The following stations in Montana are located west of the Continental Divide: Corvallis, Creston, Deer Lodge, Round Butte, and St. Ignatius. These AgriMet stations are all part of the USBR Pacific Northwest AgriMet Program.
Click here for interactive AgriMet Network Map covering both the Great Plains and Pacific Northwest Regions … at the map, click on a station for access to more information.
In addition, the North Dakota Agriculture Weather Network (click here for weather information) has stations in Montana located at Sidney and Brorson. Click here for Crop Water Use information for these stations.
AgriMet is a satellite-linked, weather and evapotranspiration (ET) reporting network. This network is used to assist irrigators in scheduling irrigation applications. Growers use the system's data along with field examinations to determine when and how much water is required for optimum crop growth.
For further information about AgriMet, contact: Tim Grove, GP Regional Office.
Last Updated: March 18, 2013