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There were 134 households, out of which 26.9% had children under the age of 18, 38.1% were opposite-sex married couples living together, 10.4% had a female householder with no husband present, 9.7% had a male householder with no wife present.There were 11.2% unmarried opposite-sex partnerships, and 1.5% same-sex married couples or partnerships.Due to its proximity to the ocean and its position in the shadow of 1,030 metres (3,380 ft) high Grasshopper Peak, the area has an intense rainy season lasting from November through May.Locals report typical annual accumulations of 200 centimetres (79 in), though the range is 70 centimetres (28 in) to 250 centimetres (98 in).Due to its moist climate, the town is surrounded on most sides by redwoods.Though most of the redwoods are second growth, the adjacent Humboldt Redwoods State Park has nearly 7,000 hectares (17,000 acres) of old growth and includes Rockefeller Forest, the largest contiguous stand of old growth redwoods still in existence.In 1849, when whites arrived looking for new supply routes to the Trinity gold mines, the Sinkyone peoples were living in the area. The resulting conflicts led to the establishment of organized vigilante committees such as the Volunteer Company of Dragoons and continued through at least the 1870s.At least one source records that the residents were required to do this because there was already a town named Mc Kee in California, but this appears to not be true.
The California State Parks has tried to provide Weott with alternatives to the spring, which is on State Parks land, including constructing a well on the Weott side of the river in 2003.
In 1987, long-time resident Velma Childs listed the pre-1955-flood businesses in Weott.
These included a candy store, ice cream store, two gasoline stations, a laundromat, a bar, two cafes, three restaurants, two car-garages, a Ford agency, a church, a movie theatre, two grocery stores, a dress shop, a telephone office (to connect callers via party line), a print shop, a chainsaw shop, a sporting goods store, a beauty shop and an apple orchard along a 400 metres (1,300 ft) stretch of the Avenue of the Giants. The 1955 flood destroyed or damaged beyond repair the theatre, two motels, a grocery, a service station, the bar and a restaurant. After the 1964 flood, only one house was rebuilt on the old site.
The town of Weott is believed to be named after a sub-grouping of the Wishosk people who lived at the delta of the Eel River 60 kilometres (37 mi) northwest of current-day Weott.
The Wishosk word for that area and the people who lived there was wíyat. The town of Weott is beyond the bounds of the areas known to have been utilized or inhabited by the Wiyot.In summer, early morning and late evening fog typically protect the area from temperature extremes.