Support from the National Mesonet Program has led to improvements in data communications, reliability, and dissemination of UUNET data. The development of a cloud-based system allows for real-time collection of five-minute observations using a variety of communications techniques (internet, cellular, radio) with minimal latency. These observations are processed into MesoWest and made immediately available to entities that utilize MesoWest resources, including National Weather Service forecast offices. Several examples of recent high-impact weather events in northern Utah are shown. Complete access to UUNET data loggers permits remote troubleshooting, which is critical for stations that can only be visited annually. The developed system can access and process data from any Campbell Scientific data logger that has a form of internet access. We have worked with several entities who operate singular stations to get their weather station data disseminated using this developed system.