Learn to use historical weather trends and forecast data to help Punxsutawney Phil predict when winter will end and spring will start this year. Groundhog day is a great way to get involved in weather tracking and be prepared for seasonal conditions.
Check weather conditions using an at-home weather sensor or bring your portable anemometer on-the-go to always be prepared and safe when sledding or ice skating with your family. Track wind speed, temperature and snow conditions.
Use weather forecast data and weather devices such as our portable anemometer to track snowfall and ensure snowmobiling conditions are safe for you and your group. Know the terrain and get ahead of the weather this winter season.
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.
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.
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.
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.