After the Arctic trip I decided it would be a good idea to have a better means of tracking weather conditions.
I had been keeping a log of temperatures when I could with a cheap freezer thermometer which I later learned was about 2° out at low temperatures.
I noticed a rather nifty weather meter that Woody was using and decided to treat myself to something like it when I got home.
It came supplied with a soft pouch case and a “tactical” nylon case which I didn’t like, so I set about making the old type of leather case that I remembered good photographic equipment being carried in in the days of yore.
The hole in the side is to let air circulate around the sensors as the meter continues to monitor and graph trends even when it is not switched on which is a feature I like.