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Home Weather Stations
      Tue Aug 13 2013 01:54 PM

I want to install a weather station at my oceanfront home of 33 years. I have been researching and am familiar with all the major players in the industry. The air here on the central Florida East coast is EXTREMELY corrosive to metals especially ferrous metals. The UV's are also a consideration for plastics. For those of you out there who have already had experiences with stations I would most sincerely appreciate your advice on which equipment you would recommend. Thank you for your responses. Surfly

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