Weather station

ObelixxObelixx Posts: 11,020

We're thinking of buying a weather station to record temps, rainfall, wind speed but there's a bewildering array of options out there.

Does anyone have one they would recommend?

The Vendée, France


  • Pete8Pete8 Billericay, EssexPosts: 3,060

    I can't recommend one, but there have been previous threads here on that subject.

    If you type "weather station" (including the quotation marks) into the Search the Site field above there are some that mention them.

  • Ladybird4Ladybird4 Third rock from the sunPosts: 16,419

    Hi Obelixx. I am sure that you have already checked this out and although it is a UK site it may be of help. When I was teaching I had a good old fashioned Stevenson Screen to contain all the instruments. Very basic but it worked. Most of the pupils thought it was a bee hive!

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    Last edited: 10 February 2018 09:51:07

  • ObelixxObelixx Posts: 11,020

    Thanks, but this was over a year ago and was for a birthday prezzie.  We bought a Lacrosse which worked fine until the transmitter died at about 9 months old.  They have replaced it with an upgraded model and that's working much more reliably, despite the transmitter/collector dooberries' perch being blown down in a hurricane force gale in early January.

    The Vendée, France
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