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Severe Thunderstorms in the Upper Midwest; Excessive Heat in the Central U.S.

Severe thunderstorms, capable of severe wind (locally exceeding hurricane force), very large hail, flash flooding, and a few tornadoes, are possible late this afternoon into tonight across portions of the of the Upper Midwest into the southern Great Lakes. Excessive heat covers much of the central third of the country and is expected to persist into the weekend over the south-central states. Read More >

 

Station Information

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Meteorological data is collected at specific locations. These locations are called observing sites, observing stations or simply stations.. Stations are identified by an index number and/or a location indicator.

This page provides a means to find the physical information associated with an observing station by entering either a WMO numeric index number or ICAO four-character alphanumeric. The information provided includes the station identifiers, name, country, WMO region, station latitude and longitude, and elevation.

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Additional information about station identifiers as well as the complete station information files are available on our Station Location Information page.