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Tom Haraden is a retired National Park Service Ranger and current National Weather Service spotter in Utah. "I like that [my MK-lll-LR] is reliable, wireless, accurate, measures maximums and minimums," Tom says, " and measures eight parameters. I guess my favorite part is having an accurate barometer. I can predict the weather here with only that. We have the display hung where the kitchen, bedroom hall, and mudroom door converge so we see it whenever we walk past and can easily watch changes." Haraden is also a spotter for the National Weather Service, “I like understanding how the natural world works. I also like the idea of citizen science and keeping long-term records for use in the future. It's one thing to notice the first hummingbird of the season, but quite another to have 15 years of recorded observations that show that the first hummingbird always arrives within the same five-day span."