About NEWA

The value of weather data is greater when it can be shared. NEWA makes it possible for farmers to share resources for weather data collection, analysis, distribution, and archiving. More About NEWA...

NEWA users reported that they can save, on average, $19,500 per year in spray costs and prevent, on average, $264,000 per year in crop loss as a direct result of using NEWA pest forecast models. More NEWA News and Reports...

NEWA was formed in 1995 and continues to evolve to stay current with advances in pest and weather forecasting. It is operated by and funded through the NYS IPM Program. Today, NEWA partners with the Northeast Regional Climate Center to deliver weather data and pest forecasts from over 100 sites in the northeast. More NEWA History...

NEWA Weather Stations

NEWA uses RainWise Inc. weather stations. The NEWA RainWise stations record temperature, leaf wetness, relative humidity, precipitation, solar radiation, wind speed and direction. For more information:

Yes, you can have a NEWA weather station on your farm! Enhance your IPM practices and risk management. Contact us and we’ll tell you how.  

Contact NEWA

Juliet Carroll
jec3@cornell.edu

Abby Seaman
ajs32@cornell.edu

John Gibbons
jpg10@cornell.edu

Tim Weigle
thw4@cornell.edu

NEWA, NYS IPM Program, 630 W. North St., Cornell University, Geneva NY 14456
To Report Network Problems contact newa@cornell.edu

NEWA Funding & Partners