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Projects – DIY Science
These simple projects from The Franklin Institute can be used to measure all the major weather variables. Make your own weather station:
Anemometer - Used to measure wind speed, often used with a weather vane.
Barometer - Used when measuring atmospheric pressure.
Hygrometer - This simple device can be used to measure humidity, be sure to protect it from direct rainfall.
Sling Psychrometer - Used to measure the amount of relative humidity in the air.
Rain Gauge - A cheap and easy to make tool that can be left outside to measure rainfall.
Weather Vane - Use this to determine wind direction. Often used in conjunction with an anemometer.
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