Next Wednesday, November 15, the CCM Weather Watch Program will return for the 2023/24 frost season and will operate through March 15, 2024. This is one of our most utilized programs and the only service of its kind for the industry. The program operates 25 weather stations between Madera and Kern Counties. Chief Meteorologist Scott Borgioli provides growers with accurate and reliable weather information in twice-daily reports which are available through the CCM website, audio recording, email or text.
In addition to the Valley, the program also services the Desert region with four new weather stations. Growers can also find local forecasts for the Ventura region through the CCM website. Make sure you are signed up to receive Weather Watch notifications by following the directions below.
Phone Network Instruction
- To access the CCM Weather Watch phone system, please dial (559) 592-4140. A recording will be updated daily by our meteorologist.
- From the Central Valley area, text (without quotes, not case sensitive) “WEATHER” to 855-244-7489. Do not use any spaces or other characters.
- A welcome confirmation text will then automatically reply with information on how to stop or get help.
- To stop receiving the text notifications, simply text the word “STOP” to 855-244-7489.
- Text message service is once daily when the afternoon forecast is issued.
- For Central Valley growers, sign up here: https://weatherag.com/subscribe-email/
- The emails will come from the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. In each email, there is a link to unsubscribe.
- For Desert & Ventura growers, please contact CCM at 559-592-3790 or email us at email@example.com so we can add your email to those lists.
If you are interested in sponsoring the Weather Watch Program, contact Michael Bliss at firstname.lastname@example.org or (559) 592-3790.
Thank you to our sponsors for making the Weather Watch Program possible.
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