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Who Uses AcuRite

New Ways to Explore and Discover AcuRite

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By AcuRite Team
January 28, 2021

From home weather stations to garden monitoring to handheld portable weather devices, we’ve created a new way to browse and explore our products to showcase various ways AcuRite can help you improve your home, hobbies, and adventures!

Somerset County Department of Emergency Services Adds More AcuRite Weather Stations

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By Joel D. Landis, Director - Somerset County Department of Emergency Services
January 7, 2021

By mounting their latest weather station at the state's highest point, this Pennsylvania county continues to build a strong network of AcuRite weather monitoring equipment to improve emergency response.

Skywarn Storm Spotter Expands Weather Reporting With AcuRite Atlas™

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By Brian Freitag, Skywarn Weather Spotter and Ham Radio Operator, Nevada
December 28, 2020

This Nevada resident takes public safety seriously. Not only does he provide community emergency communications via Ham Radio, but he’s also an official Skywarn Weather Spotter. He has recently added a weather station to his weather data reporting to help keep emergency responders prepared.

Clemson 4-H Weather Project

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By Elizabeth Stokes - Stokes Family Farm
December 10, 2020

This 4-H student in South Carolina uses real-time weather data from her AcuRite Atlas™ wireless weather station to improve her Wildlife Food Plot project. With this additional weather knowledge, she hopes to set herself ahead of the competition and gain an advantage to regionals or state competitions!  

Waterford Regional Fire Department in Michigan Adds Additional AcuRite Weather Stations

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By Chris Petres: Firefighter / Paramedic, Radio and Communications Technician
November 19, 2020

One of the largest Fire Department and Rescue Teams in Michigan continues to build out their network of AcuRite weather stations to improve emergency response for the community and stay ahead of potential weather danger for the region.