Module 29 Sewanee’s climate

Learning goals

  • This is a review exercise: apply the dplyr and ggplot skills introduced in the previous modules and the Deep R modules on Working with Dates and Times and Working with Text to analyze climate records for Sewanee, TN, USA.

 

library(weatherr)
library(tidygeocoder)
sewanee_location <- geo(address = '735 University Avenue, Sewanee TN')
fc <- locationforecast(lon = sewanee_location$long,
                       lat = sewanee_location$lat)

1. Plot the forecasted temperature

2. Get average cloudiness by day.

3. Plot average cloudiness by day.

4. Plot humidity.

5. Get the maximum temperature by hour (without date). Plot it.

6. Make a variable called date. This should just be the date (without the time)

7. Plot wind direction over time, with the line color showing the date.

8. Create a variable called perfect. This should include conditions indicating whether the weather in that moment is perfect.

9. How much of the next few days is going to be perfect?

10. Create a variable called hour. What is the best time of day (across all days) to fly a kite in the next few days?

11. Use date to get the average windspeed per day. What is the best day to fly a kite this week?

12. Get the average temperature by hour. What is, on average, the coldest moment of the day? And the hottest?