Northwest Weather Network

Skagit Bay, December 22, 2008
December 22, 2008: Ultimately 14 inches of snow would
accumulate at Fidalgo Weather.  Icy, snow-packed
roads would shut down most of western Washington.

Fidalgo Weather has become a member station in the Northwest Weather Network.  This is an affiliation of private weather station websites in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.  Member stations contribute data which is presented in both mesomap and tabular formats at the NWWN website.  Fidalgo Weather's station data is designated "Anacortes."

Looking Towards Similk Bay,
January 18, 2010
January 18, 2010:  When an 11.1 foot tide and 42 mph
winds came together, low-lying front yards were
over-washed by the resulting storm surge.

At the present time, there are 29 regional stations in our network.  Affiliated networks are located throughout North America, South America, Africa, Europe and the Pacific.  You can visit all of the stations in the network by clicking on the links in the tables or on the map at the NWWN website.

Fidalgo Weather's 
Anemometer Mast
New Fidalgo Weather
Anemometer Mast
Fidalgo Weather 
Sensor Array
Fidalgo Weather Sensor
Array in December, 2008
Neighbor's Weather 
Neighbor's Davis Sensors
after January, 2010 Storm