The lighthouse keepers have been doing meteorological observations for more than 150 years, and still to this day the two remaining lighthouse keepers send daily weather observations to the Meteorological Institute. They observe clouds, weather, line of sight, wave height, rain and sea temperature along with other important data.
Every third hour during the day, they send a report. But the lighthouse keepers always have an eye at the sky to follow the weather, and they are therefore always updated on the current weather and wind. The lighthouse keepers are always available to answer questions from boats and ships that want an update on the weather. They use they're wide knowledge to give good advice. We are taking the long tradition of weather reports into the future.