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Weather History Results for Albany, NY (12203) August 27th, 2004

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On August 27th, 2004, the closest available weather station to Albany, NY (ALBANY COUNTY AP, NY), reported the following conditions:

High Temp:81°F
Low Temp: 57.9°F
Average Temp:70.7°F( 24 )
Dewpoint:64.9°F( 24 )
Sea Level Pressure:1020 mb( 24 )
Station Pressure:n/a
Visibility:8.1 miles( 24 )
Wind Speed:8 knots( 24 )
Max Wind Speed:12 knots
Max Wind Gust:n/a
Precipitation Amount:0 inches D
Snow Depth:n/a
  • ( number ) = Number of observations used in calculating result for the day.
  • D = Summation of 4 reports of 6-hour precipitation amount.
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