If you were making a weather station, you would try to make it waterproof. But you have to try harder, Fine Offset of China. Your WH1040 dies when the rain gets in...
Rain may only fall vertically in China, perhaps, so the marvellously cheap weather station I got from Maplin, just before they mysteriously went bust, would do there. But this is Wales, and the wind blows up the hill, carrying rain upwards with it, and it gets into the electronics and stops it working. It should look like this on the computer, although those maximum wind speeds are just plain wrong, thanks to EasyWeather corrupting its database.
I have a spare control unit, found on eBay, and wanted to swap them round, but the clever cover that keeps rain from above off somehow welded itself to the control unit. I removed it with BF&I.
Data is coming through! And it has even uploaded to Weather Underground!
Oh, well... Hang on, it's back! Electronics, don't you just love them?