The weather station combines the most important meteorological instruments barometer, hygrometer and thermometer, which inform you about the current weather conditions.
The barometer is used to measure atmospheric pressure. From the changes of this measured value you can deduce the weather course of the following days: The slow but steady rise in air pressure gives the prospect of a fundamental and steady improvement in the weather, while a rapid rise is usually replaced by an equally rapid fall, heralding a continuation of the instability. The onset of falling generally indicates a deterioration in the weather.
Thermometers and hygrometers are used to measure air temperature and relative humidity.
When used indoors, the two measuring instruments indicate the current indoor climate. Depending on how the room is used, room temperatures of 18 to 22° C are optimal. The most beneficial room humidity for humans is in the range of 35-65%.