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Water and Atmospheric Resources Monitoring Program (WARM)

The Water and Atmospheric Resources Monitoring Program (WARM) coordinates data collection activities of several monitoring efforts conducted by the Illinois State Water Survey, measuring the water and atmospheric resources of Illinois. The program includes various statewide observation networks on Illinois climate, surface water, groundwater, in-stream sediment, and soil moisture conditions. From the menu, choose to read more about WARM, browse the various data networks, review current weather and soil information, or download a copy of the Illinois Water and Climate Summary (IWCS).

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Daily and hourly weather data for all 19 ICN stations can be found using the "Weather Information" link on the left. Soil temperature maps can be found through the "Soil Information" link.

Soil moisture maps are back on-line. Look for them under the "soil information" link on the left.

The June 2014 Water and Climate Summary has been posted.

Daily data are posted through the end of June 2014.

Bulletins and Models using ICN Data
Forecasted Crop Yield Potentials Using the Hybrid-Maize Model (7/15/2012)
USDA’s Weekly Weather and Crop Bulletin
Wheat Fusarium Head Blight Prediction Center

Illinois State Water Survey

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Champaign, IL 61820-7463

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