Category: News

WeatherFlow Gets on the Level

Poquoson, VA – WeatherFlow recently unveiled its newest observing capability – a water level sensor. WeatherFlow is testing a low-cost, low-power, high accuracy instrument that senses water level. The testing ground is at Wythe Creek, an offshoot of the Back River that flows adjacent to the WeatherFlow office in Poquoson, Virginia. The bridge over the…

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SailFlow Provides Data for Charleston Race Week

Charleston, SC – This year’s Charleston Race Week was highlighted by several weather features complements of SailFlow. Wind Meters:  Using WeatherFlow’s popular smart phone wind meters, each chase boat for the regatta was able to provide real-time wind measurements from the marks on the course.   With a single click in the wind meter app, the chase boat…

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USA Today Reviews WeatherFlow Wind Meter

Scotts Valley, CA – Since being released in the summer of 2013, the WeatherFlow Wind Meter has generated much interest amongst outdoor enthusiasts. While not billed as the scientifically accepted way to record winds, this pocket-sized device has quickly become a popular way to take reliable wind readings – from the rod and gun club…

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Two New Weather Stations Added to the WeatherFlow Network

New Smyrna Beach, FL – In late February, WeatherFlow further strengthened its network of high-quality weather stations by installing two new stations in the Florida Panhandle at Saint Andrew Bay (left) and Fort Walton Beach (right). Focused on using high-quality, durable instruments and securing locations that offer an ideal setting for collecting observational data, WeatherFlow…

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