Scioto County Storm Chaser Center has two weather stations set up in two different locations within about 2 miles from each other. At the Scioto County Storm Chaser Center’s main headquarters, I have an AcuRite Atlas® Weather Station and at the Scioto County Storm Chaser Center’s second location, I have an AcuRite Iris® Weather Station. I just upgraded the headquarters’ weather station a few months ago from an Iris 5-in-1 to an Atlas 7-in-1.
It’s here, it’s there, it’s everywhere… it’s humidity! Well, maybe it’s not so prevalent in deserts… but usually, it’s all around us. Humidity’s greatest impacts are on weather and our overall health, but there are a plethora of other items, functions, and processes that humidity can alter — including 3D printing. What is 3D printing you may ask? Read on to find out, learn more about humidity as its biggest threat, and how you can use AcuRite to help master your 3D printing projects.
Weather! It’s — literally — all around us. So, best to start learning about it when you’re young! And what better way than with an AcuRite weather station? Such is the case for students at Carrington Elementary School in Waterbury, Connecticut, who’ve recently begun discovering the world of weather with help from an AcuRite Atlas® Weather Station.