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Why Weather Matters

5 Ways to Maximize Your Summer Fun with AcuRite

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By AcuRite Team
July 10, 2018

Some ways AcuRite can help you and your kids have the most fun possible this summer!

Plan for Backyard Camping with AcuRite

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By AcuRite Team
July 5, 2018

Learn how an AcuRite Weather Station can help keep your kids safe while enjoying the great outdoors this summer!

What is Heat Index?

By AcuRite Team
May 7, 2018

While planning your outdoor summer activities, make sure to keep an eye on the Heat Index to keep your family safe and healthy while having fun!

11 Ways to Minimize Indoor Air Pollution

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By AcuRite Team
April 18, 2018

Even though you can’t always see them, the air in your home is full of allergens! Take simple steps to minimize indoor air pollution and reduce allergy symptoms.

Storm Readiness

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By AcuRite Team
April 13, 2018

Be prepared early in the season to help keep your family safe during severe storm development this spring and summer.

Lightning Development: The Positives and Negatives

By AcuRite Team
April 11, 2018

Learn how charge separation develops in a thunderstorm cloud and what leads to the eventual discharge we know as a lightning strike!

How Do Thunderstorms Develop?

By AcuRite Team
March 26, 2018

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.

What is Dew Point?

By AcuRite Team
March 22, 2018

What is dew point and why do I care?

When to Plant Based on Climate

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By AcuRite Team
March 14, 2018

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

What is Frost Point?

By AcuRite Team
February 28, 2018

Do you know what Frost Point is? Click to learn more about this measurement and how you can take steps to protect plants and crops from frost and freeze damage.