RedRabbit Posted May 20, 2020 Report Share Posted May 20, 2020 (edited) 5 hours ago, Jimbean said: Interesting. You think the isotherm map would look like that averaging since 1990? I'd like to see some data, along with evidence to fill the gaps. Good maps take patience and detail to make. I'd like to see it a good zone map of the Tampa area, I've always wondered how it compared to east central Florida. Yes, I think so. 36 minutes ago, kinzyjr said: I don't know if this will help as a quick reference or not, but here is a map of the Tampa region with the locations and abbreviations for the airports in the area. Not 100% sure how much data you might be able to get for each of them from WeatherUnderground, NOAA, etc., but it's a good start. Thanks @kinzyjr. If memory serves, the airports had averages something like this: 1. low 20s, not sure on the exact number but want to say 24f. 4. 35f 5. 39f 6. 33f 8. 33f 9. 35f 10. 28f I don’t recall what 7 was but a lot of people have criticized that reporting station as inaccurate so I’m not sure the averages matter there. Edited May 20, 2020 by RedRabbit 2 1 Westchase | 9b, St. Petersburg | 9b, & Laurel | 10a Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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