CSUF Weather
Station Info and Media

The California State University, Fullerton weather station is operated by the university Geography Department. The station is a Davis Vantage Pro 2 Plus. It is located on the top of the Humanities building where it has been collecting data since its original installation on September 2, 2009. The station was originally set to record weather data at half hour intervals but since November 1, 2009 has been collecting and recording data at minute intervals in order to create a more detailed archive of campus weather history and trends. A page for viewing and downloading campus weather data collected by the station is currently under construction.

Station Information
Date of Installation 2 September 2009
Length of Record (Days) 2970
Latitude 33.8804
Longitude -117.8844
Elevation 341 Ft
Station Records
High Temperature 106.7 °F 27 September 2010
1:23 PM
Low Temperature   35.7 °F 27 February 2011
6:10 AM
Daily Rainfall 1.92 in 6 February 2010
Wind Gust 46 mph 18 March 2012
4:24 PM
Cumulous clouds at sunset A view from the station on a clear day Sunset Stormy weather
Cumulous clouds Night view of the station Weather station at sunset Weather station at sunset


Weather Tags

Display a CSUF weather tag on your own website that automatically updates with up to the minute conditions! Just choose from one of the two designs below, copy the text from below the design you want to display on your website, and paste it into your site's html where you want it to appear.

Weather Summary Graphic
Weather Summary Graphic

A timelapse of the spectacular sunset on November 7, 2010 looking west (of course) from the top of the Humanities Building at Cal State Fullerton. After the sun sets, the moon chases it over the horizon (in the lower left of the frame). The video was shot and rendered at 1600x1200 with a picture taken every 6 seconds. Playback is at 60fps.


A timelapse of weather conditions on January 6, 2011 looking North from the top of the Humanities Building at Cal State Fullerton. The video was shot and rendered at 1600x1200 with a picture taken every 6 seconds. Playback is at 60fps.