Fred Lossing Observatory Weather Info
The words on left are current conditions like cloudy, clear, dry, rain, dark, daylight,
calm and windy. The values to the right of the conditions are thresholds configured
in the program related to when these conditions are declared.
(They are not the current values.) These are the current conditions There are 3 shaded areas (dark grey, light grey, light blue) that denote where very cloudy, cloudy, and clear boundaries
are at a given time. (These change with ambient temperature so they move around.)
The bolder light blue line is the sky temperature and the area of the graph in which that appears
(dark grey, light grey, light blue) indicates whether it is very cloudy, cloudy, or clear.
The dark blue line in that graph at the top is the ambient temp. The brightness graph just shows relative brightness and
the units aren't meaningful. Full dark is under 20%.
Satellite Imagery(click for animation)