meteorograph

[mee-tee-awr-uh-graf, -grahf, -or-, mee-tee-er-uh-]
noun
an instrument for automatically recording various meteorological conditions, as barometric pressure and temperature, at the same time.

Origin:
1770–80; meteoro(logy) + -graph

meteorographic [mee-tee-awr-uh-graf-ik, -or-, mee-tee-er-uh-] , adjective
meteorography [mee-tee-uh-rog-ruh-fee] , noun
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meteorograph (ˈmiːtɪərəˌɡrɑːf, -ˌɡræf)
 
n
obsolete an instrument that records various meteorological conditions
 
meteoro'graphic
 
adj
 
meteoro'graphical
 
adj

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meteorograph   (mē'tē-ôr'ə-grāf')  Pronunciation Key 
An instrument that records simultaneously several meteorological conditions, such as temperature, barometric pressure, rainfall, humidity, and wind direction.
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Kites, occasionally supplemented by captive balloons, were used to carry the meteorograph.
Temperature, relative humidity, and barometric pressure were measured and recorded with a meteorograph stored in a shelter.
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