Bridge Lake Weather Update


Welcome to the Friends of Bridge Lake Weather Station

Latitude: N 51° 30' 40.9"       Longitude: W 120° 46' 39.8"       Elevation: 1204m


Weather data recording at this station began on 18 November 2010.
Here are the extremes recorded since then.

Temperature
Highest Temperature43.4 °C   (110.1 °F)at 10:20 on 07 August 2012
Lowest Temperature-39.9 °C   (-39.8 °F)at 04:26 on 14 January 2020
Highest Apparent Temp 1)48.4 °C   (119.1 °F)at 10:20 on 07 August 2012
Lowest Apparent Temp 1)-43.9 °C   (-47.0 °F)at 05:25 on 14 January 2020
Highest Minimum Temp. The lowest recorded temperature on that day. With other words:
it didn't get colder than 15.3 °C on 23 September 2011
15.3 °C   (59.5 °F)at 00:00 on 23 September 2011
Lowest Maximum Temp. The highest recorded temperature on that day. With other words:
it didn't get any wormer than -28.6 °C on 14 January 2020
-28.6 °C   (-19.5 °F)at 14:27 on 14 January 2020
 
Rainfall / Snowfall
Highest Rain Rate How fast rain is falling is classified according to the rate or precipitation.
Very light rain precipitation rate is < 0.25 mm/h
Light rain precipitation rate is between 0.25mm/h and 1.0mm/h
Moderate rain precipitation rate is between 1.0 mm/h and 4.0 mm/h
Heavy rain recipitation rate is between 4.0 mm/h and 16.0 mm/h
Very heavy rain precipitation rate is between 16.0 mm/h and 50 mm/h
Extreme rain precipitation rate is > 50.0 mm/h
115.1 mm/h   (4.5 in/h)at 20:02 on 20 October 2018
Highest Hourly Rainfall141.6 mm   (5.6 in)at 03:20 on 21 October 2018
Highest Daily Rainfall557.1 mm   (21.9 in)on 23 July 2020
Highest Monthly Rainfall647.7 mm   (25.5 in)July 2020
 
Highest Daily Snowfall25.0 cm   (9.8 in)at 06:35 on 1 January 2020
Highest Monthly Snowfall96.0 cm   (37.8 in)February 2018
Highest Snow Depth83.0 cm   (32.7 in)at 06:51 on 18 February 2018
 
Wind
Highest Wind Speed Avg45.9 km/h   (28.5 mph)at 15:37 on 11 September 2013
Highest Wind Gust91.5 km/h   (56.9 mph)at 18:46 on 17 July 2019
Highest Wind Run A measurement of how much wind has passed a given point in a period of time. A wind blowing at a constant 3 km/h for two hours would give a wind run of 6 km. The wind run is calculated by noting the average wind speed every minute, and adding in a minute's worth of ‘distance’ corresponding to that speed.352.6 km   (219.1 mi)on 03 December 2012
 
Pressure
Highest Pressure 2)1049.9 hPaat 21:07 on 30 November 2011
Lowest Pressure 2)984.1 hPaat 11:10 on 13 November 2020

Notes:  The weather station in use is a National Geographic™ 265NC, powered by the CumulusMX v3.9.1 weather software.
              Data are updated every 10 minutes. The meteorological day used at this station ends at midnight.

1)   Apparent temperature is the general term for the perceived outdoor temperature, caused by the combined effects of
       air temperature, relative humidity and wind speed.
2)   The atmospheric (barometric) pressure displayed is corrected to sea level. The average sea-level pressure is 1013.25 hPa.