It’s time for CoCoRaHs March Madness – our annual effort to recruit new CoCoRaHs volunteers during the 31 days of March. For more information about helping us fill the gaps in our observation network, check out this flyer, and visit . #gawx
Love weather? You can contribute to a nationwide network of volunteers who measure and report rain and snow. You don't need to be a meteorologist. It only takes a short training session. Join the network:
South Florida just a few days left to join #MarchMadness2018 .We still trail South Carolina and just passed Minnesota! Kelp us keep the cup in #Florida for 2018 and Join By March 31! Go to to sign up today #FLwx
Help make #Massachusetts #CoCoRaHSCovered! This month we celebrate 10 years of #MA & would like one observer in every community. Reporting is easy & fun for all. Sign up today & help #DefineTheClimate of the #BayState: .
Do observations make a difference? Yes! For our final Observer Spotlight this month, Meteorologist Melinda Ball discusses how she monitored the impacts of significant rainfall events in the CSRA via CoCoRaHS. Join today at
Always interesting to view the National precip map from our active volunteer observers. 20,000+ observers provide valuable #groundtruth in their daily observations. Sign up today at & become a #citizenscientist like these weather enthusiasts.
The gauge works, no matter which way the wind blows. It's not Mt Washington. It's ! See how a low cost gauge can have high value results. Join us at
After the forecasts are made and the storm passes, measure and report how much snow did YOU get, how much liquid was in all of that snow. We believe that precipitation is important and highly variable. Join us at
We should see some impresive reports from volunteers this morning in those areas. BTW, they could always use new volunteers. You can DM me if you'd like to know more or click on
Like science? Like competition? Sign up to be a new rainfall observer during the 2019 March Madness CoCoRaHS Recruiting Contest! Never heard of ? Check it out here: - Florida is in 3rd place! #flwx #FLKeys #KeyWest #CoCoRaHS #CitizenScience
We're still looking for dedicated observers to help fill in some of our gaps in observational data. Lower elevation snow pack data is especially important going into the spring melt for flood forecasting. To learn more or to sign up visit:
The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail & Snow Network, also known as is looking for volunteers. More info
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