If you live in an inclement local you probably watch the weather channel rise and shine. I know I did when I resided in the great state of Massachusetts – snow one day, 60 degrees and sunny the next. Boy, would have my life been just a tad easier, and more knowledgeable if I had the Oregon Scientific’s Complete Regional Weather Station. The device piggy backs on the MSN SPOT watches, and is delivered MSN Weather info every 2 minutes via FM frequency. It gives you complete details including “three day weather forecast and description, temperature and humidity with trend indicator, precipitation chance, wind direction, wind speed, gust wind, wind chill, dew point temperature, heat index, UV index, EPA air-quality reading, rain level with last 24 hours of history, sunrise and sunset times, moon phase and NWS weather warnings, watches and advisories.? The device also reports on an interior temperature and humidity. It also sports alarm clock features. The only catch is the device is apparently only designed to function in just over 100 North American metropolitan areas, and there is no mention of whether or not you have to pay for the MSN Weather service (site doesn’t say, so probably not).

So now for $200 you can yank down those pesky cords snaked through the kitchen window.

For complete details check out the site.

Go here to see if you area is covered.

Via DesignTechnica



Christen Costa

 
Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."