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Weather network offers local boating forecasts

Boat owners have free access to thousands of local weather reports through the WeatherLink Network.

Hosted by Davis Instruments, the network provides detailed current weather conditions to boat owners who have a computer or a compatible mobile phone, according to a press release.

The community of Davis weather stations at www.weatherlink.com has more than 9,000 real-time reporting stations worldwide.

Davis weather station owners can use WeatherLinkIP software or a WeatherLink Network annual subscription to easily and automatically post their local data to the WeatherLink Network.

Anyone with Internet access can view the data, which includes temperature, humidity, wind, barometric pressure and rainfall, from the worldwide reporting stations free.

Davis' free WeatherLink apps are accessible by iPhone and Android users.

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