From that temperature range, I'm guessing numerology plays a large role in tobacco metaphysics.
In any case, I've decided to reprise my rainfall experiment and will now be tracking hourly temperatures here, with the help of Weather Underground. WU gives you access to past data, which will make things all the easier as I don't have a data collection setup for temperatures and I'm too lazy to make one.
Instead, I'll have to render each day's table page, save it as HTML to a file and then go through those files to get the data. It's a lot of right-click-save-as drudgery. The mods to my code to scrape the data once it's saved as individual files are minimal, but I don't have the time to grind through two months of web pages right now. Tomorrow morning, for sure. In the meantime, here are the stars of the show, shot on location recently and then the dreaded table of data. Enjoy.
|Tobacco plants grow to 4-6 feet tall, so while they may seem crowded by the neighboring flowers, that shouldn't last long unless their growth is stunted by San Diego's severe cold weather.|
|The data table. So close and yet so far away!|