The Original Highland Butte Weather Station


Public weather page

Posted by Steve Valiant on August 14, 2010 at 11:32 AM

I created this site to provide a quick way to see the weather at my home. It's a public

website for everyone to see.   I hope you find it usefull.  Please leave me some feedback



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Reply peggy
6:24 PM on January 26, 2011 
Beautiful pic!!!!!
Reply Lt. Mike Wilson
5:50 PM on March 2, 2011 
Clackamas Copunty Fire Dist. #1 has relied upon your site to monitor the weather in the area since finding out about it. The site has assisted in planning our response model when inclimate weather occurs. An example is the unprojected snow event that just happened. Thank you for taking the time and putting forth the effort to maintain your site.
Reply Mike Park
5:56 PM on January 14, 2012 
Hi Steve,
I've had local weather on my igoogle home page forever, but just found out where the information comes from when I clicked on it yesterday from LA and saw Highland Butte. We live on Ferguson and I travel 45 weeks a year worldwide, so it's great to see my weather, truly local, anytime from anywhere I happen to be. I'm interested now in learning more about the geology of the butte.
Reply Alyssa
6:37 PM on January 22, 2012 
I like the site. I just came across your site and it is helpful in knowing what is going on in that area! I love the idea. What I think needs help is filling in your tabs. I was disappointed to find that there was nothing behind them. Even just one photo or video of the area would be great and would probably help to fill it in from others photos. Also I was wondering where the banner on the top of the page was taken? Its beautiful and reminds me slightly of the red wood forest!
Thank you for your site.
Reply Susan Lundgren
9:41 AM on March 6, 2012 
I use your weather data and camera all the time. We live on Lewellen rd and yours is the closest weather station to us.
Thank you for doing this.