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The station is powered by a Davis Vantage Pro 2 weather station. The data is collected every ~3 seconds from the Davis Vantage Pro ISS and the site is flash updated every ~10 seconds with full updates every 5 minutes. This site and its data are collected using a Meteobridge PRO Weather Station. The station is comprised of an anemometer located 27' off the ground the closest obstacles are a large tree ~200 feet to the south and another ~160' to the southeast of the site location. The station also has a thermo-hydro sensor with 24-hour Fan-Aspirated Radiation Shield and rain gauge located 5' off the ground above normal grass that also contains the UV and Solar Radiation Sensors.

About This City Sennett

Early Settlements

When the soldiers of the Clinton-Sullivan Expedition against the Iroquois Indians came into what is now the central part of New York State in the summer of 1779, they were much impressed by the fertility of the soil, the fine crops raised, the general lay of the land and the abundant supply of water available for power and water travel. They were much interested in the Finger Lakes Region and many decided to return at a later date. Many did start out to make settlements in the Genesee Valley and reached there; but some became tired of traveling, and seeing that the Finger Lakes Region was a good place to locate, remained there and became early settlers of Cayuga Count and the Town of Sennett.


They came from Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the eastern part of New York, especially the counties of Columbia and Duchess. They were primarily of English descent, they or their ancestors having come from England in the late 1600's and early 1700's to Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

Military Tract

When the Military Tract was set up January 27, 1789 and sections were allotted to the soldiers and officers of the Revolution, these openings also influenced settlers to locate here. Sennett is part of the original townships of Brutus and Aurelius and. Many of those to whom lots were assigned never saw them, but sold them to others. One example is John Sunderlin of Vermont, who came in and built a log residence on what is now Franklin Street Road. One Revolutionary War soldier who did settle on his allotment was Sergeant Jacob Hicks who drew Lot No. 99 of Brutus. He settled here in 1797, apparently sold part of his property to Amos and Susannah Bennett. He made his farm home across the road, facing onto Jericho Road. He and Polly Hicks were charter members of the Baptist Church.

Present Day Sennett

Sennett is a town in Cayuga County, New York, United States. The population was 3,595 at the 2010 census. The town is named after a public official and early settler, Daniel Sennett. The town is on the eastern county line of Cayuga County and borders Auburn.

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