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Thermal Measurer

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Thermal Measurer
"Measure ambient air temperature."
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Displays the temperature
Wilson Portrait.png
I am one heck of a scientist.


Willow Portrait.png
It would be better if it measured fire.


Wolfgang Portrait.png
Cold go up! Red go down!


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Why do I feel that it is measuring my mortality?


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Measure before you act.


Woodie Portrait.png
We can build these half as tall back home.


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Not the most useful invention, is it


Wigfrid Portrait.png
If önly it measured the heat öf battle.


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How hot is it, Mr. Thermal Measurer?


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Why put numbers on what you can feel?


Warly Portrait.png
Splendid. I should like to know when the worm is going to turn.


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Arrr brrrrrr!


The Thermal Measurer is a Science structure. It is used to approximate current ambient temperature. It can measure temperatures in a range from 0 to 35 degrees (actual temperature can go outside of this range). The gauge goes up as temperature increases (signifying Summer's approach), and goes down as the temperature falls (signifying Winter's approach). During the winter, it turns blue.

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  • The reading from the Thermal Measurer goes down in the night due to the lack of heat from the sun. It goes back up in the daytime.
  • It was added in A Winter's Tale update.
  • Before the release of the Reign of Giants DLC, the Thermal Measurer was called the Winterometer.

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