Data Comparison Relay / Halethorpe





CWOP (Nearby Station) Data Comparison

Data Comparison between Relay and Halethorpe (about 0.6 miles away)

CWOP ID - CW3783 (Relay Weather) in blue
lat: 39.2395, long: -76.7078, alt: 220 ft.
CWOP ID - CW1550 (Halethorpe Weather) in pink
lat: 39.2367, long: -76.6970, alt: 85 ft.


Additional Comparisons
to Compare between Relay and Elkridge (about 3.9 miles away)
to Compare between Relay and Columbia (about 5.7 miles away)
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Barometer Graph

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Baro Chart
Data courtesy of Phillip Gladstone. Script courtesy of Tony of Franklin Weather.


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Temperature Graph

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Temp Chart
Data courtesy of Phillip Gladstone. Script courtesy of Tony of Franklin Weather.


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Dewpoint Graph

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Dew Chart
Data courtesy of Phillip Gladstone. Script courtesy of Tony of Franklin Weather.


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Relative Humidity Graph

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Relative Humidity Chart
Data courtesy of Phillip Gladstone. Script courtesy of Tony of Franklin Weather.


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Wind

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Wind Vector
Data courtesy of Phillip Gladstone. Script courtesy of Tony of Franklin Weather.


Relayweather.com is a proud member of the Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP). The above charts represent data reported to CWOP for Relay and Halethorpe, Maryland. The Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP) is a private-public partnership with the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration. Its three main goals: 1) to collect weather data contributed by citizens; 2) to make this data available for weather services; and 3) to provide feedback to the data contributors so that they have the tools to check and improve their data quality. Many thanks go to Phillip Gladstone at CWOP for his dedication to providing the needed accuracy and quality checks for the amateur weather observer.