Perfect gift for the retro Gardner or home maker in your life. 9" high by 11" long by 1.5 thick. Shown in purple passion with white trim.
Where you place an outdoor thermometer is critical for accuracy. Accuracy: The primary reason is to obtain the most accurate temperature readings. If the thermometer is placed near a heat source, in direct sunlight, or in a sheltered area, it may give false readings. The porch or under an eve in the shade is perfect. Consistency: For consistent readings, the thermometer should be placed in a location that is representative of the overall outdoor environment, not an area that is significantly warmer or cooler.
Avoid Damage: The thermometer should be placed in a location where it will be protected from the elements, such as rain, snow, or extreme heat, which could damage the device and render it useless. Ease of Reading: The thermometer should be placed in a location where it can be easily read without having to go out of your way. Safety: It should be placed in a safe location where it won't pose a risk of injury to people, pets, or wildlife.