Be your own weatherman

USB Wireless Weather Forecaster tracks the weather

For those who want their local weather on the 7s. Maplin

Don't trust Marshall Seese? Me neither--the Weather Channel anchor looks a little shifty to me. And I think Jim Cantore's been left out in the field a little too long. If you've lost faith in the Weather Channel, it's time to take meteorological matters into your own hands with the USB Wireless Weather Forecaster. Plant the wireless sensor unit in your backyard, connect the small LCD touch screen to your PC, and sit back as it tracks the temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, rainfall, and wind speed.

What doesn't it do? Well, it doesn't work with Macs, nor does it show moon phases. And you'll need to buy it the next time you're in England, for 80 pounds.

Via Everything USB

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