The Best Wireless Weather Forecasting Stations and Gadgets

We'll be adding to this from time to time, so check back often.

We've got two picks below for now - and you should visit the top Weather Snob areas:

Oregon Scientific WR606 NOAA Desktop Weather Station


This is a really cool weather station and emergency alert radio from Oregon Scientific. We love the fact it combines the two features into one smart unit, and has a bright easy to read display.

  • Monitors all US Hazards and Emergency Alert System (EAS) bulletins, warnings and watches.
  • Receives all NOAA reports, which include advisories on severe weather conditions, civil emergencies, hazards, and evacuation details.
  • SAME technology alerts users to emergencies in their area, and describes the type and duration of the event.
  • Audible and visual alert signals notify you of all levels of messages (Advisories, Watches, Warnings).
  • Large dot-matrix LCD display with backlight displays weather forecast 12 to 24 hour in advance, barometric pressure and ice warnings.
At Oregon Scientific WR606 NOAA Desktop Weather Station

Original article here...

La Crosse Technology WS-2317 Professional Weather Station


We haven't featured this weather station from La Crosse before, and for $99 it looks pretty solid. We like the WWVB radio integration, and the three remote sensors are wireless.

  • Displays extensive weather data, in all cases with programmable alarm functions for certain weather conditions as well as records of all minimum and maximum values along with time and date of their recordings
  • Monitors all types of weather conditions, including indoor temperature/humidity, remote temperature/humidity, rainfall, wind speed and direction, wind chill, dew point, and barometric pressure
  • Receives and displays the WWVB radio controlled time and date
  • 0ptional PC interface included
  • Three remote sensors are wired together and use two AA batteries total, with wireless transmission back to display unit

At La Crosse Technology WS-2317 Professional Weather Station: Home & Garden

Original article here...


This is a very cool list of wireless weather devices.

Posted by: Jay Brewer at April 26, 2009 5:03 PM

StrikeAlert is a small handy pager sized device that warns of an impending lisghtning strike.


Should be on this list!

Posted by: Grimnir at July 29, 2009 11:45 AM
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