K-State Boosts Weather Data Collection, Climate Service, and Outreach Efforts

There are 40 locations around Kansas where weather sensors are silently monitoring wind speed, air temperature, precipitation and more. This data is collected by weather stations that then feed it to the Weather Data Library at Kansas State University, to be archived and made available to the public. K-State is now increasing its resources devoted to gathering and recording climate information to establishing more weather stations around the state to deliver more applicable information for Kansans and others. 

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