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How Does an Anemometer Measure Wind Speed?

By Faisal Khalil May 18, 2018 5 comments
The first anemometers were developed centuries ago, and have taken a variety of forms. Over time, scientists learned what configurations work best. sssss ... Read More

test new styles

By Teresa Craze April 5, 2018 No comments

Super Blue Blood Moon

By Kari Strenfel January 29, 2018 4 comments

Three lunar phenomena will occur at once on January 31st!

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Kari Strenfel Intro

By Kari Strenfel January 15, 2018 No comments

Excited to introduce my new blog: Elements with Kari. Launching in January 2018!

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East Coast Bomb Cyclone

By Kari Strenfel January 5, 2018 No comments

The year 2018 started out with a Bomb...Cyclone! A review of the snow totals, strong winds, and ice produced by the Bomb Cyclone.

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Cloud Types

By Kari Strenfel January 4, 2018 No comments

Learn how to identify the three main cloud types yourself based on their height and characteristics.

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Bomb Cyclone

By Kari Strenfel January 3, 2018 No comments

Bomb Cyclone was a big hype story the first week of 2018. Is bombogenesis a real thing?

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Full Wolf Moon or Supermoon?

By Kari Strenfel January 1, 2018 No comments

Both! Learn why the first Full Moon of 2018 is both a Full Wolf Moon and a Supermoon!

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Cold Fronts

By Kari Strenfel December 29, 2017 No comments

Cold fronts explained: characteristics, movement, and where to expect the clouds.

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Weather Review Christmas 2017

By Kari Strenfel December 26, 2017 No comments

Bitterly Cold in the North, Heavy Lake Effect Snow for the Great Lakes: A review of the winter weather Santa brought in 2017.

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Warm Fronts

By Kari Strenfel December 22, 2017 No comments

Warm fronts explained: characteristics, movement, and where to expect the clouds.

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How to Measure Humidity

By AcuRite Team December 21, 2017 1 comment

Humidity affects the way we perceive a given temperature – at the same temperature, higher humidity will generally make us feel warmer, and lower humidity will make us feel cooler.

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How to Measure Rain with Rain Gauges

By AcuRite Team December 18, 2017 No comments

A rain gauge is a weather tool that tells you how much rain has fallen, useful for making decisions about the amount of watering your lawn or garden requires.

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How Musicians Preserve Vintage Instruments

By AcuRite Team December 10, 2017 No comments

Acoustic instruments are particularly sensitive to humidity and temperature. Find the ideal temperature and humidity for vintage instruments to maintain top condition and quality.

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