93 Flood Data: Illinois Climate Network, Illinois State Water Survey

1993 Mississippi River Flood Data: Precipitation Data

 
Illinois Climate Network

 
   
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Belleville
Bondville
Brownstown
Carbondale
Champaign
DeKalb
Dixon Springs
   
Fairfield
Freeport
Kilbourne
Monmouth
Olney
Peoria
Perry
   
Rend Lake
Springfield
St. Charles
Stelle
Wildlife Park
 
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Illinois Climate
Network web site

 
  
Description: The Illinois Climate Network is a 19-station array of automated weather sites scattered across Illinois and operated by Water Survey staff. The network provides enhanced temporal weather observations on atmospheric pressure, air temperature, relative humidity, wind speed and direction, solar radiation, precipitation, and soil temperatures at several depths. Sites are located primarily at Illinois community colleges and university agricultural experimental farms. Data are polled automatically every 10 seconds, averaged by hour and day, and downloaded to a Water Survey computer once a day. The network data provide valuable information on extreme and usual weather events, as well as short- and long-term trends in climate data, which may have future impacts on other water resources of Illinois.

Also See: Illinois Climate Network: Site Descriptions, Instrumentation, and Data Management
 
Real-time Web-based Dissemination of Illinois Soil Temperature.
 
Illinois Climate Network web site
 


93 Mississippi River Flood Data

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