An application specific data acquisition system that monitors meteorological conditions. Typical weather stations include meteorological sensors (e.g., rain gage, temperature and RH probe, wind vane, anemometer, and pyranometer), datalogger, power supply, tripod or tower, data retrieval peripheral, and environmental enclosure.
one of a networks of observation posts where meteorological data is recorded
a facility which contains various instruments and equipment which enable you to monitor and observe weather conditions
a set of devices for measuring elements like temperature, rainfall, wind speed, and pressure
a location equipped with instruments to measure and record data about weather features such as air pressure, humidity, wind speed, temperature, and precipitation.
A weather data collection and forecasting facility (including personnel) which can be used within the incident area.
A system designed to make measurements of the variables pertaining to weather (temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, wind speed and direction etc.). In this case, we are using a La Crosse WS2300 system, interfaced into a computer with WeatherDisplay software.
A location where meteorological observations such as surface, upper air, and climatological observations are taken. In a general sense, the term also includes service offices that prepare weather maps and charts, issue forecasts and warnings, issue weather briefings to pilots, and prepare and disseminate climatological information.
A weather station is a facility with instruments and equipment to make weather observations by monitoring atmospheric conditions to study the weather.
A station for taking meteorological observations, making weather forecasts, or disseminating such information. Such stations are of the first order when they make observations of all the important elements either hourly or by self-registering instruments; of the second order when only important observations are taken; of the third order when simpler work is done, as to record rainfall and maximum and minimum temperatures.