Marshall Online Weather Station

We're excited to report that our new Marshall School online weather station, a component of our ongoing, burgeoning Science Lab development project (Have you seen all the new cabinetry, tables, and stuff?), has been installed on our rooftop, and it's data tables and current readings are now available to you, your family, and your students online 24-7.

It's a fantastic device, able to provide our entire community with innumerable opportunities to watch the weather while studying and compiling real data for use in our classrooms.  We hope you're able to find neat, innovative ways to use it from home.

You can access the Marshall School Online Weather Center, which features current conditions, regional meteorological tables and local forecasts, as well as a live HD-camera image of the Peaks from our rooftop, via this link.

You can access a quick, up-to-the-second table of current  weather conditions at Marshall School online via this link.

If you click on the "station graph" link on the Online Weather Center page you can select a wide variety of variables to produce interesting graphs of our recent conditions. The "monthly obs" and "daily obs" links will also lead you to some great real-world data tables, though at the moment, because our station is only a few days old, these tables are still in the process of populating data.

Finally, selecting "enlarge" below the live image, will not only give you a bigger picture of the peaks to look at, but will allow you to toggle backward in time by the hour, day, or month.

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