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1. Data Time History Displays
You can look at the data time history over the past 1, 2, 5, and 10 days by clicking on a state in the weather radar map in the box below. If the map is not there, click here to get a list of stations in Colorado and then change the "CO" in the URL to the two letter designator for the state you want. Here's a short form for these same links.
This current national weather radar map was provided by Weather Underground. Click on a state to get a alphabetical list of towns/cities with CWOP stations in that state.
Other US CWOP Stations: AK - DC - DE - HI - GU - MP - PR - RI - VI
International CWOP Stations: AT - AU - BE - CA - CH - DE - DK - ES - FI - FR - GR - IT - JP - MX - NL - NO - NZ - PL - PT - SE - UK - Caribbean - other
2. Information from non-registered Stations
You can find information from yet-to-be registered member sites by clicking on a state in the map below. If the map is not there, click here to get a list of members in Colorado and then change the "CO" in the URL to the two letter designator for the state you want.
This current national surface temperature map was provided by Weather Underground. Click on a state to get a partial list of members for that state.
Other not-yet Registered Members: DE - RI - DC - World
3. NOAA Mesonet Map Web Page
The NOAA Mesonet map shows all the MADIS mesonet data. The URL can be modified to open the map in various ways that the viewer wishes. Details on how to do this are given on the change details page.
4. APRSworld database
The APRSworld database receives the APRS-IS data stream and stores the packets in a structured database that is open to the public. You can retrieve your data or other data in text, graphical, or spreadsheet form. Response is sometimes slow (but sure) depending on your and other requests. Faster response is available through the APRSworld plain-text archive.
5. Google Earth
An information page for a Google Earth KML file gives a way to look at locations of all CWOP weather stations. You can also see which CWOP stations have web pages and click on the link to view those web pages.
6. NOAA Observing System Architecture (NOSA) Database
CWOP is a part of the NOSA database. You can view CWOP entries in NOSA using a map with zoom and pan capability. The individual station locations are hyperlinked to the NOSA database. This viewer has the versitility to look at the NOSA database for CWOP and the other measurement systems in many different ways.
7. MesoWest Google Maps
MesoWest has a mapping application based on Google maps that can display all the CWOP stations In North America and other North American networks as well. It can be accessed here and comes up for RAWS stations in Colorado. To see CWOP and other stations, use the settings box in the upper right to select "All Networks" and press "Map It!". To select other areas in North America use the adjacent box.
8. CW2323 Map Display
A CWOP member developed this CWOP mapping tool that shows maps of current CWOP stations in any area of the world. You can click on a station icon and see the current weather data from that station
9. Drill-Down World Map Display
This is a world map that shows how many CWOP stations are in different areas of the world. You can drill down to see single stations.
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