You don't need bifocals or multifocals, even though you stare at a monitor, a petri dish, or do fine-motor tasks all day. So why would you need a large LED display in your digital wireless weather station?
A large digital wireless weather station LCD display is a benefit. There's no chance of misreading, say, dewpoint, mistaking a 50 percent prediction for an 80 percent prediction. (Dewpoint, by the way, is the measure of how heavy and moist the air is--at 80 percent, people wear hats. Indoors. In air conditioning.)
If you're a serious weather aficionado, you want to read the rainfall and the phases of the moon at a glance, as well as note the time the barometric pressure starts to drop. A large wireless home weather station digital display gives you clearer readings.
Effective home lighting in the rooms where wireless weather stations are located will also enable you to read the display more clearly.
Outside, a large LCD readout cuts down on the visual pollution and compensates for fading light, clouds (which your wireless weather station predicted would come) and dust.
So don't misinterpret your best friend's gift of a jumbo display wireless weather station as a sign that you need to sit a little closer to the TV.
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|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|