Recent Examples of weather station from the Web
The deal will deploy Understory's solar-powered weather stations to fields in Argentina's corn-growing regions, Córdoba and Buenos Aires.
The company will greatly expand its own network of weather stations to monitor conditions, adding hundreds more this year.
The same is true for weather stations at LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy International airports and in Boston, Philadelphia and Washington.
As the Associated Press reported, Arctic weather stations averaged 8.8 degrees Fahrenheit above normal.
The datasets use slightly different methods, including different approaches to handling the polar regions, where weather stations are sparse.
One example is her work on automated weather stations throughout the state.
Scientists around the world became alarmed Feb. 25 when an Arctic weather station recorded above-freezing temperatures for about 24 hours — a time of year when almost no sun is reaching the ground.
However, Midway also recorded 80 degrees on Oct. 20 (but O'Hare, which is Chicago's official weather station, was only 78 degrees then).
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First Known Use of weather station
WEATHER STATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of weather station for English Language Learners
: a place where scientists record and study information about the weather
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