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AgWeatherNet Update

Written by Nathan Santo Domingo, Field Meteorologist, 9/7/2023

AWN saw another busy summer month fly by with the completion of two new Mesonet tower stations. The first was completed in Cusick, our first station in Pend Orielle County. This was followed by our newest station in Plain, our second Mesonet tower in Chelan County.

Weather tower surrounded by a fence with a farm and mountain in the background
AgWeatherNet’s newest Mesonet tower station in Plain, Washington.


As August progressed, our team put the finishing touches on our new website design. The new look provides more uniformity between other WSU webpages you might be familiar with. The new site went live on September 1st. You can check out the new design here.

Finally, AWN continues to grow our network of air quality sensors. With the latest installations, AWN now has 12 air quality sensors providing near real time data across the state. For more information and to view the newest locations, visit the Air Quality Index page on our website.


Nathan Santo Domingo

Nathan Santo Domingo
Field Meteorologist, AgWeatherNet

Funding and acknowledgements

AgWeatherNet air quality sensing and reporting is supported in part by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries. Learn about Air Quality Index at

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