Weather Observer


Sometimes called 'spotters', weather observers record weather conditions for use in forecasting.

They use a variety of measurement tools to observe and record elements such as temperature, humidity, wind velocity, and precipitation.

Networks of weather observers have been operating for over 200 years, and they're typically employed by government agencies and scientific institutions, as well as some commercial businesses with an interest in earth science.

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