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Storm glass observations

A storm glass allows you to predict the weather of the next 24 to 48 hours. Several crystal formations appear or disappear according to atmospherical changes.


The observations by tempsvrai started in July 2008. Here we show the results, so you can use these for your own forcast.


The current observation point is located at Nierstein, 15 kilometers south-southeast of Mainz.


More information about the storm glass are available at Wikipedia.




Diagram for 2018/01

Diagram of the storm glass measurements for 2018/01
Day06h12h18h
01-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
02-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
03-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
04-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
05-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
06-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
07-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
08-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
09-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals form slowly
10-01Crystals form slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
11-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
12-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals form slowlyCrystals form slowly
13-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals form slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
14-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
15-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals form slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
16-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
17-01Crystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowlyCrystals disappear slowly
18-01Crystals disappear slowlyNo data availableNo data available


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