Soil Moisture and Temperatures

Soil sensors are buried in the ground at the levels indicated below.
Each level has a temperature probe and a moisture sensor.

Moisture is measured in ' cb ' with range of 0 to 200
where 0 being totally saturated and anything over 100 being extremely dry.


Current Planting & Watering Guide

Grass
Depth: Temperature: Planting Status: Moisture: Moisture Status:
10 cm 0.0°C
Too Cold To Plant (< 10 C)
75.0 cb
Irrigation Needed (61-100)
20 cm 1.0°C
Too Cold To Plant (< 10 C)
81.0 cb
Irrigation Needed (61-100)
40 cm 1.0°C
Too Cold To Plant (< 10 C)
13.0 cb
Adequately Wet (11-25)
60 cm 1.0°C
Too Cold To Plant (< 10 C)
21.0 cb
Adequately Wet (11-25)

Record Soil Temperatures for: January


Depth: Monthly High: Monthly Low:
10 cm 0.0°C on Jan-1 -0.6°C on Jan-7
20 cm 1.1°C on Jan-1 0.6°C on Jan-3
40 cm 1.7°C on Jan-1 1.1°C on Jan-3
60 cm 2.2°C on Jan-1 1.1°C on Jan-17

Record Soil Temperatures for: 2018


Depth: Yearly High: Yearly Low:
10 cm 0.0°C on Jan-1 -0.6°C on Jan-7
20 cm 1.1°C on Jan-1 0.6°C on Jan-3
40 cm 1.7°C on Jan-1 1.1°C on Jan-3
60 cm 2.2°C on Jan-1 1.1°C on Jan-17

Record Soil Temperatures since: November 27, 2011


Depth: Record High: Record Low:
10 cm 25.6°C on Aug-3-2016 -2.2°C on Feb-6-2013
20 cm 20.0°C on Aug-3-2016 -1.7°C on Feb-10-2013
40 cm 20.0°C on Aug-20-2016 -1.1°C on Mar-6-2013
60 cm 18.9°C on Aug-20-2016 0.0°C on Nov-27-2011

Leaf Wetness Readings


Current 0.0
Daily High 15.0
Daily Low 0.0

Version 1.12 - Sep 01, 2012 - Script by: Wawaweather.net




Random Weather Facts

HEAT INDEX
The Heat Index (HI) (or apparent temperature) is a measure of relative discomfort due to combined heat and high humidity. It was developed by R.G. Steadman (1979) and is based on physiological studies of evaporative skin cooling for various combinations of ambient temperature and humidity. As temperatures climb above 90°F (°32C) and humidity goes above 40 percent, conditions are ripe for heat-related illnesses.