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AcuRite Helps Severn Fire Department Mitigate Flooding

Posted in: Who Uses AcuRite
By Kari Strenfel
January 23, 2020

A fire department in North Carolina tracks weather conditions using the Atlas™ Weather Station & AcuRite Access. By monitoring storm progression, rainfall & temperature remotely in real time they can mitigate flood damage to keep the community safe.

Winter Activities Series: Best Conditions for Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding

Posted in: Why Weather Matters
By Kari Strenfel
January 20, 2020

Use weather forecast data to plan your next ski or snowboarding adventure. Ideal weather conditions include sun with good visibility, low winds and mild temperatures. Use a portable anemometer to check weather predictions for your location.

Maritime Weather Group in Canada Prefers AcuRite!

Posted in: Who Uses AcuRite
By Kari Strenfel
January 16, 2020

Canadian weather tracking group uses the AcuRIte Atlas weather stations to create a mobile storm hunting vehicle, monitoring severe weather conditions such as lightning detection, and providing real-time local weather data to the public.

Stillpoint School Installs AcuRite Atlas™ with Lightning Detection!

By Teachers at Stillpoint School
January 9, 2020

The AcuRite Atlas weather station can help schools to predict local weather conditions for student safety or provide educational opportunities for weather trends such as humidity, rainfall, lightning detection and more.

American Red Cross and AcuRite

Posted in: Who Uses AcuRite
By Ron Leffler, American Red Cross - Romeoville, Illinois
January 6, 2020

The American Red Crosses uses the AcuRite Atlas Weather Station to monitor local weather conditions and respond to natural disasters. My AcuRite access provides remote monitoring capabilities from multiple devices.

Successful Ice Fishing with AcuRite

Posted in: Why Weather Matters
By AcuRite Team
December 26, 2019

The Fishing Activity Meter and Forecaster is a portable weather device that helps ice fishers track ideal weather conditions this winter. You can also track barometric pressure, which can affect how fish behave, to know when and where ice fish.

Why AcuRite and the Primex Family of Companies Is Closed For The Holidays

By AcuRite Team
December 18, 2019

The Primex Family of Companies’ offices will officially be closed Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2019, through Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020. During this time, we encourage all of our employees to unplug and log off entirely.

Winter Solstice 2019

By Kari Strenfel
December 18, 2019

Learn how to use personal weather station data and the My AcuRite weather app to track historical high and low temperatures, and other winter solstice weather trends in your local area. Check UV and light sensor data using the Atlas weather station.

Outdoor Classrooms Learn with AcuRite

By Educators at Jack and Jill’s House Preschool
December 16, 2019

A Washington preschool transitioned to an outdoor classrom setting using the AcuRite Atlas™ Weather Station. The wireless tool measures wind speed, rainfall and temperature to help them learn gardening and other science subjects.

Cullman Weather Authority uses AcuRite

Posted in: Who Uses AcuRite
By Weather Forecasters at Cullman Weather Authority
December 9, 2019

Learn how this local weather group uses real-time weather data to warn the community of severe weather and dangerous conditions. Cullman Weather Authority employs the AcuRite Atlas™ Weather Station to track wind speed, temperature, and rainfall.