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Weather History Results for Clear Lake, IA (50428) July 22nd, 1964

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On July 22nd, 1964, the closest available weather station to Clear Lake, IA (MASON CITY MUNICIPAL ARPT, IA), reported the following conditions:

High Temp: 93°F *
Low Temp: 66.9°F *
Average Temp: 79°F( 24 )
Dewpoint: 70.7°F( 24 )
Sea Level Pressure: 1013.2 mb( 24 )
Station Pressure: 970 mb( 24 )
Visibility: 10.8 miles( 24 )
Wind Speed: 8 knots( 24 )
Max Wind Speed: 20 knots
Max Wind Gust: n/a
Precipitation Amount: 0 inches I
Snow Depth: n/a
Observations: Fog
Key
  • ( number ) = Number of observations used in calculating result for the day.
  • * = Indicates max temp was derived from the hourly data (i.e., highest hourly or synoptic-reported temperature), and not from the explicit max temp report.
  • I = Station did not report any precipitation data for the day and did not report any occurrences of precipitation in its hourly observations–it's still possible that precipitation occurred but was not reported.
  • See more historical weather results for Clear Lake, IA on this day:
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