(PRWEB) June 12, 2014
The LaCrosseTechnologyWeatherStation.com site has been created and designed to meet the needs of a rising number of new, well-informed weather observers and weather station owners. These individuals are attentive to their local weather records and forecasts but want to know more about climate change and its effects.
The website was created by Mr. Alfonso de Garay to help people understand climate change. Mr. de Garay has an extensive background in science and technology. His recent articles include “Why extreme weather is becoming likely” and “Global Warming, Arctic Ice Melting and Extreme Weather”. His articles can be found at http://alfonsodegaray.hubpages.com/.
Extreme weather events, which were once considered highly unlikely, are now becoming increasingly common. Small changes of key weather variables caused by global warming make extreme weather events more likely to occur today than in the past, Mr. de Garay explains.
Mr. de Garay maintains that it is now scientific common knowledge that global warming effects can be associated with the increase of the earth’s ocean temperature causing Arctic ice to melt, which, in turn, is modifying the regular large scale wind patterns and producing unpredictable extreme warmth and cold winters. A warmer earth also creates more moisture in the atmosphere producing copious some times extreme amounts of rain or snow when they occur, while in other geographic areas this extends dry zones resulting in drought.
Although many websites are dedicated to climate and weather-related subjects, this website provides weather observers with insightful scientific information, articles, and videos about global warming, climate change and microclimates. The site presents extensive independent and unbiased information on La Crosse Technology’s home and professional weather center products.
Weather stations are desktop electronic equipment that usually have indoor and outdoor sensors connected to them that measure weather variables, such as temperature, atmospheric pressure, humidity, precipitation in the form of rain, and wind speed. These variables are then analysed and processed by the weather station to generate forecasts of local weather.
Climate fans are encouraged to ask questions and discuss their experiences regarding weather-related matters. The goal is for this website to become an open global forum for discussion about climate change and environmental matters.
In the following weeks, additional high-quality articles on climate and weather are planned as well as product reviews on weather-related hardware, software, and other products.
For more information visit http://www.lacrossetechnologyweatherstation.com.
Alfonso de Garay