Monitor Hurricanes with Arduino Platform

When Mother Nature roars in the form of hurricanes, like the recent Hurricane Sandy on the U.S.’s East Coast, social media sites like Twitter demonstrate how critical it is to be able to easily share information. With the Arduino platform, you can create a DIY auto-Tweeting weather station. See photos and learn how here.

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