Current Temperature with Saved Highs & Lows
Your comfort is important. Whether you want to dress according to today’s weather or want to know yesterday’s temperature extremes the Mini-Max has you covered.
Combined Thermometer & Barometer
Barometric pressure plays an important role in weather forecasting. In general, a rising barometer means that there will be pleasant weather conditions and a falling barometer means that it may worsen.
The Mystic combines both outdoor temperature and barometric pressure in one multi-functional digital instrument. Make a statement in your home and never let poor weather conditions ruin your event.
Indoor & Outdoor Temperature
Are you interested in real-time temperature? Criterion gives you the ability to monitor multiple locations within a single weather instrument. Examples include outdoor air, indoor air and water temperatures.
What Does a Weather Thermometer Do?
A weather thermometer is a tool used to measure outside temperature at any given time. With a weather thermometer, you can find out how hot or cold it is outside.
Depending on where you are in the world, the temperature will be measured in Celsius or Fahrenheit. Water freezes at zero degrees Celsius and boils at 100 degrees Fahrenheit. In Fahrenheit, water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit and boils at 212 degrees Fahrenheit.
Weather thermometers work by responding to heat and cold. When it gets hotter, the air in the thermometer heats up the liquid in it and moves up the tube to indicate the temperature. When it gets colder, the liquid moves down.
Why Are Indoor and Outdoor Thermometers Important for Your Home?
Knowing indoor and outdoor temperatures can be beneficial for a number of reasons. First, temperatures can vary when it comes to specific spaces in your home. A room with multiple windows or an area with large glass doors is more likely to be affected by the temperature outside. Understanding how outdoor temperatures are affecting your indoor space is essential in keeping the proper relative humidity of a room because as air temperature rises or falls, this causes air to dry out or hold more moisture. Moisture in your home can cause bad odors, mold, and mildew, and can damage paint, wallpaper, and furniture.
If you have any questions about your weather thermometer, feel free to reach out. Contact us today and a member of our team will get back to you.
Learn more about how thermometers work in our learning center.