Friday, March 09, 2007

Weather Stations

Weather is such an integral and important part of everyone’s everyday lives. Over the last few years with increasing occurrence of severe weather situations, people have become more and more interested in knowing their immediate weather forecast. La Crosse Technology introduced radio-controlled clocks to the US market in 1991 and continues to be on the cutting edge of this technology in America. The WS-9611U Wireless forecast station with Oscar outlook, this small weather station features a wealth of information at once. This weather station monitors inside and outside temperature, inside humidity and has an atomic clock that automatically updates for daylight savings time. In addition, this weather forecaster has 15 forecast icons based on temperature and air readings, suggesting what kind of weather to expect and what to wear. (So even young children can quickly tell the forecast.) In the form of various icons, the weather boy holding an umbrella for rain, or all bundled up for the cold, or in swimsuit with the sun shining and many more. Want to plan a walk in the moonlight? This weather forecaster also monitors moon phase, calculates sunrise and sunset based on selected city name. This forecaster, and many others, is available at

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