The Wireless Sun And Moon Forecast Station With Outlook by La Crosse Technology® is an interactive, visual way to monitor indoor and outdoor temperature and measure indoor humidity. This silver Weather Channel® station with gray frame features 15 forecast icons based on temperature and air pressure readings, highlighting what conditions to expect and what you should wear to prepare. This wireless weather station also includes 12 moon phase icons, atomic time and date, LED backlight and alarm with snooze. An ideal desktop weather station for a weather-conscious family, this forecaster will accurately keep everyone on track! Ranges: indoor temperature 14.1°F to 139.8°F, outdoor temperature -39.8°F to 139.8°F, humidity 1% to 99% RH. Four AA batteries required (not included).
• Wireless Weather Station with forecast icons • 15 forecast images based on temperature and air pressure readings suggest what kind of weather to expect • Wireless indoor and outdoor temperature (°F/ °C) • Extended wireless range, up to 330 feet • Monitors indoor humidity • Records MIN/MAX outdoor temperature and humidity with time and date stamp • Calculates sunrise and sunset based on selected city name • 12 moon phase icons • 12/24 hour atomic time and date display with snooze alarm • Time zone setting • LED backlight • Desktop forecast station helps weather-conscious families plan what to wear
Size Receiver 5"L x 1"W x 3-1/2"H, requires two AA batteries (not included) Swiss Precision sensor 1-1/2"L x -1/2"W x 3-1/2"H, requires two AA batteries (not included)
The Weather Channel® Wireless Sun And Moon Forecast Station With Outlook by La Crosse Technology®
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