The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS) is a unique, non-profit, community-based network of volunteers to measure and map precipitation (rain, hail and snow). It provides professional grade precipitation gauge and standard training materials to its members. The major sponsors are the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF)
TorontoForecast.com is the first registered member from Toronto and its official station code CAN-ON-19. (2007 - 2017 April) and CAN-ON-557 (since April 2017). Precipitation readings, such as total melted snow and rainfall, are submitted every morning around 0700.
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Since 2008, TorontoForecast.com has been providing valuable weather data to volunteer weather organizations, media outlets and government weather agencies. Its physical location was at Toronto East York (Leaside) near Sunnybrook Park from 2007 until April 2017 and it relocated to Toronto Lakeshore Long Branch since April 2017. The weather readings are gathered using professional grade instruments - Davis Vantage Pro2 Plus w/ Fan-Aspirated Radiation Shield and CoCoRaHS 4" Rain and Snow Gauge.
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Wunderground is the Internet's 1st weather service and it organizes a worldwide network of personal weather station operators. It utilizes proprietary software technology to verify the validity and accuracy of the readings from its members. Local weather observations are then used to generate neighborhood-level local forecasts.
TorontoForecast.com is one of the first registered member from Toronto and its official station code is IONTORON16 (2007-2017 April) and ITORONTO289 (since April 2017). Observations, such as UV index and solar radiation, are sent to its server every 2 seconds using the RapidFire update technology.
The Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP) is a public-private partnership with over 7000 stations from volunteer citizens. The weather data is checked for data quality and it is sent to the NOAA MADIS server. There are over 800 different organizations, such as the US NWS Weather Forecast Offices, National Center for Atmospheric Research and the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, using CWOP mesonet data.
TorontoForecast.com is a registered member and its official station code are D0132 (2007-2017 April) and F0888 (since April 2017). The MADIS rating for quality assurance is available in its station profile.
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