Whether you start early-spring flowers indoors or sow them directly in the ground, you need to know the best time to start your spring planting. When should you start planting your spring flower garden? These tips will help you figure it out.
Lightning threats are present both indoors and out — for example, can I take a shower during a storm? What do I do if I’m caught on the lake? We cover a few tornado tips as well, and explore a piece of technology that will help protect you even when you’re far away from the nearest cellphone.
Severe weather events have become more common in recent years. As homeowners look for ways to protect their homes, family and property, understanding what to have on hand when disaster strikes is critical. Here are five staples to have in any severe weather survival kit.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.