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Two New Weather Stations for New England

Bolton, MA – WeatherFlow sensor technicians recently installed two new weather stations at Woods Hole Passage Light (left) and Stonington Outer Breakwater (below). Both locations will provide observations from complex waterways. Wood Hole Passage Light is located in one of New England’s most difficult passages, connecting Vineyard Sound to Buzzards Bay. A strong current runs…

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New Homepages Launched for WeatherFlow Products

New Smyrna Beach, FL – WeatherFlow launched iWindsurf.com in 2000.  At the time it was a cutting-edge website for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoyed being on the water, especially for windsurfers.  In time, WeatherFlow launched iKitesurf.com, with products more directed toward the emerging kitesurfing, also known as kiteboarding, industry.  Seeing that sailors were also benefiting from…

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WeatherFlow Adds Two New South Texas Sensors

Bolton, MA – WeatherFlow sensor maintenance technicians recently made the trip to south Texas to install new weather stations in locations where data is sorely lacking. First, the team installed a new weather station in the open waters of Galveston Bay, just west of the main shipping channel that cuts through the middle of the…

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Cocoa Beach Gets Another Weather Station

New Smyrna Beach, FL – Just south of NASA’s Cape Canaveral, WeatherFlow sensor technicians recently completed the installation a new weather station to the Banana River, an intercoastal waterway of Cocoa Beach. This raises the number of WeatherFlow observing stations in Cocoa Beach to four, making it one of the densest subsets of weather observing…

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