Weather Stations

Weather stations are automated instruments or machines used to measure the atmospheric conditions in a given area. The measurements obtained are useful for forecasting and tracking weather changes. They can also be used to monitor changes in the climate over a period of time. Some of the common measurements taken are temperature, humidity, wind speed, wind direction, rainfall, and barometric pressure. The recorded data collected from weather stations helps meteorologists make more accurate weather forecasts and inform the public about upcoming conditions. Weather stations are also important tools in agriculture, where they can be used to measure soil moisture, air temperature, and UV radiation. They are invaluable for studying and predicting weather patterns and can be used in various fields such as aviation, marine, and construction.


From: Journal of Weather Changes

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