Automated weather stations provide valuable information. Their goal includes delivery of an uninterrupted record of conditions both for areas infrequently visited or periods between manual observations at an accuracy and resolution suitable for operational decisions. Their value can lead to frustration when a component(s) of the system fails to function as desired. The accuracy and reliability of remote weather stations relies on proper design along with consistent and regular maintenance and calibration.
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