Weather can be unpredictable during this time of year in Michigan, especially when a hurricane hits down south. Summer can extend until late September with high humidity or it can be as cool as Fall. It's not uncommon to wear shorts and sandals during the day and have to change to jeans and sweatshirt at night. Most of us pay a little more attention to our weather reports and thermometers because of temperature changes that happen very quickly.
Fortunately, modern technology has made temperature and humidity monitoring easier within healthcare departments. Temperature and humidity data loggers are perfect for a department where temperature and/or humidity monitoring and/or documentation is crucial. These unique devices can gather over 250,000 readings and even include software to load on a PC for analysis and record keeping. Monitoring and recording this information in temperature sensitive areas can help determine any adjustments needed to stay at the optimal environmental conditions.