You are arguing weather patterns, and Physics. Being in the field does not alter reality's. This is a tested, proven fact from much larger industry than Reptile Ones.Seems yiu have nevwr been in the field
I have run all around with a thermometer and rhe remoweayure in rhe shaded biotioes are radically different from those just 200m further in the ooen landscape in direct sunshine
honti the field and do not say fabulations rhat are not true
Again, ALL weather data, is ALWAYS taken in the shade. As taking measurements outside of Shade, have Infrared rays heating the measurement device, That would equivalent to Surface Temperature, not Air Temperature, which are two completely different things.
I believe that you get a different reading with a thermometer in direct sun. You are no longer reading Air Temperatures, but Surface Temperatures. You seem to be confusing the two. The Measurements that are being linked, from weather sites and Madcham, are Air Temperatures, they do not alter in the sun or in the shade, and they are ALWAYS taken in the shade, or shielded from direct sunlight.