Weather Station Reviews Archive
Home weather stations can be complicated and confusing instruments to use for the first time, and deciding which one to buy is not easy when there are so many factors to consider. Every home and location is different—someone living on a farm will have completely different needs for a home weather station compared to someone living in an urban area. One user may want a home weather station that measures the basics (temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction, and rainfall) while another may need to measure soil and leaf moisture levels to control watering systems remotely.
That’s why we have provided a series of very comprehensive and detailed reviews of all the major home weather stations available so you can browse through all the information in an easy-to-read language and decide what is going to work best for your needs.
Our reviews have been conducted by our independent expert Ed Oswald who has used each of the home weather stations to give you his insider’s guide to each one. Each of our reviews also comes with a checklist of pros and cons for a quick and easy reference.
We have made sure that we have covered a range of brands and price points so you can see the full spectrum of the latest in home weather station technology and decide what your home needs.