Seymour Indiana Weather
No one covers Seymour, Indiana and surrounding areas for the Tribune, but they cover Jackson County. Below is a list of weather forecasts for Seymour and surrounding areas, as well as a brief summary of what to expect.
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The topography within 2 miles of Seymour is essentially flat, and the average wind speed on July 31, the quietest day of the year, is 5.1 miles per hour. In the south, there is a wind current of 1.2 miles per hour from north to east and a 2.5 foot long (0.7 meter) wind tunnel. The average wind speeds are 9 and 2 miles per hour, with the highest being 9.4 miles per hour in the west and 6.3 miles per hour in the southeast.
Temperatures in Seymour range from 68 to 86 degrees, and it is humid on the warmest days of the year. On August 23, the clearest day of the year, the probability of cloudy or mostly cloudy conditions is 59%, with the highest probability of 69%. By comparison, it was 41% on 21 May and 21% on 29 January). There will be muggy conditions on July 31, with a peak of 71% for Seymour and a low of 60% on August 22.
Every day, different types of precipitation are observed, without the trace amounts, and rain and snow fall on the same day. In Seymour, the probability of a wet day during October is essentially constant, at 24%. The probability of rainfall falling 31 consecutive days from October 1 to October 31 is essentially constant: it falls by 1.0 inches and remains below 3.1 inches throughout, rarely above 5.6 inches.
For each hour, the average wind direction is the four cardinal points, and the average wind speeds that are less than 1.0 km / h during this hour are excluded. The average rainfall accumulation (solid line) over a moving period of 31 days around the day in question is shown in the table as shown in the red line, with the average rainfall for each day from 1 October to 31 October. The following graph also shows the rainfall accumulated during the slide over the period of 31 days, centered around the days.
The lightly tinted areas around the borders are the hours with the highest wind speed (1.0 km / h or higher) and the lowest rainfall.
The colour bands (yellow and grey) indicate the time of day with the highest wind speed (1.0 km / h or higher) and the lowest rainfall. The most important phases of the moon are indicated by the ribbon (red, blue, green, yellow, orange and blue). The colors in the band show their phase in relation to the orbit of the moon around the Earth (blue to red).
The vertical axis is the hour of day, the horizontal axis is the days and the coloured areas indicate when the moon is above the horizon (light blue area), and indicate the time of day with the highest wind speed (1.0 km / h or higher) and the least rainfall. The colored surface indicates the moon phase when it is above or below the horizon (dark blue) or at a distance from the sun (red).
The earliest sunrise of the month of Seymour is on October 1st at 7: 39 a.m. and is 30 minutes later on October 31st at 8: 10 a.m. The earliest sunset is on November 1st at 5.30 pm, the first day in November, and the latest sunrise is on November 2nd at 7.25 pm, a total of 6.5 hours. On December 1st, the last day before the end of the winter season, the late sunset is at 6.45 p.m.
Daylight saving time begins in October and is observed in Seymour until 2021, and the day length decreases by 1 hour and 12 minutes, giving a total duration of 1.5 hours and 15 minutes. The longest day is October 1st with 11 hours and 46 minutes of daylight, the shortest day of the month is October 31st with 10 hours and 34 minutes of daylight. This whole month was the first month of summer time in the history of Seymour, but not the last.
The percentage of time spent in cloudy skies is classified as a percentage of time spent in cloudy skies. On average, increasing cloud cover and accumulation on average as the growing degrees per day. The number of clouds or cases of cloud cover increases from 34% to 43%.
During the month, the average wind speed in Seymour increases from 6.6 miles per hour to 7.7 miles per hour and increases to 6-6 miles per hour. The number of days when it gets muggy in Seymour decreases in October and is rapidly declining, from 98% to 42%. On average, cloud cover and accumulation increases from 3,622AdegF to 3,874ADEGF over the course of a month as the daily grades increase. During the course of a month, the total accumulated rainfall and snowfall accumulates during the growing season. Increases by 252ADGEF, increased from 2848ADGF to 4,921ADegF, while the increase in average hourly wind speed over Seymour decreases from 4.5 miles per hour to 2.4 miles per hour and increases from 8 to 0.0 miles per hour.