At CoAgMET, we operate a network of agricultural weather stations around the state of Colorado. The data from these stations lets us calculate Evapotranspiration (ET) values to model water use for various crops.
- Station Data Selector
Select a station and view graphs, data tables or climatology for the selected dates and frequency (daily/hourly/5 minute).
- Crop Water Use (ET)
See crop and turf water use.
- Latest ET Reports or Select the date and regions.
These are daily reports of water use for various crops.
- Maps — surface conditions (wind, temperature, dewpoint), precipitation and gust speeds at our stations around Colorado. These are the same maps as you see on the right.
- Station Summary
An overview of station weather and ET data for a month.
- Daily Data
A station's raw Weather and ET data for a month.
- Monthly Data
View weather statistics by month for a given year.
- Growing Degree Day (GDD) plots
Plots of Growing Degree Days (GDD) for any of our stations for the present or previous years.
- Raw Data Access
Direct access to the raw data. Select hourly or daily data from our archives.
- Web Services
Access to a variety of data including CoAgMET. Web Services are especially useful to those who are using scripts to access data.
- Text Message Service
Sign up for our SMS/email message service. You will be able to customize the messages sent to your cell phone (or email address).
- Wind Summaries
Wind summaries for CoAgMET stations.
- 2017 Growing Season Report
An interactive web-based report for the 2017 growing season at our 7 long-term CoAgMET sites where we monitor ET accumulations.
- Other Climatic Data - Colorado Climate Center
The Colorado Climate Center maintains a database of historical climatic data for many weather stations throughout Colorado.
- About CoAgMET
A brief history of how CoAgMET came to be.
- Station Index and Station Map
Metadata on all of the stations in our network, and a map showing where they are across Colorado.
- Understanding Evapotranspiration
In-depth explanation of how we calculate plant water use.
- ET Coefficients
The coefficients we use for different crops to calculate evapotranspiration.
- Station Description
A description of a typical CoAgMET station.
- Make a donation to CoAgMET
Choose "Atmospheric Science" in the pull-down menu at the top, and in the "comments" field at the bottom, indicate "Gift is for Colorado Climate Center - new gift fund"