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Daily High/Low Temperature for St. Petersburg, FL

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plot(time1392,data1392, 'ro-',time1391,data1391,'bo-');
title('High & Low Temps, St. Petersburg, FL')
ylabel('Temp (F^{\circ})');
datetick;
legend('Highs','Lows');
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    3 comments

    For some reason, the timing of the data collection is causing problems with the results. Its making it look like the highs and lows are getting swapped, but in fact, they are not.

    Updated the trends to collect data at the same time every day, at either 5 or 6am EST depending on wether DST is active... no way to indicate time of collection other than in UTC... Either trendy needs to be fixed for a more consistent time capability, or all the worlds governments need to hurry up and come to their senses so they can end daylight savings time practices.

    Oh, and all the old data was deleted so we can have a fresh start. :-)