[NAFEX] Weather stations
tolenio at sentex.net
Mon Feb 2 17:07:09 EST 2004
Do not forget that there are unmanned weather stations all over the place collecting data. Some are tied into the internet so anyone can access the data.
There is one very close to me for example (Baden, ON) for example;
I realize it is not my backyard, but darn close to it, and costs me nothing. Do not overlook similar weather stations near you.
"R. W. Spalinger" wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Knop <knop at erols.com>
> Sent: Feb 2, 2004 4:14 PM
> To: nafex at lists.ibiblio.org
> Subject: [NAFEX] Weather stations
> Davis Instruments sells several models of weather stations. Using basic setups and some add-ons, you can get all the informtion you listed, including soil moisture, except for probably snow depth.
> I use a Davis weather station to measure and record rainfall, temps, pessure, wind speed and direction, even insolation in watts/sq. meter. Their stations will interface with a computer and they have software for analysing all the data, but you don't need that to record.
> Randall Spalinger
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