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Sorry I don't know what is going on with them.  My data is still being sent and received.
http://www.anythingweather.com/weather-network/?stationid=15673
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / USB length?
« Last post by Bashy on Today at 05:34:13 AM »
Hi folks, what's the maximum length can the USB be for Weatherlink (envoy)

I am thinking about getting the the alarm version but it would
Need to be in the summer house and the weather pc is i the conservatory
Poss about 10m as the town flies, might be a bit longer.
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Cumulus / Re: Sandaysoft Website Down
« Last post by steepleian on Today at 04:51:28 AM »
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Earth Networks / Re: Backyard Weather Stations and Sending Data
« Last post by kevink619 on Today at 02:42:22 AM »
When will the Backyard Weather Stations data be displayed again?  It's been MONTHS since this has been available.  Why should we keep sending you our data if it's not being used?

All of WeatherBug's PWS-related pages return error messages. I guess it's a hint that they don't care for our data anymore.
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Does anyone know what's up with AnythingWeather in regards to accepting personal weather station data? They don't respond to emails or PWS submissions.

kevin
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I don't care where she gets it from, if Alexa can read my weather, all the better!
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CoCoRaHS / Re: Cocorahs: recommended changes
« Last post by LeeWx on Today at 02:08:54 AM »
The main reason for the manual official NWS gauge Cocorahs requires is it's accuracy. Electronic tipping bucket stations miss some during very heavy rain as tip can't keep up ,and also during very Lt Rain from evaporation.
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Personal Weather Station Links / Re: My Meteotemplate setup
« Last post by Bashy on Today at 01:55:47 AM »
Thanks Paul, mostly just out of the box with tiny hacks
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Lightning / Re: Improving Lightning Detection At My Home
« Last post by mallardnathan on Today at 01:42:00 AM »
Sounds like Blitzortung might be an answer. You can't rely on it for safety, etc, but you can use it's output for anything reasonable.
If you host for one of the commercial networks - USPLN for example - you cannot use the output of their system for anything other than private - non redistributed - use.

Sounds good. I'll fill out the Blitzortung form. I filled out the USPLN form in case they want me to host one. I'd be willing to host one for private, non commercial on my end, use if I can simply get live lightning data at my house. Then I could look at adding a Blitzortung for more public stuff.
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Lightning / Re: Improving Lightning Detection At My Home
« Last post by n2qew on Today at 01:30:27 AM »
Sounds like Blitzortung might be an answer. You can't rely on it for safety, etc, but you can use it's output for anything reasonable.
If you host for one of the commercial networks - USPLN for example - you cannot use the output of their system for anything other than private - non redistributed - use.
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