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1 Pin Willie 26-Sep-19
Nick Muche 26-Sep-19
1 Pin Willie 26-Sep-19
JL 26-Sep-19
Brotsky 26-Sep-19
skookumjt 26-Sep-19
1 Pin Willie 26-Sep-19
live2hunt88 26-Sep-19
DoorKnob 27-Sep-19
From: 1 Pin Willie
26-Sep-19
Can anyone suggest a website I can keep track of PAST weather conditions??

Most interested in temp and wind direction for obvious reasons...

Any help is appreciated!

From: Nick Muche
26-Sep-19
I was able to do this a few years ago when I wanted 10 years of wind direction history for a black bear bait station. I used Accuweather. It was pretty easy if I recall. Hope this helps!

From: 1 Pin Willie
26-Sep-19
Thanks Nick, I’ll check it out!

From: JL
26-Sep-19

JL's Link
I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for but on Weather underground you can research weather. Attached and below is the searchable almanac for Little Rock, AR. It covers up to the current date and goes back quite a few years. You can check any place including international locations. BTW....I'd try to get the name of that airport changed. ;-)

https://www.wunderground.com/history/daily/us/ar/little-rock/KLIT/date/2019-9-26

From: Brotsky
26-Sep-19
The NWS keeps archives of daily weather conditions as well by location. weather.gov

From: skookumjt
26-Sep-19
I did some research on the same thing I while back. I was able to find charts called weather roses that showed the percentage of every wind direction on a certain date over specified periods.

10% S, 14% SSW , 15% SW, etc. It was really handy and made me realize the prevailing wind in my area is not what I always thought.

From: 1 Pin Willie
26-Sep-19
Good info guys. Looks like I’ve got some research to do!

From: live2hunt88
26-Sep-19
I second Wunderground

From: DoorKnob
27-Sep-19
The Weather Underground Organization, commonly known as the Weather Underground, was a radical left militant organization active in the late 1960s and 1970s. Founded on the Ann Arbor campus of the University of Michigan, the Weather Underground was originally called Weatherman and later became known colloquially as the Weathermen.

You don't need a weathermen to know which way the wind blows ...

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