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  1. I have recently bought a room climate monitor and it is currently reading 22.8°C with 59% humidity which is in the “comfortable range” and it feels very pleasant if a bit on the warm side. It also tells you the indoor dew point. At the moment it is 14.3°C which is in the comfortable range. Anything above 16°C is considered “muggy“.
  2. Hello I was wondering if anyone can offer some advice on how to solve a problem with the temperature gauge on my weather station? I have one of these https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/maplin-professional-solar-powered-wi-fi-weather-station-n23dq and the temperature sensor seems to have gone. It's currently reading 19.5c, when actually it's 11c. It has been like this for a few weeks, so I contacted Maplins to see if they could direct me towards spares, as it is out of warranty. They have come back via email today saying they do not keep spares or know where to get them from. An
  3. Dale Hay


    From the album: Misc Pictures

    -50c ... I better get my coat.

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