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Daily Summaries for Stanton

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A meteorological station located at Stanton in Glacier National Park, MT, collected temperature, wind, solar radiation, and relative humidity data intermittently from 1994 to 1997. All data are preliminary and subject to change. Daily temperature summaries of these data are illustrated below. Each day is represented by a 24 hour average. Days with less than 24 hours of recorded data are represented as missing days.



Figure 1.0 Average daily temperatures at Stanton in Glacier National Park, MT, years 1994-1998. Each year (water year) runs from October 1 through September 30. The daily value is an average of 24 hourly average values. Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded from this data set and represented by missing data.





Figure 1.1 Maximum daily temperatures at Stanton in Glacier National Park, MT, years 1994-1998. Each year (water year) runs from October 1 through September 30. The daily Tmax value is the highest of 24 average hourly temperatures. Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded from this data set and represented by missing data.





Figure 1.2 Minimum daily temperatures at Stanton in Glacier National Park, MT, years 1994-1998. Each year (water year) runs from October 1 through September 30. The daily Tmin value is the lowest of 24 average hourly temperatures. Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded from this data set and represented by missing data.





Figure 2.0 Annual number of days when maximum daily temperature is greater than 60 degrees Fahrenheit at Stanton in Glacier National Park, MT, years 1994-1998. Each year (water year) runs from October 1 through September 30. Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded from this data set and represented by missing data. Missing days are represented by error bars.





Figure 2.1 Annual number of days when minimum daily temperature is less than 32 degrees Fahrenheit at Stanton in Glacier National Park, MT, years 1994-1998. Each year (water year) runs from October 1 through September 30. Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded from this data set and represented by missing data. Missing days are represented by error bars.





Figure 2.2 Annual number of days when minimum daily temperature is less than zero degrees Fahrenheit at Stanton in Glacier National Park, MT, years 1994-1998. Each year (water year) runs from October 1 through September 30. Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded from this data set and represented by missing data. Missing days are represented by error bars.





Figure 3.0 Number of days when maximum temperatures are above 60 degrees Fahrenheit at Stanton during the fall. Fall is defined as the days occurring between fall equinox and winter solstice.  Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded. Missing days are represented by the error bars.





Figure 3.1 Number of days when maximum temperatures are above 60 degrees Fahrenheit at Stanton during the spring. Spring is defined as the days between spring equinox and summer solstice. Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded. Missing days are represented by the error bars.





Figure 3.2  Number of days when maximum temperatures are above 60 degrees Fahrenheit at Stanton during summer. Summer is defined as the days occurring between summer solstice and fall equinox. Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded. Missing days are represented by the error bars.





Figure 4.0 Number of days when minimum temperatures are below 32 degrees Fahrenheit at Stanton during the fall. Fall is defined as the days occurring between fall equinox and winter solstice.  Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded. Missing days are represented by the error bars.





Figure 4.1 Number of days when minimum temperatures are below 32 degrees Fahrenheit at Stanton during the winter. Winter is defined as the days occurring between winter solstice and spring equinox. Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded. Missing days are represented by the error bars.





Figure 4.2 Number of days when minimum temperatures are below 32 degrees Fahrenheit at Stanton during spring. Spring is defined as the days between spring equinox and summer solstice.  Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded. Missing days are represented by the error bars.

Figure 4.3 Number of days when minimum temperatures are below 32 degrees Fahrenheit at Stanton during summer. Summer is defined as the days occurring between summer solstice and fall equinox. Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded. Missing days are represented by the error bars.

Figure 5.0 Number of days when minimum temperatures are below 0 degrees Fahrenheit at Stanton during the fall. Fall is defined as the days occurring between fall equinox and winter solstice.  Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded. Missing days are represented by the error bars.

Figure 5.1  Number of days when minimum temperatures are below 0 degrees Fahrenheit at Stanton during the winter. Winter is defined as the days occurring between winter solstice and spring equinox.  Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded. Missing days are represented by the error bars.

Figure 5.2 Number of days when minimum temperatures are below 0 degrees Fahrenheit at Stanton during spring. Spring is defined as the days between spring equinox and summer solstice.  Any day with less than 24 hours of data is excluded. Missing days are represented by the error bars.

Summary Statistics for Stanton

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Table 1.0 Total number of missing days of data at Stanton1994-1998.





Table 1.1 Number of degree days and missing days of data at Stanton during spring, water years 1994-1998.




Table 1.2 Number of degree days and missing days of data at Stanton during summer, water years 1994-1998.




Table 1.3 Number of degree days and missing days of data at Stanton during fall, water years 1994-1998.




Table 1.4 Number of degree days and missing days of data at Stanton during winter, water years 1994-1998.




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