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Conventional Instruments, Thermometer, Cold, Heat, Questions and Answers, Answers, Temperature
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|Title: Answer 025|
Concept: The thermometer should be protected from direct sun and precipitation, well ventilated, and ideally about 5 ft above a grassy or snowy surface.
Detail: Historically, temperature readings were made inside a white, louvered shelter called a Stevenson Screen.
025A See also the companion Question Slide: type 025Q into the search space on the left side of the screen and press the "search" button.