------------------INTERNATIONAL STATION METEOROLOGICAL CLIMATE SUMMARY-------------------

 :STA 789820 | TNCA | PRINCESS BEATRIX AP , ,NU-Telecom Summary
:LAT 12 30N :LONG 070 01W :ELEV 108(ft) 00033(m) :TYPE NAVY SMOS V3 12121994
42 - Foreign STATION CLIMATIC SUMMARY (Derived from Hourly Data)


POR: (HOURLY): 1973-1993 

     TEMPERATURE (DEG F)|REL HUM|VAP|DEW| PR |WIND (KTS) |TOT|      MEAN NO. OF DAYS WITH (&)
        MEANS   |EXTREME|PERCENT|PR |PT.| ALT|           |SKY|  TEMP (DEG F) |      PRECIPITATION         |      OBSTR TO VISION  |
        |   |   |   |   | (LST) |IN.|(F)| FT.|PREVAIL|MAX|CVR|MAX|MAX|MIN|MIN|    |FRZ |    |HAIL|    |TH |FOG|SMOK|BLOW|DUST| OBS|
     MAX|MIN|AVG|MAX|MIN|   |   |HG.|   |  $ |DIR|SPD|SPD| + | >=| >=| <=| <=|R/DZ|R/DZ|SNOW|/SLT|PRCP|STM| * |HAZE|SNOW|SAND| VIS|
                        | 05| 17|                            | 95| 85| 75| 65|                                                     

 JAN  85  76  81  90  66  83  71 .78  71   25   E  14  58 SCT   0  16  16   0   15    0    0    0   15   #   #    2    0    #    2
 FEB  85  76  81  90  70  82  69 .77  71   25   E  15  61 SCT   0  19  11   0   11    0    0    #   11   #   0    3    0    #    3
 MAR  86  77  82  91  72  82  68 .78  72   30   E  16  53 SCT   0  27   8   0    9    0    0    #    9   #   0    6    0    #    6
 APR  87  78  83  93  72  83  71 .82  73   30   E  16  52 SCT   0  27   3   0    7    0    0    #    7   #   #    7    0    1    7
 MAY  88  79  84  95  72  84  72 .86  74   30   E  16  59 SCT   #  29   1   0    7    0    0    #    7   1   0    9    0    1    9
 JUN  89  80  85  93  70  84  71 .87  75   25   E  18  59 SCT   0  29   1   0    8    0    0    #    9   1   #   10    0    1   10
 JUL  88  79  84  99  72  86  71 .87  75   25   E  16  58 SCT   #  29   1   0   12    0    0    #   12   1   #    7    0    #    7
 AUG  89  80  85  93  73  84  70 .87  75   30   E  16  57 SCT   0  30   1   0    9    0    0    #    9   1   #    4    0    #    4
 SEP  89  80  85  95  70  84  72 .89  76   30   E  15  43 SCT   #  29   1   0    8    0    0    #    8   3   #    2    0    #    2
 OCT  89  80  85  95  68  86  74 .90  76   35   E  13  59 SCT   #  29   2   0   11    0    0    0   11   4   #    1    0    0    2
 NOV  87  79  83  93  68  86  75 .87  75   35   E  13  54 SCT   0  26   4   0   15    0    0    0   15   2   #    1    0    0    1
 DEC  85  77  81  91  70  85  74 .82  73   30   E  13  50 SCT   0  19  10   0   18    0    0    #   18   #   #    1    0    #    2
 ANN  87  79  83  99  66  84  72 .84  74   30   E  15  61 SCT   # 307  57   0  130    0    0    1  131  13   2   53    0    3   55
 POR  21  21  21  21  21   7  16  14  14   15  15  15  21  14  21  21  21  21   20   20   20   20   20  20  20   20   20   20   20


T = TRACE AMOUNTS ( < .05  < .5 INCHES  
# = MEAN NO. DAYS < .5 DAYS 
$ = PRESSURE ALTITUDE IN TENS OF FEET (I.E.  50 = 500 FEET) 
@ = NAVY STATIONS REPORT HAIL AS SNOWFALL; ALSO NWS FROM JULY,1948-DEC.,1955
+ = THE PREDOMINANT SKY CONDITION
* = VISIBILITY IS NOT CONSIDERED
& = ANN TOTALS MAY NOT EQUAL SUM OF MONTHLY VALUES DUE TO ROUNDING 
^ = 24 HR MAX PRECIP AND SNOWFALL ARE DAILY TOTALS (MID-NIGHT TO MID-NIGHT)  
I = EXCESSIVE MISSING DATA - VALUE NOT COMPUTED
" = INCHES


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