NASA's newest navigation mechanism has a very accurate weather package and you can check Elysium Planitia's daily conditions online. The data, however, obviously led to some mystery. According to Ars Technica every day at 7am and 7am local time there is an inexplicable jump of atmospheric pressure. in November. It seems they match the local sunrise and sunset. Keep in mind that the pressure on Mars is very low – about 1% of the earth's atmosphere – and scientists have already turned out the problems with the instruments.
The technical side of TWINS includes thermometers as well as an anemometer to measure wind speed and direction. twice per second. Additional sensors include the InSight FluxGate (IFG) magnetometer provided by UCLA for measuring direction and magnetic fields; and a high-sensitivity barometer from JPL. The sensors have discovered several puzzles, including unexplained "infrasound". You can read more about the weather station on the NASA website. and publishes little bitches and shreds for his day. If you want to hear what the terrestrial device hears, you can enjoy NASA's telecoms recorded in the video below.
We looked at InSight last year in some detail. Before you start planning your next vacation at Elysium Planitia, you may want to read this.