Definition of weather station in English:

weather station

Syllabification: weath·er sta·tion

noun

An observation post where weather conditions and meteorological data are observed and recorded.
More example sentences
  • In the first half of the century there were no satellites or radar, and it wasn't until 1921 that a weather station was established on Willis Island.
  • Belmullet (which is the closest weather station to Sligo) recorded the highest total rainfall for the month at 206 millilitres.
  • The local weather station recorded almost 140 mm of rain between Friday morning and yesterday morning.

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