About Truganina Weather

This page provides an overview of our PWS and summarises the key aspects of our operations.

Background & Purpose

The owner/operator of Truganina Weather is a qualified Meteorologist. Employed by the ABOM for 38 years, we specialised in marine meteorology after 10 years as an operational weather forecaster. On retirement we were acknowledged by our global peers for our long leadership of international groups that coordinated national marine meteorological and oceanographic observing programs.

The purpose of our PWS is "to pursue a long-standing passion for observing the weather". The objectives of our PWS and website are to:

  1. Record quality assured daily weather data from Truganina for personal interest and analysis,
  2. Provide quality assured real-time weather data to weather exchange networks,
  3. Provide website visitors with quality assured and useful local weather and climate data, and
  4. Provide website visitors with complementary weather products and information about weather-related subjects.

Station History & Accolades

Our PWS was originally established in Werribee in 1981. It has undergone a few changes plus one relocation since then.

More information » comprehensive details of our Station History & Accolades

Station Details & Instruments

We maintain accurate and up-to-date details about our PWS, including sensor details, station location plus instrument and site exposure for the benefit of the key users of our data.

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Weather Observing Program

Our PWS consists of both manual and automatic meteorological instruments. All of these instruments play an important role in the operation of our PWS.

More information » full description of our Weather Observing Program

Quality Assurance Practices

We are strongly committed to providing high quality data.

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Our Website

We developed and maintain this website to conform to international web standards specified by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). All of our web pages also comply with Australian and international guidelines for web accessibility and incorporate navigational aids to assist visually impaired visitors.

More information » our website's Terms of Use | Copyright Notice | Privacy Policy | Accessibility Statement

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