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Current Weather for Burney CA 96013

Current Weather for Burney CA 96013

Last update: 2 Jun 2023 6:07 PM

(The data on this page is updated every ten minutes)

Current Temp: 76.0°F (-0.9)

Current Heat Index: 75.9°F

Current Humidity: 30 % (-1)

High Today: 77.7°F at 5:13 PM

Low Today: 42.5°F at 5:45 AM

Current Barometer: 1,011.8 mb (-0.1)

  • 10 Minute Average Wind Speed: 3 MPH (1)
  • Current Wind Chill: 76.0°F (-0.9)

    High Windspeed Today: 10 MPH at 4:06 PM

    Current Solar Radiation: 51 W/m^2 (-429)

    Highest Solar Radiation Today: 898 W/m^2 at 1:11 PM

    Average Solar Radiation Today: 365 W/m^2

    Current UV Index: 0.0 (-1.0)

    Highest UV Index for Today: 5.3 at 1:00 PM

    Average UV Index for Today: 1.8

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    Current Rainrate: 0.00 in/h (0.00)

    Today's Rain: 0.01 in

    Rain This Month: 0.28 in

    Rain This Year: 30.19 in

    Current Rain Storm: 0.30 in

    (Rainy season is from July 1 to June 30)
    (Figures in parentheses indicate hourly change)
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    This view is to the south. The town of Burney is at the base of Burney mountain and two miles distant.

    The Station is located two miles north of the town of Burney. Burney, CA US County: Shasta, CA Forecast Office: Sacramento (STO) Station type/software: Mac Mini OSX 10.15 / Davis Vantage Pro 2 Plus / Trixology's WeatherCat 3

    Burney is an unincorporated town in Shasta County, California, United States. The population was 3,154 at the 2010 census. Burney is located on State Route 299, about 4 miles west of its junction with State Route 89. Burney is a center for fly fishing, with wild brown and native rainbow trout in many nearby rivers and streams, including Hat Creek, the Pit River, and Burney Creek. Other attractions in the area include McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park, home to the Burney Falls. Burney was named after Samuel Burney, a settler in the area in the 1850s. Burney was found dead in the valley in 1857, which came to be called "the valley where Burney died," and finally just "Burney".

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