The Weather Station clearly displays the weather forecast, radio control clock, calendar and indoor and outdoor temperature on an large easy-to-read LCD screen
At gadgetshop HQ, Michael Fish is our hero. Putting aside that forgivable error about the hurricane, he's the man who predicated the nation's weather for close to 30 years, using nothing more than a ruler, some magnetic rain cloud symbols and some extremely powerful weather satellites. Now you have the power at your fingertips to do just that, without needing to resort to anything magnetic, other than your personality. This truly schizophrenic weather station also thinks it's a clock and a calendar. Which is fine by us. It's a nifty little device that communicates wirelessly with a maximum of 3 remote sensors (which can be up to 30 metres away) to forecast the weather using simple icons. So simple, in fact, that even Michael could use them. As well as indoor and outdoor temperature readings, you get access to the correct, most-up-to-datest time, which is radio-controlled for complete accuracy, and, should you wish to have the unit by your bedside next to a photoghraph of Michael himself, it even comes complete with a handy alarm function with 8 minute snooze feature. That's just enough time to do the news and weather on your local breakfast show and pop back home to bed.