Weather conditions for Tiffin, Ohio
Fri, Feb 21, 2020 - 16:23 EST
Cold & Cloudy, Dry 
33.9 °F / 1.1 °C 

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Station Data
Local Date
Feb 21, 2020
Local Time
16:23 EST
Coordinates
41°07’04N, 83°09’55W
Elevation
732 feet (223.1m)
NOAA Office
Cleveland (KCLE)
We are about 70.8 miles WSW of this office.

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Tiffin/Seneca County Area Lightning

Tiffin/Seneca County Area Lightning


There are currently no storms detected by the system.


[ StormTRAC report | How to Read StormTRAC | Equipment ]

Lightning Map

How to read StormTRAC:
Diamond Color Strike Rate/Min Classification
Green 1-10 Weak
Yellow 11-49 Moderate
Red 50+ Severe
K-1461 is an assigned identifier issued by Nexstorm.
- or + indicates dominating strike polarity.
3 indicates last recorded strike rate.
^ - v indicates if storm is increasing, steady, or decreasing.

The storm pictured, is storm ID K-1461 that is weak and has a negative strike tendancy. It has a strike rate of 3 with a steady intensity.

Key
+CG: Positive cloud to ground strike -CG: Negative cloud to ground strike
+IG: Positive intracloud strike -IG: Negative intracloud strike

Boltek PCI StormtrackerLightning Detection Equipment

This system is centered around a PCI Boltek Stormtracker Lightning detection system. The system consists of a sensitive directional antenna, as well as a PCI interface card that processes the signals the antenna receives. I use Astrogenic's NexStorm software for processing and logging of lightning data. The data on this page is based on this data.


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