We write lots of posts to help you get the best out of your weather station – including advice on buying, location, maintenance and wider meteorological topics. Here are some of our most popular; to check out the rest – head to our KnowledgeBase
There is so much choice these days of weather stations for home or professional use, whatever your budget.
Our simple guide will help you arrow down to the right one for you.
Read: ‘Which is the Best Weather Station in the UK for Me to Buy?’
If you have been doing some research already on a weather station for your school, you will see there are several weather stations on the market that are able to store data on a PC for later analysis.
Here’s our top three recommendations for school weather stations.
Read: ‘Which Weather Station for My School?’
Davis weather stations are top-quality USA-made weather instruments built for long-term accuracy and reliability. However, they still benefit from a little TLC from time-to-time to keep them them performing to their potential.
Here’s our tips to maintain and clean them.
Read: ‘How to Maintain Your Davis Weather Station’
For most uses you should take a pragmatic view of where to locate your weather station. Bear in mind that you want readings for your location ‘warts and all’, and not an open space somewhere else. The article will help you ensure that you get accurate readings.
Read: ‘Where to Install Your Weather Station’
Make weather data come alive for your students, with a graphical interface. The Weather Display family of weather monitoring software gets the most from your school’s weather station and can be used with Davis and Oregon Scientific stations.
Read: ‘Weather Software for Education‘