About Mid-Atlantic Weather Network

The Mid-Atlantic Weather Network was founded in May of 2008 by John Harkness of Horsham Weather. Membership is open to those with Personal Weather Stations in the Mid-Atlantic United States (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, West Virginia, Virginia, Deleware, Maryland, Washington-DC) and member sites can be viewed on the home page.

Ken True of now manages the network after John had to leave for personal reasons.

The weather networking idea comes from Chris Arndt at, he is the founder of the Southwestern Weather Network.

The members of this site contribute their data to the map on the home page allowing for a clear and live snap shot of the weather in the Mid-Atlantic US. It is a great place to visit when there is a storm predicted for the Mid-Atlantic US or if you plan on traveling to or in the area.

If you have a weather website using a personal weather station running Weather Display, VWS, or WeatherLink software in (WV, VA, DE, DC, MD), you are invited to join our network. Membersip is free, please submit a signup request to get started. We offer a member mesomap for your site. The map style and rotating data display was a result of collaboration between SWN members as they built their network. Ken True from supplied the backend programming that makes it all work.

Weather Network affiliations:

1125 stations in affiliated networks worldwide as of 2024-05-24 07:06:04 UTC

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