Seven Common Questions About Home Weather Stations (And Their Answers)

Have you ever started a conversation with a comment about the weather?

Has an unexpected weather change created havoc in your garden, pond or aviary, or even damaged your home

Have you ever noticed that the weather you experienced during your day was different to that reported by your nearest official weather station?

Have you ever left home wearing clothing that was too warm or cool for the day’s weather?

Or would you just like to know a little more about your local weather than you can find out from TV or the internet?

A “yes” answer to any of those questions suggests that you could benefit from owning your own home weather station.

Now is a great time to get a weather station of your own. Recent improvements mean they have never before been so powerful, so easy to use and install, or so well priced.

I’m sure you’d like to know more, so here are some answers to the seven most commonly asked questions about home weather stations:

1. What is a Home Weather Station?

A modern home weather station consists of one or more sensors which collect data on temperature, humidity, air pressure, rainfall, and wind direction and speed from around your home. This information is transferred to a receiver/display console located in the comfort of your home, and updated frequently. The cost and usefulness rises with the number of sensors used.

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