Who Uses the Data?

National Mesonet data sets are valuable to a wide spectrum of users. Key consumers include federal, state and local agencies, emergency planning and response organizations, a full range of commercial and private interests from agriculture and ranching to coastal industries, academic researchers, and a wide variety of interests among the general public.

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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

The National Mesonet Program is funded by NOAA

MADIS

Meteorological Assimilation Data Ingest System

National Mesonet data is delivered to MADIS

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National Weather Service

A key consumer of National Mesonet data

Valuable Weather Information for the Agriculture Community

USDA Climate Hubs discusses regional NMP Partner mesonet resources

https://www.climatehubs.oce.usda.gov/content/valuable-weather-information-agriculture-community

The Nebraska Mesonet and the Ag Community

The Nebraska State Climate Office discusses how the Nebraska Mesonet addresses regional agricultural concerns

https://nsco.unl.edu/ag-community-answers-what-do-you-want-nsco

NDIS Implementation Plan 2016 Update

National Integrated Drought Information System report published on Drought.gov

https://www.drought.gov/drought/documents/national-integrated-drought-information-system-implementation-plan-december-2016-update

Benefits of Online Climate Data

Phys.org article discusses how farmers use online mesonet data

https://phys.org/news/2017-07-online-climate-benefits.html

Featured Users

National Mesonet data users include state Departments of Transportation and state climate offices, such as members of the American Association of State Climatologists.