Weather for travelers over far Northern California
Our Northern California Weather station is your only premier source for the latest forecasts covering the beautiful and rugged mountains of the entire Northern Sierras, to the pounding ocean's surf of the North West Coast. Next stop is off of to Northeastern California, where we have volcanoes such as the Mount Lassen and Mount Shasta, and then finally on to the Shasta Lake Area. This site is a good source of weather information for anyone interested in what the weather will be like for the far Northern California.
About This Station
The station for Northern California Weather is powered by a Davis Vantage Pro 2 weather station. The data is collected every 5 seconds and uploaded to the site every 20 seconds. This site and its data are collected using Cumulus Software. The station is comprised of an anemometer (mounted 33 ft. in the air), a rain gauge, thermo-hydro sensor, ultra violet light sensor and a solar radiation sensor that are situated in optimal positions for the highest accuracy possible. The station sits at an altitude of 423 ft. above sea level.
I would like to wish a big thank you to John Sacrey of Echo Valley Weather who has assisted me over the years in setting up this website. If I have missed anyone, (very possible), please accept my most humble apologies.
Cumulus AJAX Script courtesy of Saratoga Weather.
NWS Alerts, SPC Storm Report and Severe Weather scripts courtesy of Curly at Michiana Weather.
Lightning maps and data courtesy of Blitzortung.org.
Web Hosting of this site is provided by ICDSoft.com.
Storm Prediction Center
National Hurricane Center
National Weather Service
RAP (Rapid Refresh) Script courtesy of Jim Wyman at Southern Maryland Weather.
The Rain Summary, Temp. Detail, Temp. Summary, Wind Summary scripts are courtesy of Wildwood Weather.