AcuRite Blog

One of Michigan's Largest Fire Departments Partners with AcuRite

Posted in: Who Uses AcuRite
By Chris Petres: Firefighter / Paramedic, Radio and Communications Technician
September 29, 2020

One of the largest Fire Department and Rescue Teams in Michigan partners with AcuRite to install a network of nine AcuRite Atlas™ professional weather stations to improve emergency response for the community.

Freezing Fog: The Danger & How to Avoid It

Posted in: Weather 101
By Steve LaNore, Certified Broadcast Meteorologist
September 17, 2020

Freezing fog is a menace. Here are some “heads up” tips to avoid the deadly dangers of freezing fog. A home weather station gives you an edge to predict this weather phenomenon.

How Cold Is Too Cold for Your Construction Site?

Posted in: Why Weather Matters
By AcuRite Team
September 15, 2020

There may not be a specific standard set by OSHA when it comes to cold weather conditions, but employers can make attempts to avoid damage caused by cold stress. This includes providing training for workers and monitoring the worksite. Learn more about cold stress and how to protect your employees.

August Weather Recap

Posted in: Kari's Korner
By Kari Strenfel
September 15, 2020

Review the August weather report recap to learn more about how to monitor and track the weather trends and extremes in your area. This month's weather updates of Kari’s weather station in northern California captures the lightning storm that sparked the wildfires.

All-Weather Running Guide

Posted in: Why Weather Matters
By AcuRite Team
September 10, 2020

How many months does running season last? It can be year-round as long as you prepare for conditions such as heat, humidity and snow. Learn more about how to run in rain, sun and winter while staying safe.