With a general weather station from La Crosse technology, all of your essential weather data will be there at a glance.
Which makes planning your day’s events whole a lot simpler.
Essential color weather stations forever remain a customer favorite here at La Cross Technology.
Features La Crosse Wireless WiFi Weather Station
The station’s bright, smooth to reach LCD show specs dynamic forecast icons that permit users to see their weather data in color.
Whether it be its sleek case design or its right temperature and humidity readings, this item is not just functional, but it is sure to be a conversation beginner.
La Crosse Wireless Wind and Weather Station
When picking to use the connectable spec, your station will begin to get weather data from NWS that offers detailed forecast information, including the high and low temperature of the day, the chance of precipitation values as well as extra forecast icons to keep you up to date on your weather to come.
It also links to the NIST, which mechanically sets your date and time.
Customizable alerts for humidity, temperature
Dynamic forecast icons and seasonal foliage backgrounds
NWS forecast when WiFi linked or use as a standalone station
Max/Min records with a timestamp
Includes indoor show and wireless Thermo-hydro sensor
Most budget outdoor/indoor thermostats do not generally contain smartphone application connectivity.
So, we must commend La Crosse technology for permitting the V10-TH to work with their view application.
The La Crosse view application is accessible for both Android and iOS.
The same application is also used for La Crosse, more complete-featured home weather stations.
This application’s initial function contains the capability to check your stations reading over the online world and share them with friends, view historical data, set alerts, and set up different NWS information that will cycle across the base of the display.
Severe weather can strike at any time, and when it strikes, your power might go out, and communication networks may go down. It’s not wise to assume that our modern technology will work no matter what. If your computer, TV, and mobile phone stopped working in a disaster situation, who would warn you of an incoming tornado or hurricane?