While a Kestrel Pocket Weather Meter can’t measure the points on your buck or record the one that got away, it can help you keep score of who has endured the coldest day sitting in the stand. More importantly, knowing the real weather conditions helps you choose the right clothing, plan your hydration needs, and adequately prepare for your day in the field. Hunters succumb to frostbite, exposure and heat exhaustion every year. A Kestrel meter can keep you from joining them. Use your pocket weather meter to measure wind speed, wind chill, temperature, barometric pressure, wind direction and more.