You look over the 8 a.m. and p.m. readings and mostly you get the idea that, hey, you know there isn't a whole lot different between the area around the Lodge and the edge of the Meadow.
Maybe there isn't, or maybe we are looking at it the wrong way.
So we set up a system to capture the temperature, humidity and barometric pressure at half-hour increments from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. (At the edge of the meadow there is the wireless unit out in the woods and the registering unit, which is enclosed) Thanks for the assist on this to the gang.
Now this gets a little more interesting!
Maybe there is something distinct about 400' elevation, and exposure versus Cascades bottom....
DATA(Not like you are really going to read the above data sheet)
TEMPERATURE CURVESBut here is a chart on temperature.
Warmer during the day at the Lodge than up on the hill.... ok.
Temperatures fall off at different rates such that when we would usually look at the snap shot they are about the same.
And then there is the humidity.....
More humid up on the hill and falling as evening sets on.
Less humid at the Lodge and rising as evening sets on.
BAROMETRIC PRESSURE CHANGEBarometric pressure tracking the same.
Only difference is that the weather equipment up at the edge of the meadow registered a rise in pressure earlier than down at the Lodge.