2 Years Of Lost Data = Yesterday's new Hi/Low

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Why can't the owners of our devices at least be able to upload the
max/min historical data their individual units recorded? Of course I didn't know the data would be lost during a battery change, and there it went, 2 years in a blink and 60 days later still in learning mode.  There is nothing like losing ALL of your information, from years of wildly varying Chicago temperatures. Now, when I take a leak, I get to see the new highs and lows, along with the new wind speeds, literally register yesterday's information.  I have all of my 6 computers, in three states backed up multiple times, on the Mozy cloud. My smartphone information, both Verizon and Samsung, have their back up systems as well. If I lose the devices, or change systems, or just want to access something I accidentally erased, it's a click away. You know technology today. I find this to be a real detriment and detractor from the software's capability, and ultimately the company lagging in a necessary fix. How many posts, or customer service calls does Acurite receive regarding this? Probably hundreds, with every customer thinking along the same train of thought. Please fix this. 
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David P Naylor Sr

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I hear ya there. I guess they don’t care. I like the unit , but wind speed is another issue. They won’t stand behind
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AcuRite Tori

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Hello Kumba,

We do appreciate your feedback. What is your model number?
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Dale Jones

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I just put in the new hub (Acurite Access)
that is replacing the smartHUB. I lost all my data. Can you tell me where it gets stored?