Knowing the weather in DCL


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Due to elevation (roughly 2,600 ft.) Deep Creek Lake’s weather is notoriously hard to predict. Many of our clients are always looking for accurate, real-time weather data about the area. This information is used to plan visits and decide what activities to take part in, while visiting Deep Creek Lake. In order to offer our clients (and the general public) the best on the ground weather data, HomeWorks recently installed a Bloomsky weather station at our office. Our office is located within the Lake Residential area, and using our location the Bloomsky can calculate current data, and predict the future forecast based on recorded trends, and up to the minutes changes in pressure, temperature, humidity and ultraviolet light penetration. 

To take it one step further, we added our Bloomsky to Weather Underground‘s database of personal weather stations (PWS). This network allows the forecasting website to pool data from local areas, and use that data to generate more accurate forecasts and reporting. When researching weather stations to offer to clients and the public, we chose the Bloomsky not only because it packs a host of cutting-edge monitoring technology and sensors, but also because it offers HD photos of the sky-line and creates time-lapse videos of daily weather.

To view our Bloomsky station, and use it for monitoring the weather in Deep Creek Lake, you can download the Bloomsky Weather app to your phone or tablet, create a free account and search for our station: dclhomeworks

Also, you can visit this link  to view our Bloomsky’s reporting to Weather Underground, which includes current weather and other detailed information. This link will provide you with live data right from our Bloomsky at Deep Creek Lake.

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