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Weather History Results for Ranchita, CA (92066) December 30th, 2001

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On December 30th, 2001, the closest available weather station to Ranchita, CA (RAMONA, CA), reported the following conditions:

High Temp: 63°F
Low Temp: 43°F
Average Temp: 54.3°F( 22 )
Dewpoint: 45.8°F( 22 )
Sea Level Pressure: 1018.3 mb( 21 )
Station Pressure: n/a
Visibility: 10 miles( 22 )
Wind Speed: 4.9 knots( 11 )
Max Wind Speed: 8 knots
Max Wind Gust: n/a
Precipitation Amount: 0 inches H
Snow Depth: n/a
Observations: Rain/Drizzle
Key
  • ( number ) = Number of observations used in calculating result for the day.
  • H = Station reported '0' as the amount for the day (eg, from 6-hour reports), but also reported at least one occurrence of precipitation in hourly observations–this could indicate a trace occurred, but should be considered as incomplete data for the day.
  • See more historical weather results for Ranchita, CA on this day:
    December 30th, 1998
    December 30th, 1999
    December 30th, 2000
    December 30th, 2002
    December 30th, 2003
    December 30th, 2004
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