Missouri agricultural weather wind information and resources

  • Published: Monday, Nov. 11, 2019

A wind rose is a graphical presentation of the average hourly speed and direction of wind at a particular location. The wind rose consists of 16 petals that indicate the percent of time that a wind is blowing from that direction. By looking at the wind rose, one can quickly see the prevailing wind direction. The petals of the wind rose also are composed of different colors that represent the percent of time that a wind from that direction is within a specified speed range.

 

Missouri location
(unless otherwise noted)
Hourly wind speed graphWind rose plots
Albany
Auxvasse
Brunswick
Cape Girardeau 
Cardwell
Charleston
Clarkton
Columbia — Bradford Farms
Columbia — Jefferson Institute
Columbia — MU South Farms
Cook Station
Delta
Des Moines, Iowa 
Glennonville
Green Ridge
Jefferson City 
Joplin 
Kansas City 
Kirksville 
Lamar
Linneus
Monroe City
Mountain Grove
Novelty
Portageville — MU Delta Center
Portageville — MU Lee Farm
Springfield 
St. Joseph — Airport 
St. Joseph — MU Extension Center
St. Louis 
Steele
Vandalia
Versailles
Vichy 
Williamsburg

Author

Ray Massey
573-884-7788

Patrick Guinan
573-882-5908

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