A bold, stainless steel, outdoor weather machine, with a weathproof glass cover and steel rain guard.
The station features a barometer to measure atomspheric pressure, a thermometer, and a hygrometer to measure humidity.
Upon unpackaging the station, the barometer will need to be set to the local air pressure. This can easily be done by finding the latest pressure reading from the Met Office, using the observation site closest to where you live. For example, this page details the readings for Central London. To set your barometer, simply turn a screw on the back of the station to rotate the barometer needle to the correct position (the measurement from your nearest observation site).
What can you use a barometer for?