Mostly cloudy, then becoming mostly clear by the late morning until the late afternoon. Calm at first, becoming a gentle southerly breeze later.
Partly cloudy, then becoming mostly clear and at night. A light south-easterly breeze at first, then mostly a gentle southerly breeze.
Partly cloudy, becoming mostly clear by the late afternoon until the late evening. A gentle southerly breeze, becoming a southerly breeze at times.
Mostly clear to start with, becoming mostly cloudy by the evening until the late evening. A gentle south-easterly breeze, becoming calm at times.
Mostly clear, but becoming mostly cloudy in the late afternoon. A light north-easterly breeze at first, then mostly a northerly breeze.
Mostly clear from midnight until the late evening. A gentle northerly breeze, easing to a light north-easterly breeze later.
Partly cloudy. A gentle north-easterly breeze at first, then mostly a northerly breeze.
Soil moisture will be above the refill point, no irrigation is required.
These are some example answers and recommended actions based on the actual weather forecast.
Answers last updated at 6pm, April 1st
No.No strong winds are predicted on any day
Yes.Soil temperature exceeds 10° from midnight, through to 11pm
No.Soil moisture is more than 10% (lowest soil moisture is 34.1%)
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This is an example of actual telemetry and forecasting from a soil sensor.
This demo shows the 7 day forecast, soil moisture & temperature summary as well as irrigtation recommendations.
You can also experiment with the irrigation simulation and explore historical recorded telemetry.
You can select any dates from between 1 Jan 2009 and today.
For best results, try not to use a date range greater than 4 weeks.
This shows the last 7 days of forecasts, listed by hour.
Each hour shows the forecast that was made for it, for the last 7 days.
Provide a irrigation amount for a particular date and time, and see how this affects the following days.