Crater Lake Weather Information
Crater Lake National Park has four weather stations. One station, located near the Steel Visitors Center is operated by park rangers and reports daily data to the National Weather Service. Three other stations, operated by park biologists for research purposes, reports hourly data to a publicly available website operated by the University of Utah - Department of Atmospheric Sciences.
Floating Lake Buoy
Click to go to the weather data collected from the weather station floating in the lake. This information is updated by 15 minutes past every hour.
Did You Know?
Crater Lake was formed when a massive eruption of Mount Mazama 7700 years ago caused the mountain to collapse, leaving a steaming caldera. Centuries of rain and snow filled the caldera creating Crater Lake.