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Don't know if they have what you want, but look into RM Young. They're pretty much the industry standard, but be ready to break out the wallet.
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Personal Weather Station Links / Re: Updated cheddleton weather station uk
« Last post by Bashy on Today at 02:03:50 AM »
Looking good Mick :)
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Brian,

Just installed the latest 3.4 WF and I noticed a couple of small issues. The 12 hour version clock has reverted to reverted to 24 hour for the update timestamp. I did use the custom Civil php files - currentconditionswu.php, hour.php and solarhour.php. Also I noticed that the Heat Index reading seems to be stuck at 32 F.

You can take a look here http://myrtlebeachweather.org/pws/index.php

Take care.

Chuck

hello

sorry forgot about that folder again :-( have updated it this morning May 1st..
https://weather34.com/homeweatherstation/


Languages Updated/Fixes (1 May 2017)
  - Greek Language updated .
  - Fixed min barometer not showing non metric inHg.


Languages Updated/Fixes (30 APRIL 2017)
  - French/Polish languages updated .
  - added dry / very dry languages to all languages / temperature.php.
  - added max - min barometer barometer.php / livedata.php.
  - fixed 'Estimated' in languages in moon info page moon.php.
  - all languages added extra new features for translation.

New Feature/Languages Updated/File Updates (30 APRIL 2017)
  - temperature module now shows wet bulb temperature based on a thread at the cumulus forum, and dry or very dry conditions when humidity drops below 55%. files updated : temperature.php , livedata.php , all css files, languages updated just replace current language folder.

Weather Flow hardware full API support added(30 APRIL 2017)
  - Weather Flow option hardware now has full API support .
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Hi Ken, what was the reason it stopped in the 1st place?
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#4 is now tits up...showing due north and 1.3 miles an hour when it's steady SE 15-20.  I am apparently going to have to spend the money on something made to actually be out in real weather.  I need real time wind direction/speed and would prefer it be easily uploadable to the internet, not necessarily wunderground.  Any suggestions? I am willing to spend the extra cash as long as it's a tool and not a hobby as far as keeping it running.   I am getting tired of climbing up there.
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Weather Photography / Re: Now THIS.... is a PHOTOBOMB....
« Last post by PaulMy on Yesterday at 11:40:44 PM »
Wow, great capture, and he came back for a second display!!


Paul
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Weather Photography / Now THIS.... is a PHOTOBOMB....
« Last post by GregJ on Yesterday at 11:30:32 PM »
Photogenic little guy....  :lol:



And then he came back for another photo op....    #-o



Thought I'd share,
Greg


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Featured weather website / Restart the Featured Weather Website process?
« Last post by saratogaWX on Yesterday at 11:30:19 PM »
So, the poll explains the options.. please make your choice

Best regards,
Ken
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Weather Website PHP/AJAX scripting / Re: NWS forecast changes - April 24
« Last post by saratogaWX on Yesterday at 11:25:10 PM »
The switchover is needed when they do the cutover on forecast.weather.gov, then the old V4.02 script will stop working, and only the V5.nn script will work.  They've set June 19th, 2017 as the next cutover date.  DaculaWeather posted that message from the NWS here.

Outstanding issues with using the advforecast2.php V5.nn are still:
1) no Outlook type and only some Statement type alerts appear in the api.weather.gov JSON feed
2) still some issues with Watch/Warning/Advisory alerts too.. sometimes duplicates, sometimes just missing.
3) may continue to be foibles with the text forecast (like rain amounts when snow is forecast) with the JSON point-forecast from api.weather.gov. 
I'm hoping that all those get worked out in the remaining time until the June 19, 2017 date...
I'm going to leave advforecast2.php V5.01 on my site (and in the template distribution) for now.  The updated DualImage.php (and icons) are compatible with both V4.x and V5.x of the advforecast2.php scripts.

Do make sure your URLs all have lat=...&lon=... values in them to be usable with both old and new scripts, otherwise it will fail with the new (which only uses the lat/lon values as they are deprecating the MapClick.php script for the new forecast.weather.gov site)
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Sounds good, I'll do it first thing in the morning.
Thanks,
Tom
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