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This site provides weather, snow depth and buoy information for Central and Southern California. These data are updated every 5 minutes.


Use the Datasets Menu to select weather, snow depth or ocean temperature. Use the Layers menu to turn on/off NWS Warnings, Radar, Satellite imagery and different layers of rainfall gages.


NWS Warning Areas provided by NWS RIDGE Displays (http://radar.weather.gov/ridge)


Radar, precipitation estimates, and satellite imagery layers provided by Weather Decision Technologies (WDT): http://www.wdtinc.com


This map was created from provisional data that has not been checked or verified for accuracy.  Some data on this map comes from sources other than Ventura County Watershed Protection District.  Ventura County Watershed Protection District has no control over the accuracy and type of data transmitted. This map was created solely for the convenience of the County and related public agencies.  The County does not warrant the accuracy of this map, and no decision involving a risk of economic loss or physical injury should be made from the data available on this site.

Weather/Snow/Water Temp Overlay
Southern California County Boundary
Recent Fire Boundaries near Ventura County (Last 3 Years)
Ventura County Streams
NWS Warning Statements
NHC Hurricane/Trop Storms Forecasts

WDT Radar Products
Radar layer Off
Base Radar Reflectivity
24-Hour Precipitation Estimates
IR Satellite Images
Fox Weather QPF Day 0 (Today)
Fox Weather QPF Day 1 (Tomorrow)
Loop Radar Products

Legend Layers
NWS Warning Legend
WDT Radar Legend
Weather Map
Weather map shows the temperature (deg F) in upper left, Relative Humidity (%) in lower left. Wind speed (mph) is in the center circle and peak wind (i.e. Gust) is in the box to the right of the wind speed. The wind direction is the arrow showing the direction that the wind is blowing.

Ocean Temperature
Buoy temperature is the water temperature (deg F) of the surface water temperature.

Snow Depth
The snow depth shows the current measurement of snow depth (inches). During recent snow fall the gage may read high due to snow stuck to the sensor.