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The Acu Rite rain gauge is a simple plastic “bucket” that monitors rainfall and reports back the rainfall totals to the smart HUB.
It has a simple funnel-like design that allows rain to drip into the collector mechanism inside the gauge.
I've never had this happened before, but it seems my real-world weather in FSX has remained the exact same over the past 2-3 days.
The smart HUB is the brains of the Acu Rite Weather Environment System.
So I just went over to the aviation weather site and got the METAR and recreated it by hand in the advanced weather pages.
It’s not that I can name every type of cloud in the sky or that I know all about how weather systems work, but I like to keep an eye on the local weather and I even record it in my journal every day with hand drawn icons. For years I’ve been using a simple sensor mounted outside with an equally simple mono display inside that will let me check the outside temperature.
Inside the rain gauge is a battery holder that holds 2 AA alkaline batteries (not included).
The rain drips into a cup that tips over when it fills up, thereby counting rainfall 0.01 inches (0.25 mm) at a time with 16 second updates and a 100 foot wireless range to the smart HUB or sensor display. You can purchase the rain gauge with a display for .17 from Amazon.