2022-12-13: This project is still active but has very limited support at present. Sorry. I will do my best to bring things back online but it will be a slow process. The iOS app no longer works in the latest versions of iOS and iPadOS. -- Ed

# Station Monthly Statistics -- Dunsmuir Middle School

## March at Dunsmuir Middle School

Station name Month

February at Dunsmuir Middle School
Year Minimum
°C
Mean
(Std. Dev.) °C
Maximum
°C
Count
20155.48.22 (1.6)10.928
20104.67.27 (1.6)10.028
20164.16.74 (1.6)9.729
20073.65.84 (1.4)8.328
20184.45.72 (0.8)7.33
20133.35.44 (1.2)7.728
20123.25.42 (1.3)7.929
20082.85.30 (1.5)8.029
20202.45.04 (1.7)8.124
20091.34.25 (1.9)7.628
20170.93.45 (1.7)6.527
20140.83.29 (1.2)5.425
20110.23.06 (1.6)5.828
2019-0.81.75 (1.5)4.428
Means2.65.17.7

## How are Monthly Means Calculated?

The table shows values for the selected month from each year in the database. Values are given in degrees Celsius. Averages shown here are calculated from daily averages for the month. The value in parentheses following the monthly mean value is the standard deviation of the daily averages used to compute the mean. The minimum (maximum) is the average of the minimum (maximum) temperature observed on each day of the selected month. Table rows are shown by default in descending order of Mean value. Click on the column heads to change the ordering. In some cases the months may be incomplete. Months that have fewer than 24 daily values are shown in red. This may include the present month.

The last row in the table gives the averages of the columns. Click through the links in the column headers to sort by the different quanitities.

The values in the box and whisker plot are plotted so that the average daily minimum and average daily maximum are marked at the end of the whiskers, the mean value is shown with a horizontal tick across each box, and the boxes show the range of plus and minus one standard deviation from the mean value. The average of the daily average temperatures is shown with a dashed horizontal line and the average extremes are drawn with dotted lines.