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How To Update Your Contact Information
Are you a CoCoRaHS observer? Please keep us up to date with changes to your physical address, e-mail address, and telephone number. This information allows us to properly catalog your station location, reach out to you for data concerns, give you our national and state newsletters, and other correspondence.
E-mail addresses are stored in two databases, one at CoCoRaHS headquarters (HQ) and one at the Indiana State Climate Office (INSCO). To update the HQ database, including for phone number changes, log into your account at cocorahs.org, click on "my account" (top of page), and then click on "edit" next to "my information" to make changes yourself. To update the INSCO database, contact Beth Hall via the contact information on our full coordinator listing page.
If you need to update your physical address please contact HQ at email@example.com or call the help desk at (970) 491-8545.
If you are a county coordinator who needs updates to this webpage and/or our full coordinator listing page, or you want to become a coordinator, please contact Beth Hall or Andrew White via their contact info on the full coordinator listing page.
Does your business or organization use CoCoRaHS data?
If so, then we'd like to hear about it! It may be a usage of the data that we were unaware of, and we are always interested in discovering additional ways this wonderful data source is being utilized. Please contact: Beth Hall at the Indiana State Climate Office.
Want to learn more about CoCoRaHS?
YouTube webinar (recorded in mid-April 2020)
Indiana Training Webinar (held May 7, 2020)
Indiana Winter Training (Nov 6, 2020)
Upcoming Training Sessions in the Hoosier State
None scheduled at the present time
All new observers must have some form of training, either from a live walk-in training session with a county coordinator or from the online training slide shows.
All observers must use one of the following rain gauges: 4" diameter standard CoCoRaHS gauge (aka Stratus gauge), 4" diameter TROPO gauge, or the 8" diameter National Weather Service Standard Rain Gauge for reports. For more information please see the Approved Rain Gauges page.
ONLINE TRAINING IS AVAILABLE AT THIS LINK:
CoCoRaHS Training Videos
CoCoRaHS Animation Shorts
Currently Scheduled Training Sessions
All times are Eastern Time except as noted
email to RSVP
If you would like to attend a session, please RSVP to the listed Presenter above as soon as possible!
If a scheduled session won't work for you, walk-in trainings are available.
Contact the coordinator listed for more information!
Please see the State Coordinators list (a link is also near the top of the left-hand menu) for a complete list of Indiana Coordinators.
CoCoRaHS In Indiana is made possible by:
The Indiana State Climate Office
National Weather Service - Indianapolis
Your Indiana Coordinators:
Andrew White, National Weather Service, Indianapolis
Kyle Brown, National Weather Service, Northern Indiana
Beth Hall, Indiana State Climate Office