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March 2018

March Blue Moon

By Kari Strenfel March 30, 2018 1169 Views No comments

Two Blue Moons in one calendar year is pretty rare, which won’t happen again until 2037. The old saying, “Once in a Blue Moon” doesn’t seem like a rare occurrence lately!

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How Do Thunderstorms Develop?

By Kari Strenfel March 26, 2018 1757 Views 3 comments

Thunderstorm season is approaching quickly! Learn the stages of a thunderstorm's life cycle so you can be prepared by identifying warning signs of dangerous thunderstorm development.

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What is Dew Point?

By Kari Strenfel March 22, 2018 1419 Views No comments

What is dew point and why do I care?

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Spring Cleaning: Weather Station Maintenance

By Kari Strenfel March 20, 2018 4920 Views 8 comments

Clean out the rain bucket! Fix the anemometer! Here’s your honey-do list for spring!

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When to Plant Based on Climate

By Kari Strenfel March 14, 2018 1146 Views No comments

Looking to improve your vegetable garden this year? This post will help you learn more about the zone and climate for your region!

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Top 4 Alerts to Setup on Your My AcuRite Account

By AcuRite Team March 12, 2018 5809 Views 3 comments

You can easily setup custom alerts on your My AcuRite account to be notified when environmental conditions change and need your attention. These are the top four custom alerts we recommend!

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Farm Manages Irrigation by Collecting Rainfall Data

By AcuRite Team March 8, 2018 1324 Views No comments

Rio Grande Community Farm is a non-profit urban farm that produces distributes fresh, organic produce to a variety of organizations in Albuquerque.

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Grow a Thriving Vegetable Garden in a Cold Climate

By AcuRite Team March 2, 2018 1067 Views No comments

Frost is a concern for cold climate gardeners, since it can spell disaster for many plants. Learn how Kathy from Cold Climate Gardening uses AcuRite products to grow a thriving garden.

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