Is there no cloud in the air or is it likely to rain? With a weather station you are always aware of the current (and coming) weather conditions. Most weather stations show the weather forecast by means of clear symbols. This way you can easily see if you can go outside without a coat or that you can take an umbrella with you.
With a weather station you have a well-organized collection of various meteorological data. Weather stations are available in many shapes and sizes, but can roughly be divided into two categories: analogue and digital. An analogue weather station has analogue measuring equipment and therefore usually consists of three meters: a thermometer (measure the temperature), hygrometer (measure the relative humidity) and a barometer (measure the air pressure). Analog weather stations often have a classic design that you may know from the past. In addition, analogue weather stations with a sleek, modern design are now available. More meteorological data can be measured with a digital weather station because they are connected to external sensors. The digital models also have a digital display, on which a large amount of measurement data can be displayed.
Do you choose an analog, digital or radio weather station?
Do you want to buy a weather station? On this page you will find an overview of the complete range of weather stations. It is advisable to determine in advance whether you prefer an analogue or a digital model. Furthermore, you can also opt for a radio-controlled weather station at the digital weather stations. This means that the weather station receives a constant flow of measurement data via a radio signal (usually the DCF signal), so that an accurate weather forecast is always shown. You can read more about the three types of weather stations in the 'Analogue', 'Digital' and 'Radiographic' menus.