Vantage Pro2 Summary Data via Weatherbridge
Northern Michigan Weather Story from NWS
Data is continuously uploaded to Weather Underground, and Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP).
Click on the station dot for Rogers City. The daily amount will show on a click or hovering. For a detailed report, click the link Go to report details.
Internet Explorer does not render these gauge and plot images very well.
Firefox or Chrome are recommended for this page.Maxbotix Ultrasonic Rangefinder Snow Depth:
Some variation due to temperature fluctuations and other ultrasonic anomalies are to be expected. Typically this will be less than 0.3 inches or so, positive or negative. Also, the range finder reports millimeters directly. This is converted to inches by a script running on my Linux computer.
This gauge and web data should be considered very experimental. A snow board target has been placed under the sensor to reduce variability, especially with little or no snow.AMS Paper on Ultrasonic Snow Sensing
Extra Temp 2 and Extra Humidity 2 are from a remote station located on patio deck.Weatherlink Summary with Extra Temp-Hum
WeatherlinkIP uploads this data from the VP2 Console.
Blitzortung is German for Lightning Location. Click the map for larger version.
These lightning detectors are hobbyist grade and are not intended for safety or legal purposes. The Blitzortung network localization is to within a few kilometers. Some strikes may not be detected due to the very few US stations in the network.
My VP2 station data is continuously uploaded to Wunderground. My Wunderground ID is KMIROGER7 Click the icon below for current data.
I participate in the Citizens Weather Observer Program or CWOP. The Davis VP2 data is uploaded here.CWOP CW4114 Page
You can look at my data and some quality control charts here:Gladstone QC Charts for CW4114
Look for CW4114 on the NOAA MADIS page by zooming in on the Northern Michigan Area. Wait for the data to load. It is helpful to add the OVERLAYS for Highways and Counties to get your bearings.MADIS Surface Data
I am a member of WX Forum. It is a great place for weather enthusiasts to get advice and tips. There are a lot of knowledgable weather hobbyists and even meteorologists that participate.