Weather and climate data play a pivotal role in farm management and planning for future agricultural activities. On this site you will find information on a variety of resources for obtaining and using these data for daily, monthly and yearly decision-making. If you find information at other sites that you think is particularly useful, please let us know so that we can share this information with other agricultural producers and other users of weather and climate data. Our goal is to provide you with the tools you need to use the data efficiently and effectively to make timely and useful decisions for your business.

Georgia joined the CoCoRaHS precipitation network on May 1, 2008. We are now one year old! If you are interested in taking daily rainfall observations anywhere in Georgia, please visit and join our network of observers or contact us for more information.
Climate Data Sources
National Climatic Data Center

Georgia Auto Weather Network

Southeast Climate Center

National Weather Service

Georgia Fire Weather


Georgia has a network of 80 automated weather stations that provide updated weather every 5 minutes across the state. Temperature, rainfall, wind and humidity observations are available as well as a variety of tools like water balance calculators and 12-hour frost predictions. Please visit Georgia Automated Environmental Monitoring Network for more information.



Southeast Climate Consortium Georgia Automated Environmental Monitoring Network National Weather Service CoCoRaHS