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What’s the Weather?

Wmr200_lgInstead of just talking about the weather in a science class, the class can do something about it by studying all the meteorological data with Oregon Scientific’s Professional Weather Center. The $400 kit includes everything for setting up a storm center in any school. It can measure all the essentials, including temperature, humidity, barometric pressure and rainfall. All the data is logged for future reference and analysis and the sensors connect wirelessly with the viewing screen. It has a built-in clock that synchronizes its time with the government’s atomic clock, can forecast the next day’s weather as well as show what phase the moon will be in.

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