This device, installed on the north side of Lake Titloe last week, will soon provide up to the minute weather information for the Gaylord area. Hydrology specialists studying Lake Titloe’s water quality said the device will record air temperature, wind speed, precipitation, power of the sun and other weather related items. It will also measure water quality parameters. Once programmed, the data will be accessible via a Web site. Pictured above, left to right, are Scott Kudelka, Bryce Hoppie and Scott Matteson.