Every year, February 5 marks National Weatherperson’s Day in the U.S.!National Weatherperson’s Day is a day to recognize these men and women who work around-the-clock to provide the nation with weather, water, and climate forecasts.
Congratulations! You made it through fall and winter allergies. Now, welcome to the more common spring allergy season, when there are all sorts of things floating around in the air that can irritate your eyes, nose, and throat. We’ll explore spring allergy season, causes, and symptoms, along with how to fight back.
Use AcuRite's gardening tools to improve your green thumb. Measure rain fall one of our rain gauges, plant a soil thermometer to determine soil conditions, and mount a variety of devices in your yard to track temperature and humidity.
The United Nations classifies drought as a natural hazard that has affected more people in the last 40 years than any other natural hazard. Find out what causes droughts and what they impact, and learn some tips to prepare your home and garden to weather one.