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Crawdaddy
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Slidell
Member since Sep 2006
11938 posts

indoor/outdoor weather gauge.


I am looking for a good indoor/outdoor weather guage. Something simple to a bit more advanced. Inside outside temps, humidity, rain, are a must Wind speed, pressure, etc would be nice.
Any recomendations?







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FelicianaTigerfan
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2009
14083 posts

re: indoor/outdoor weather gauge.


I have this one. I mainly like the pressure gauge. Helps me keep logs when hunting and fishing. It also shows trends. Many times I think a front has passed and the weather should be improving and pressure rising making it a good evening to hunt but this thing will tell me different and ive found that pressure doesnt start to rise till hours later

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Crawdaddy
LSU Fan
Slidell
Member since Sep 2006
11938 posts

re: indoor/outdoor weather gauge.


funny, that is the one I was just looking at. The price is ok and it seems to do a lot. I just know nothing about brands and how they last





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FelicianaTigerfan
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Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2009
14083 posts

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We've had ours a year and it holds up. Gave 4 of them away as Christmas gifts last year and everybody likes them. Only issue is the wind gauge. It has to be elevated and unobstructed. Never can get what I think is an accurate reading on it





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Hammertime
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apples
Member since Jan 2012
15325 posts

re: indoor/outdoor weather gauge.


IIRC, Davis makes the best ones





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TBoy
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Lafayette
Member since Dec 2007
2655 posts

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We used to have a large rock hanging by a rope on crude looking tripod setup. Looked a little like an improvised camp stove. We called it our weather rock. Whenever the kids would ask us what the weather was, we sent them outside to touch the rock. Damn thing absolutely got the current conditions right every time. I'd recommend a weather rock to anyone.





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tenfoe
Member since Jun 2011
2735 posts

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quote:

IIRC, Davis makes the best ones


Partially correct. Davis makes the best ones for non-scientific use. I did a good bit of research on them a few years ago for a client, and ended up buying him a Davis system. I talked with Jay Grimes (channel 9 weathermand and all-around smart fellow) and a couple other guys including a professor at LSU. The consensus was there are many better than a Davis system, but the Davis can be had for less than $400, whereas the higher end ones start at $2k or so.

I ended up going with something like this LINK. It's held up well for a couple years in pretty much the harshest environment in Louisiana (Johnsons Bayou).






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Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2007
6100 posts

re: indoor/outdoor weather gauge.






*gauge*






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Crawdaddy
LSU Fan
Slidell
Member since Sep 2006
11938 posts

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the look on that turtle's face





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