NOAA to Evaluate Observations from Weather Drones

The Meteodrone MM-670 weather drone collects weather observations from both the lower and middle atmosphere, including temperature, humidity, air pressure, wind speed and wind direction // PHOTO: Meteomatics

June 12, 2024

BY National Weather Service



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