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The MesoWest Station Interface Display provides information pertinent to a particular station.
Information on the page is shown in the following two panels...
Station Site Information (left panel): Basic information on the station site is provided in the top section of this panel. Additionally, there are a number of links to more information including...
Link to the MesoWest Facebook Page.
Options to view the latest data in XML format, RSS feed, or from our mobile interface page.
Change to Weather Map: links to the surface weather map interface centered on this station.
Change to Graphical/Tabular Display: links to displays of data for this station in graphical or tabular forms.
Change to Metric/English Units: link to switch between the units displayed.
Change to UTC/Local Time: link to switch between Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and local time.
Change Date/Time: option to view archived data by selecting a different date and time.
Download Data: option to get data for this station using our Download Interface.
2 Week Summary: option to view the past 2 weeks of data for this station.
Additional links which show current data quality and other statistical measures.
Links which show current data status and latency (how long it takes for MesoWest to get observations).
Restrictions: a link which discusses any restrictions for this station's data.
Webcam images of the stations or surrounding area (if available).
Station Observations (right panel): This panel displays the observations we acquire for the station. The top table displays the most recent data for each variable (temperature, moisture, wind, etc.) we obtain. There are links in the measurement names that may be clicked to view graphs of each variable. The "With Prior Obs" options allow you to plot comparable graphs of the displayed data with prior observations from that station. Further to the right, maximum and minimum values of each measurement are shown. Typically, you can view the maximum/minimum values since midnight local time and over the last 24 hours. The bottom table displays all of the acquired measurements for this station over the last 24 hours, beginning with the most recent. Each report is given in a row, with the columns representing the different measurements. Our "Quality Check" is also reported here as a column to show data quality. If "N/A" is listed under this column, then proceed with caution since the quality control method has not been applied to that observation.
The display will auto-refresh with the most current information for the station every 5 minutes.