View the latest Northern New England CoCoRaHS Newsletter: Autumn 2019
CoCoRaHS Maine kicked off in the Pine State on August 1, 2009. Help us measure precipitation from Kittery Point to Aroostook County as we learn about this wonderful resource that falls from the sky.
If you wish to notify the National Weather Service of severe weather in your area please file a severe weather report online at NWS Severe Weather Report.
What Do I Need
Each observer will need:
- Enthusiasm and desire to watch the weather.
- Willingness and dedication to take regular daily precipitation measurements, preferably between 6-9 AM.
- To participate in an online or group training session.
- A manual 4-inch rain gauge, available at reasonable cost through a preferred online CoCoRaHS vendor. See CoCoRaHS home page.
- Computer with internet access.
- Snow board or flat non-grassy surface in an open area.
- Yard stick or ruler.
How to Join
- Click to go to the CoCoRaHS Application Form.
- You will receive a welcome e-mail with your CoCoRaHS ID and instructions.
- As soon as you have a user name, password, a rain gauge and complete your online training, then you are ready to enter observations.
Training is required for all observers. Initially, the best method for training will be to go through the online training presentations and videos. We will occasionally have in person or online webinar training sessions in our area and will be listed below when scheduled.
Summer Training Webinar on June 27, 2020 (Saturday) from 10 to 11 AM.
Click Here to Register
training slide show: PDF
(6 MB) and HTML
CoCoRaHS Maine Contact Information:
Maine State Coordinators
National Weather Service-Gray
Western Maine Eastern Maine
William Watson & Mike Clair Peter Rahe
National Weather Service-Gray National Weather Service-Caribou
CoCoRaHS Maine Partners
Thanks to all our CoCoRaHS Partners in Maine: