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 are provided below, along with an example of the chart. 

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Temperature refers to 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.

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.

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.

The 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.

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 from MyAcuRite.com:

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Temperature chart example from the My AcuRite™ app:

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