January 25, 2008, Newsletter Issue #99: Digital Weather Stations and Humidity

Tip of the Week

You may be ignoring the signs of humidity. Your hair has curled into Shirley Temple chic at ten o'clock at night. The lettuce you just bought today has wilted…in the crisper. The cat's fur is frizzy. To top it all off, you have the air conditioning on.

Weather stations can measure humidity each day, and outdoor digital thermo-hygrometers can send data about the humidity outside to your home digital weather station before your hair starts to look like Michael Jackson's from the 1970s. Since humidity tends to repeat itself, especially in damp climes, you'll be able to compare percentages every day—and know how much mousse to use.

Hot Tip: You might also want to use a stand-alone handheld digital weather station, which provides weather forecasts. You can read it from anywhere in the house, and place it where it's most needed...namely, your bathroom in the morning.

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