School-Based Weather Station Network
Stations in the Network
Cumberland Community School
A storm surge occurs when the ocean underneath a strong storm (low pressure system) swells upward. A drop of pressure of one hectopascal (hPa) causes a rise in sea level of about one centimetre (cm). A strong storm can cause sea level to rise by 70 cm or more.
All Stations, One Variable
See plots for a single variable at all of the stations in the network.
Summary of Recent Observations
See a graphical summary of the latest observations across the entire network.
Now storing at least 10 409 664 421 observations.
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