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Weather Monitoring

Accurate weather monitoring demands reliable data you can trust made with equipment that won’t break down. Our weather instruments are developed, rigorously tested, and supported by scientists—so you can get the research-grade measurements you need at a price you can afford.

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Weather Data: Virtual, In-Field, or Regional Network—Does It Matter?

Find out how different weather data sources compare and how those data affect the accuracy of common environmental models used by growers.
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Scientific weather station performance data and weather sensor comparisons

We performed comparison testing for ATMOS 41 vs. high-quality, research-grade non-METER sensors and conducted time-series testing for sensor-to-sensor variability. Here are the results.
Measurement Insights16 min read

Weather monitoring system comparison: Which is right for you?

A comparison of common weather monitoring methods, pros and cons, and which technology might apply to different types of field research.
Measurement Insights20 min read

METER is trusted by

At METER, we think high-quality atmospheric data should not be complicated.  ATMOS instruments are simple. No complex setup and maintenance—just accuracy you can continue to count on.


The world's best all-in-one weather station for atmospheric measurements that doesn't limit you with other sensors.
  • Measures 12 weather variables
  • Designed for continuous deployment in harsh climates
  • Connect to ZL6 for data capture and management


At METER, we think getting your data shouldn’t be complicated or costly. And we think wireless should actually be wireless. That’s why we made the ATMOS 41W.

  • A true wireless weather station ideal for long-term, remote installations
  • Incredible 10-minute installation time
  • Completely solar powered


Accuracy. Dependability. Affordability. You get all three with the ATMOS 22 ultrasonic wind anemometer.
  • Easy installation
  • All data transmitted over a single wire
  • Connect to ZL6 for data capture and management


The ATMOS 14 will rapidly and reliably measure air temperature, relative humidity, barometric pressure, and vapor pressure, making benchmarking quick and hassle free.
  • Four measurements in one sensor
  • Collect data remotely when used with the ZL6 data logger
  • Fast response


The TEROS 11 delivers a large volume of influence, reduced sensor-to-sensor variability, and a near-bulletproof form factor, which lasts up to 10 years in the field.
  • Long-life soil moisture and temperature sensor
  • Increased volume of influence (1010 mL)
  • Robust, epoxy body for tough field conditions


Easier, more advanced, and more robust, the ZL6 introduces cloud-based data delivery, Bluetooth® configuration, firmware-over-the-air updates, and integrated metadata.
  • Configure via Bluetooth
  • Stores 80,000+ records
  • Simple setup

Ditch the complexity and the expense. Use the ATMOS 41 to fill gaps between larger, more expensive weather stations and characterize the variability at your site with less cost and less hassle. 

“​​When we were deciding on equipment we asked ourselves: What kind of technology should we use? It had to provide high data integrity. It had to be easy to deploy and maintain. And it had to be cost effective. There’s not a lot of people in that sector. METER systems are low profile, they’re affordable, and the reliability is there.

 - Kevin Hyde, Montana Mesonet Manager

We believe in education

We're scientists. The quest for knowledge is in our blood. We've spent decades learning the best way to measure pretty much everything, so you can access a wealth of information.

7 Weather Station Installation Mistakes to Avoid

Dr. Doug Cobos discusses insider tips and best practices that will improve your accuracy and save you time, effort, and future headaches.
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Stop Hiding Behind a Shield

We performed a series of tests to see how the ATMOS 41’s air temperature measurement compared to other sensors, and the results were surprising, even to us. 
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Weather Monitoring 101: Which Weather Station is Right for You?

Dr. Doug Cobos explores how to choose which system is right for you and the sweet spot for price vs. maintenance vs. accuracy in your unique application.
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