Met Instruments Project

About the Project

The Met Instruments Project is a collaborative effort among friends hosting weather observing instruments across the contiguous United States. We began this project in an effort to accomplish what we could not find in other products/services. We took it to ourselves to make something we wanted in a weather data display system. We currently plan on operating 3 stations in 3 states in the very near future. You can eventually find up to the minute maps, simplistic textual displays, and meteograms of our data for your viewing pleasure. Data archival is done on location for each station and can be digitally delivered upon request. We will also have graph generation capabilities that allow for the creation of meteograms with a few simple inputs from the user.

Applicable instrument calibration is traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology and performed at an accredited ISO 17025:2017 laboratory. Each location complies with WMO, AASC, and EPA recommended siting practices as close as practical.

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Please note while data is near real time, this does not equate to a quality controlled product. Never base important decisions off the information presented on this site. Please consult the National Weather Service and associated branches of the Department of Commerce for up to date weather information.