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Weather Soil Groundwater Sediment Streamflow Reservoirs

Solar Eclipse 2017 and the Illinois Climate Network

On August 21st, the United States, from Oregon to South Carolina, will experience a total eclipse. The path of totality will pass through southern Illinois.

The Illinois Climate Network (ICN) will collect 10 second and 5 minute weather data (air temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation, barometric pressure, and wind) from all 19 stations during the eclipse. This data will be combined with that collected by other researchers and networks to study atmospheric changes that occur during the eclipse. Real time graphs of solar radiation and air temperature are below.

Belleville
Big Bend
Bondville
Brownstown
Carbondale
Champaign
DeKalb
Dixon Springs
Fairfield
Freeport
Monmouth
Olney
Peoria
Perry
Rend Lake
Snicarte
St. Charles
Springfield
Stelle
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