Tag: Weather Sensor

The Intense Typhoon. No Friend of Mine.

A Typhoon is an intense cyclone that forms in the western part of the North Pacific Ocean between 180° and 100°E Longitude. The North Pacific Ocean is known as the Northwestern Pacific Basin which is the most active tropical cyclone basin on Earth. A typhoon is only different from a cyclone and hurricane based on Read More

Yay! Information About the Barometer

A barometer is a basic scientific device used in meteorology to measure atmospheric pressure sometimes called barometric pressure. The word Barometer was derived from a Greek word ‘‘baros’’ meaning weight and ‘‘metron’’ which means measure. Atmospheric pressure is a tool to forecast weather, changes in the atmosphere which includes the air pressure.  Under most conditions, the Read More

What You Don’t Know About a Hygrometer

According to dictionary.com, a hygrometer [hahy-grom-i-ter], is an instrument for measuring the water-vapor content of the atmosphere. But in common terms, a hygrometer is a device used to measure the humidity of the atmosphere; detecting the percentage of the moisture in the air. Modern hygrometer uses changes in electrical capacitance, the temperature of condensation or Read More

Instant Weather for the Weather Junkie

There are a number of people who like to observe the weather channel so as to understand what weather to expect throughout the week.  You may be part of the dilemma, which I like to refer to as the “Weather Junkie.” Who are these people? Immediately upon awakening they look to their weather app and Read More