The growing season in Van Buren lasts 7.1 months and 216 days and rarely starts between March 11 and April 18 and ends between October 14 and November 21. The windiest day of the year is February 26, and the quietest day this year was July 29, according to the National Weather Service.
The clear part of the year in Van Buren starts on June 12 and lasts 4.6 months and ends on November 1. Winds are moderate to moderate to strong, with gusts around 50 to 60 km / h, in the range of 30 to 40 km / h.
The coldest day of the year is January 22, with an average low of 28C and a high of 44C. The cold season lasts 3.0 months and ends on 1 November, the warmest part lasts 4.6 months.
The shortest day is December 21, with an average low of 28 ° C and a maximum of 44 ° C. The longest days are January 22, January 29 and January 31. The earliest sunrise is on June 13 at 5: 43 a.m. and the earliest sunset is at 4: 47 p.m. on December 5. Late sunsets are expected at 2.45, 3.30 and 4.40 pm and 1.40 pm.
Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (March 8) and lasts 7-8 months and ends in autumn (November 1). Due to the increasing degree days alone, the first spring blooms appear in Van Buren in spring, late March or early April, with a maximum of 2.5 days in April and 3.0 days on 1 May. In autumn it appears in early May or late May, but not until mid-June or July.
Travel times and distances are guidelines and indicators and are influenced by local weather conditions and other factors such as traffic, road conditions, weather patterns, etc. Wind experienced at a particular location is a measure of wind speed and direction relative to the direction of the sun. Intermittent wind speeds and directions vary more than the hourly average, but slight seasonal fluctuations occur over the course of a year.
Because of this classification, the most common form of precipitation during the year may not be rain alone. According to the National Weather Service, the most rain falls on 31 days around April 29, and the most snow falls at or near the end of the month, with the least snow falling on the last day of February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, January, February and March. At least once a year, some snow falls in the northern half of Missouri. For example, in 2011, the most rainfall fell on a single day, March 5, while 31 of those days fell on February 5.
Summer is hot and humid in Van Buren, winter is very cold and wet and it is partly cloudy all year round. At the upper end of the mountain range, there tends to be colder, drier snow, but not as much as in other parts of Missouri.
The cloud cover is 10 points (completely clear sky) and falls linearly, so that the sky is at least as cloudy as the precipitation value for the hour in question. Precipitation values, based on three hours of precipitation concentrated on the hours in question, are 10 for precipitation and decrease linear.
Sliding over a 31-day period, centered on the day in question, accumulates a total of 1.5 inches of precipitation over the 31-day period, or about 2 inches per day.
The visit of Van Buren for warm weather activities and general outdoor activities is based on the tourism score. The visits are based on this score and account for about a third of the city's total visitor numbers last year. Visit Van Buren in general for outdoor tourists and activities, and about two-thirds of those visits were based on these tourism scores.
The visits took place from mid-June to the end of August, accounting for around one third of the total number of visitors to the city last year.
While temperatures typically vary significantly from night to day, dew points tend to change more slowly and the sky is cloudy. While temperatures can fall at night, sweltering nights are usually followed by muggy days, according to the National Weather Service.
The rainfall accumulated over a moving period of 31 days around each day of the year is shown below, as shown by the black lines below and above. The lightly tinted area around the border is the hour spent in the upper left corner of each hour for the day, and the darker area below the night. Independent values are calculated for perceived temperature, dew point, turbidity, humidity, air quality and precipitation.
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