   0 0.00    M    M  9.4 20 140   M    M   4        24 150
14  60  22  41   3  24   0 0.00    M    M 14.0 23 210   M    M   2 1      26 200
15  60  27  44   6  21   0 0.00    M    M  9.9 23  20   M    M   0        28  20
16  76  34  55  17  10   0 0.00    M    M 13.6 23 220   M    M   0        29 210
17  63  36  50  11  15   0 0.00    M    M 14.0 26 360   M    M   0        33  10
18  57  33  45   6  20   0 0.00    M    M 12.7 25 170   M    M   3        30 170
19  72  36  54  15  11   0 0.00    M    M 24.4 36 160   M    M   1        40 170
20  68  40  54  14  11   0 0.00    M    M 11.6 32 330   M    M   0        41 330
21  84  25  55  15  10   0 0.00    M    M 14.3 35 190   M    M   1 8      45 180
22  60  30  45   5  20   0    T    M    M 12.1 30 290   M    M   2         M  M
23  59  19  39  -1  26   0 0.00    M    M 13.6 32 340   M    M   0        43 340
24  53  18  36  -5  29   0 0.00    M    M 18.1 39 310   M    M   1        48 300
25  57  21  39  -2  26   0 0.00    M    M 15.0 30 140   M    M   2 18     33 140
26  54  29  42   1  23   0 0.04    M    M 10.7 24 320   M    M   6 12     31 320
27  30  28  29 -13  36   0 0.07    M    M 15.1 22 140   M    M  10 12     25 140
28  43  27  35  -7  30   0 0.00    M    M 10.5 21 170   M    M  10 1      25 170
29  43  28  36  -6  29   0 0.20    M    M  9.3 21 330   M    M   7 12     25 330
30  58  30  44   2  21   0 0.00    M    M 13.3 29 320   M    M   6        36 320
31  62  39  51   8  14   0 0.01    M    M 11.3 23 360   M    M   6        35 320
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SM 1720  770       765   0  0.68    M    383.4          M       95
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AV 55.5 24.8                              12.4 FASTST   M    M   3    MAX(MPH)
                                 MISC ---->  # 39 310               # 48  300
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NOTES:
# LAST OF SEVERAL OCCURRENCES

COLUMN 17 PEAK WIND IN M.P.H.

PRELIMINARY LOCAL CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA (WS FORM: F-6) , PAGE 2

                                          STATION:  BURLINGTON CO
                                          MONTH:    MARCH
                                          YEAR:     2011
                                          LATITUDE:   39 15 N
                                          LONGITUDE: 102 17 W

[TEMPERATURE DATA]      [PRECIPITATION DATA]       SYMBOLS USED IN COLUMN 16

AVERAGE MONTHLY: 40.2   TOTAL FOR MONTH:   0.68    1 = FOG OR MIST
DPTR FM NORMAL:   1.6   DPTR FM NORMAL:   -0.37    2 = FOG REDUCING VISIBILITY
HIGHEST:    84 ON 21    GRTST 24HR  0.20 ON 29-29      TO 1/4 MILE OR LESS
LOWEST:     10 ON  9, 8                            3 = THUNDER
                        SNOW, ICE PELLETS, HAIL    4 = ICE PELLETS
                        TOTAL MONTH:    M          5 = HAIL
                        GRTST 24HR    M  ON   M    6 = FREEZING RAIN OR DRIZZLE
                        GRTST DEPTH:  M  ON   M    7 = DUSTSTORM OR SANDSTORM:
                                                       VSBY 1/2 MILE OR LESS
                                                   8 = SMOKE OR HAZE
[NO. OF DAYS WITH]      [WEATHER - DAYS WITH]      9 = BLOWING SNOW
                                                   X = TORNADO
MAX 32 OR BELOW:   3    0.01 INCH OR MORE:   7
MAX 90 OR ABOVE:   0    0.10 INCH OR MORE:   3
MIN 32 OR BELOW:  25    0.50 INCH OR MORE:   0
MIN  0 OR BELOW:   0    1.00 INCH OR MORE:   0

[HDD (BASE 65) ]
TOTAL THIS MO.   765    CLEAR  (SCALE 0-3)  20
DPTR FM NORMAL   -54    PTCLDY (SCALE 4-7)   8
TOTAL FM JUL 1  5094    CLOUDY (SCALE 8-10)  3
DPTR FM NORMAL  -338

[CDD (BASE 65) ]
TOTAL THIS MO.     0
DPTR FM NORMAL     0    [PRESSURE DATA]
TOTAL FM JAN 1     0    HIGHEST SLP M ON M
DPTR FM NORMAL     0    LOWEST  SLP 29.52 ON 17

[REMARKS]
#FINAL-03-11#


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