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The Station Detail Report provides detailed information on CIMIS stations including the region in which they are located, nearby city, installation dates, termination dates (if inactive), geographic locations (latitude and longitude), elevations above see level, zip codes, surface types (grass or alfalfa), station site descriptions, and photographs of the stations.
Indio 2 #200
Imperial/Coachella Valley Region Riverside County Southern District Nearby city is Indio
  • Activated On May 16, 2006
  • Station is Active
  • ETo Reported
  • Reference Surface is Grass
  • Datalogger is CR10
Picture of Station 200(North)
Station 200
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Geographic Information
Elevation (ft): 40
Latitude: 33o44'46"N / 33.75
Longitude: 116o15'28"W / -116.26
Associated Zip Codes
92202, 92203, 92201, 92202, 92203, 92211
Station Siting Description
DATE: 11-24-1999

STATION #: 200
ZONE: 17
LOCAL CHARACTER: Indio II is located in the fast urban growing City of Indio in the Southern Central Part of Riverside County known as Coachella Valley. Coachella Valley is a desert type environment that is an important agricultural center not only in California but within the United States. It has become a fast growing urban center, not to mention a recreational Mecca spot during the winter months for those seeking to escape the cold Northern, Mid West and Eastern Coast winters.

DESCRIPTION OF STATION SITE: Located on a well established turf area of the Shadow Hills Golf Club, which is sprinkler irrigated and maintained by the golf course staff.

At 45 feet there is an 11 foot tree and a little more to the East of that tree there is another 14 foot tree at a distance of 63 feet from the station.
Due East at a distance of 93 feet there is a 12 foot tree sapling and further out about 135 feet from the station there are a couple of weeping willows about 10 feet high.
With a distance of 39 feet and 75 feet one will find two small pine trees.
In a WNW direction there are two clumps of bushes that are about 3 feet high and are 37 feet away from the station.

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