Peotone Weather

Dont forget about Saturday nights moon and star gazing!!!
Dont forget to stop by anytime between 7 and 9 p.m tomorrow night to view the moon and a few stars. Spend 5 minutes or as long as you like (until 9pm) looking through Telescopes set up compliments of Dave Fuller Web master of eyesonthesky.com, and Dave Sommerfeld Web master of peotoneweather.com. We will be set up on the west side of Peotone HS. If you drive by and cant see us from the road, pull in, we wont have any additional lights on, so we can see more in the telescopes. Oh and dress warm...forecast is for mostly clear skies and a temp between 34-37F at 7pm.

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Observations measured in Peotone

Peotone's Live Conditions          Daily Extremes      Rain    (rain/melted snow)
Temp 33 °F   High Temp 44°F 4:03am   Rainfall Hour 0.01 in
Wind Chill 25°F   Low Temp 33°F  9:26pm   Rainfall Daily 0.02 in
Wind 9  mph  ( NNW )   High Wind Gust 17 mph  1:32pm   Rainfall 24hr  in
Wind Gust 17 mph   Low Wind Chill 19°F  7:16pm   Rainfall Month 3.52 in
Wind Run 261 miles   High Heat Index 50 °F  4:03am   Rainfall Year 44.50 in
Dew Point 30°F   High UV 2.8  11:39am   Last precip 0 day ago
Humidity 90%   Astronomy   Snow
Barometer 30.32 in   Sunrise 7:23am   Storm Total Trace in
UV 0.0 None   Sunset 5:49pm   Total Snow Depth 0.0 in
Evapotranspiration 0.06 in/today          Moonrise 2:06pm   Ice 0.0 in
Solar Radiation 0W/sqm   Moonset 12:06am   Winter(2014-2015) Trace in

Records and Average Hi/Low for this date in Peotone Record Hi Record Low Record Rain Record Gust 7yr ave Hi/Low
***Records and average Hi/Low temps from data collected at peotoneweather.com, since 2007 72°F in 2008 32°F in 2012 0.61in in 2013 36mph in 2013 57°F / 38°F

National Weather Service Forecast for Peotone!

Tonight

Snow Likely. Chance for Measurable Precipitation 60%
Snow
Likely
Saturday

Mostly Sunny
Mostly
Sunny
Saturday
Night

Mostly Clear
Mostly
Clear
Sunday

Sunny
Sunny
Sunday
Night

Partly Cloudy
Partly
Cloudy
Monday

Partly Sunny
Partly
Sunny
Monday
Night

Showers Likely. Chance for Measurable Precipitation 60%
Showers
Likely
Tuesday

Showers Likely
Showers
Likely
Tuesday
Night

Slight Chc Showers
Slight Chc
Showers
Lo 32 °FHi 43 °FLo 28 °FHi 48 °FLo 38 °FHi 58 °FLo 46 °FHi 55 °FLo 40 °F

Peotone's Yearly Records 2006-2014

 High Temperature  Low Temperature  High Wind Gust  High Heat Index  Low Wind Chill
 2006  99°F  7/31/06  2006  -05°F  02/18/06  2006  93mph  10/02/06  2006  n/a    2006  n/a  
 2007  95°F  6/14/07  2007  -04°F  12/06/07  2007  60mph  10/21/07  2007  n/a    2007  n/a  
 2008  98°F  9/02/08  2008  -09°F  1/25/08  2008  60mph  1/29/08  2008  n/a    2008  n/a  
 2009  96°F  6/24/09  2009  -20°F  1/16/09  2009  49mph  3/08/09  2009  109°F  6/19/09  2009  -41°F  1/16/09
 2010  94°F  7/04/10  2010  -05°F  1/10/10  2010  48mph  10/27/10  2010  116°F  7/23/10  2010  -21°F  1/03/10
 2011  101°F  7/21/11  2011  -08°F  2/10/11  2011  48mph  11/13/11  2011  121°F  7/20/11  2011  -25°F  1/10/11
 2012  100°F  7/07/12  2012  +03°F  1/20/12  2012  60mph  6/29/12  2012  118°F  7/06/12  2012  -07°F  1/20/12
 2013  96°F  7/18/13  2013  -03°F  12/12/13  2013  60mph  6/12/13  2013  111°F  7/19/13  2013  -21°F  12/12/13
 2014  92°F  5/08/14  2014  -14°F  1/6/14  2014  67mph  8/21/14  2014  113°F  8/25/14  2014  -45°F  1/6/14

Weather History

It Happened On This Day
1989 - Halloween night was a soggy one in New England. Showers in the northeastern U.S. produced more than an inch and a half of rain in six hours at some locations. An invasion of cold arctic air brought an abrupt end to a week of "Indian Summer" type weather in the Great Lakes Region, and brought snow and subzero wind chill readings to the Northern Plains. In Colorado, Alamosa was the cold spot in the nation with a record low of two degrees above zero, and a Halloween night storm brought 3 to 6 inches of snow to the Front Range, and 5 to 10 inches to the nearby foothills. Icy streets around Denver the next morning made for a rather spooky commute. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data)
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Season Countdown

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