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Temperature, Humidity, Dewpoint, Conversion Tools



The following conversion scripts courtesy of Tim Brice and Todd Hall of the National Weather Service in El Paso, TX;
modified by Bobby Graves - KB5HAV for use by the Hurricane Watch Net.

Temperature Unit Conversion
Answers:
Fahrenheit ° F
Celsius ° C
Kelvin ° K
Rankin ° Rankine

Relative Humidity to Dewpoint Convertor
Enter a temperature, relative humidity and
actual station pressure
 
Temperature:  wet-bulb  unit dewpoint
° F ° C ° Kelvin ° F
RH: ° C
% ° K
Enter your actual station pressure
(not the altimeter setting):
 
in HG mm HG
                          millibars (hPA)
 

Dewpoint to Wet-bulb and Relative Humidity Calculator
Enter a temperature, dewpoint and
actual station pressure
 
Temperature: wet-bulb temperature
Fahrenheit Celsius Kelvin ° Fahrenheit
Dewpoint: ° Celsius
Fahrenheit Celsius Kelvin ° Kelvin
Enter your actual station pressure
(not the altimeter setting):
relative humidity
in HG mm HG
                          millibars (hPA)
%

Heat Index Calculator
Enter a temperature that you
would like and choose your units:
What the temperature feels like to
your body:
° F ° C ° F
Enter your relative humidity:  
% ° C

Wind Chill Calculator
Enter a temperature and wind speed
that you would like calculated:
What the temperature feels like to
your body:
° F ° C ° F
mph knots
                       m/s k/h
° C
  Watts per Meter Squared