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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weather_station

A weather station is a facility, either on land or sea, with instruments and equipment for measuring atmospheric conditions to provide ... They do this by either by manually compiling data and distributing it, distributing data over the internet, ...

www.answers.com/Q/Why_do_people_measure_atmospheric_conditions

Air Pressure Moisture Electrical charge (One can measure it to certain degree, especially right before and during a thunderstorm) Visibility Airspeed ...

www.windows2universe.org/earth/Atmosphere/measuring_press.html

Jun 11, 2010 ... This image shows three common ways that atmospheric pressure is measured - using a mercurial barometer, an aneroid barometer or a ...

www.skwirk.com/p-c_s-11_u-3_t-9_c-22/how-the-weather-is-measured/nsw/science-technology/what-s-the-weather-/measuring-the-weather

Visit us for info on how the weather is measured. Specifically find info here on determining the weather, meteorologists, climatologists, measuring wind, ... given time but how can we determine what the weather will do in the future? ... They work with special equipment that allows them to predict future weather conditions .

www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-instruments.htm

A THERMOMETER measures the air temperature. ... WEATHER MAPS indicate atmospheric conditions above a large portion of the Earth's surface.

www.gpb.org/blogs/talking-up-a-storm/2012/02/15/students-ask-how-do-meteorologists-predict-the-weather

Feb 15, 2012 ... Nick asks, “…how do you predict the weather for a period of time? ... They use these tools to measure atmospheric conditions that occurred in the ... Most people are familiar with thermometers, barometers, and anemometers ...

www.nationalgeographic.org/encyclopedia/barometer

Jun 19, 2014 ... A barometer is a tool used to measure atmospheric pressure, also ... As altitude decreases, the density of air increases, as does the number of atmospheres. ... on the dial face to make it easier for people to interpret the weather. .... force pressed on an object by another object or condition, such as gravity.

wonderopolis.org/wonder/what-does-a-barometer-measure

Can you feel the pressure? It's around you…all the time…everywhere you go. What is it? Atmospheric pressure — often referred to simply as air pressure — is ...

www.rkdn.org/outdoors/weather.htm

Weather is created and changed by the atmosphere, specifically the ... Weather conditions are usually measured and described in terms of ... Generally people don't want to visit tropical areas during the rainy season, nor do some people want ...