Additional Networks in the Missouri Basin
- The National Climatic Data Center maintains a large network of land based climate monitoring stations around the United States.
- MesoWest collects data from a variety of meteorological networks in the Western United States.
- The North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network (NDAWN) consists of 91 stations distributed across North Dakota and the border regions of surrounding states, including 6 stations in eastern Montana.
- South Dakota State University's Mesonet maintains 30 weather stations throughout South Dakota.
- The Wyoming State Engineer's Office maintains the Wyoming Agricultural Climate Network (WACNet), a network of twenty climate stations placed in agricultural areas of Wyoming.
- Colorado State University maintains the CoAgMET mesonet, providing agricultural and dryland climate data for over 50 stations in Colorado.
- Kansas State University maintains the Kansas Mesonet providing data for over 50 sites in Kansas.
- The University of Nebraska - Lincoln maintains the Nebraska Mesonet, a network of 68 weather stations in Nebraska.
For further information about AgriMet, contact: mbwebmaster.