Temperature Chart

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The Temperature Chart displays the details of your AcuRite temperature sensor readings, calculated measurements, and changes over time.

The details of the chart data displayed is provided below, along with an example of a chart example of a chart.

Icon-Thermometer-DADADA64x.pngTemperature

Temperature refers the measurement of air, liquid or soil in Fahrenheit or Celsius.

Temp High - the highest recorded temperature reading in the interval of time being viewed.

Temp Low - the lowest recorded temperature reading in the interval of time being viewed.

Icon-DewPoint-51x.pngDew Point

Dew Point is the temperature at which the air becomes fully saturated with water vapor (i.e. 100% humidity).

Dew Point High - the highest Dew Point measurement in the interval of time being viewed.

Dew Point Low - the lowest Dew Point measurement in the interval of time being viewed.

Icon-FeelsLike-green51x.pngFeels Like temperature

The Feels Like temperature is a measurement of how hot or cold it really feels outside. The Feels Like temperature is calculated and displayed when temperatures are between 40° to 80° Fahrenheit (4° to 27° Celsius).

Feels Like High - the highest Feels Like measurement in the interval of time being viewed.

Feels Like Low - the lowest Feels Like measurement in the interval of time being viewed.

Icon-FeelsLike-Orange51x.pngHeat Index

Heat index is a measurement of how hot it feels outside and is only calculated and displayed when temperatures exceed 80° Fahrenheit (27 ° Celsius).

Heat Index High - the highest Heat Index measurement in the interval of time being viewed.

Icon-FeelsLike-Blue51x.pngWind Chill

Wind Chill is a measure of how cold it really feels outside and is only calculated and displayed when temperatures are below 40° Fahrenheit (4° Celsius).

Wind Chill Low - the lowest Wind Chill measurement in the interval of time being viewed.

Temperature chart example

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Temperature chart example

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