Dual Weather Station
The Dual Weather Station is an exciting combination of two super successful historical weather devices!
Consisting of two glass cylinders on a beech wood base, it's an elegant and traditional way to predict the weather!
Your Galileo thermometer uses five floating glass baubles to determine the temperature based on liquid density.
Each bulb has a calibrated, weighted metal tag and the temperature is determined by reading the lowest floating bulb!
The Storm Glass responds to atmospheric fluctuations, helping you to forecast the weather by observing the evolving crystal formations!
A key to reading your Storm Glass:
- Clear liquid = Fair weather
- Murky Liquid = Rainy weather
- Crystals at the top = Thunderstorms
- Large flaky crystals = Cloudy skies, snow in winter
- Thread of crystals = Windy weather
Assembled dimensions: 17.5cm x 14cm x 7cm
Temperature range of Gallileo Thermometer: 16 - 32 degrees celsius
Please refer to the instructions for tips on how to read your device and where to place it.