CWOP Quality Checked

Data Quality

Member AT059 of the Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP).

The positioning and calibration of the weather station sensors has been carefully considered to maximize accuracy of the readings. We use CWOP to help make sure our data is accurate.

The following is data reported to CWOP for (AT059 in blue) with the predicted data based on surrounding stations (AT059 Analysis in red). Also included is the reported data for the National Weather Service meteorological station at Ft. Collins Loveland Airport (KKLS in purple). It is 6.4 miles from


temperature comparison

Barometric Pressure

baro pressure comparison

Relative Humidity

humidity comparison

Dew Point

dew point comparison

You can see's CWOP data graphs here.

You can also see how N7DQ compares with the other sites in the CWOP network. This shows the performance of all the CWOP sites with marked specially. The target quality box is also shown.

This quality checker was developed by Philip Gladstone, CW0003.

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CWOP is a private-public partnership with the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration. It's three main goals:
1) To collect weather data contributed by citizens.
2) To make this data available for weather services.
3) To provide feedback to the data contributors so that they have the tools to check and improve their data quality.