Natural weather forecast Crystal Ball

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Weather Predicting Storm Glass

Storm glasses have been helping sailors since the 1800s predict the weather out at sea and now you can display one in your very own home, not only will it predict the storms ahead but its also a great looking piece.

The Storm Glass is a sealed glass container containing a liquid that changes based on the weather conditions. It can predict sunny weather, cloudy weather, thunderstorms, and blizzards.
Storm Glass is a great conversation starter — making it an ideal corporate gift.
It is an exclusive addition to your interiors in your living room, office space, or bedroom.
This gift is suitable for all age groups, may it be for adults or children.

The Storm Glass can forecast different weather conditions in the following manner:

The liquid is clear: sunny and bright
There are crystals at the bottom: thick air, frost
The liquid is dim with small stars: thunderstorms
There are large flakes: heavy air, overcast and snow during the winter
Crystal threads form on the upper part of the liquid: windy weather
There are small dots: fog, damp weather
Flakes rise and remain at the top: wind in the upper air regions
There are small stars: during a sunny winter day, it will snow in one or two days
The higher the crystals rise, the colder it will be during winter.

9 Different Weather Conditions

Storm Glass contains a liquid that changes based on the weather conditions. It can predict 9 different weather conditions.


The Storm Glasses are amazing devices that have been used by sailors to forecast the upcoming storms for hundreds of years.

A terrible storm in 1859, which caused the loss of the Royal Charter, inspired Admiral Robert FitzRoy to develop charts to allow predictions to be made, which he called "forecasting the weather", thus coining the term "weather forecast".

Fifteen land stations were established to use the new telegraph to transmit to him daily reports of weather at set times. The first daily weather forecasts were published in The Times in 1861. The 1859 storm resulted in the Crown distributing Storm Glasses, then known as "FitzRoy's storm barometers", to many small fishing communities around the British Isles.

And today, you can have a piece of history in your living room!

Package contains: 1 X Natural weather forecast crystal ball