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5 Best RV  Weather  Stations

When you’re traveling the country, it’s important to know what you can expect when it comes to the weather. 

La Crosse Technology 308-1414B-INT It supports seven time zones, from AST to HAT, and uses atomic time so that you always have access to the right time and date via a full-color LCD display.

What I Liked

– upports up to seven time zones in the United States, Canada, and Mexico – Provides an accurate assessment of the temperature, humidity, and time – Outdoor sensor has a 330-foot range so you don’t have to worry about the connection – Includes 5V power cord so you don’t have to rely on batteries

Newentor Wireless Weather Station

Part of the excitement of RV traveling is having the opportunity to take in beautiful sights. If catching a full moon is on your list of wonders-that-can’t-be-missed, you’ll love the Newentor Wireless Weather Station.

What I Liked

- Moon phase monitor is an interesting and helpful feature – LED screen is crisp and clear for easy reading – Forecast function only needs about a week to calibrate – Can set up a variety of alerts to monitor the weather.

ThermoPro TP62

Not every traveler needs to know every detail about the weather. Sometimes, you just want to know if you need a sweatshirt or a raincoat and what the humidity is like.

What I Liked

– Simple display is small but easy to read – Bright backlight only activates when you touch the display – Multiple mounting options for easy use throughout the RV – 200-foot range for the outdoor sensor.

AcuRite Iris 01544 

Thanks to an easy-to-use mobile app, the AcuRite Iris 01544 is the best RV weather station if you like to stay apprised of the weather, while in the RV or out exploring.

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