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Title: Where are the scripts?
Post by: saratogaWX on October 01, 2007, 05:00:47 PM
By request, this new forum has been created for discussions about building dynamic weather websites with PHP and/or AJAX/JavaScript functionality.

So.. where can you get free scripts?

Here's a list (and I'll try to keep this current -- post additional suggestions in this thread).

These folks have offered free PHP scripts:

Anole formerly of anolecomputer.com (now available here (https://saratoga-weather.org/scripts-legacy.php#anole)
    * WXGraphic : the quintessential weather banner/avatar script
    * NHCfeedparser : National Hurricane Center RSS feed display

Carterlake at http://www.carterlake.org/weatherphp.php

    * PHP custom tags - This simple script powers CarterLake.org!
    * PHP Weather Underground Radar Text
    * PHP NOAA Advisory
    * Radar Resize with Cache & Second Version - Resizes our radar image, includes caching and "Radar Down" text in image.

    * Simple Radar Resize - Simple code for resizing radar image on the fly.

    * TRACreportshort: takes Nexstorm's full TRACreport and shortens it to a more managable size for displaying.

    * TRAC Graphic - A web based add-on to Nexstorm's TRAC Report, the TRAC Graphic takes the location of storm cells in the report and maps them to a graphic for display on a website. This was a joint project by myself and Jozef in Belgium (joske-online.be). The script is featured on Astrogenic's website!

    * PHP client graphs - These are US versions of graphs by Jozef in Belgium (joske-online.be), derived from Kevin's work at TNET Weather. These graphs require the installation of JP Graph. The graphs require Weather Display and the clientraw feature.

    * Rotating wind arrow - This is a proof of concept idea from code developed by Ben Summers.

    * METAR Temps on Radar - Demo This takes data from a list of METARs and outputs a GRLevelx placefile of data..

Ken at https://saratoga-weather.org/

  PHP/AJAX website templates https://saratoga-weather.org/wxtemplates/

  Scripts for:
   Forecasts
        NWS Forecast with icons
        NWS Area Forecast Discussion
        Envt. Canada Forecast/Advisory (English/French)
        WXSIM Forecast with icons - multi-lingual
        WXSIM Forecast with icons RSS 2.0 feed multi-lingual
        Wunderground forecast with icons - multi-lingual
        UV Index forecast by lat/long
    Advisories
        NOAA ATOM/CAP Advisory (PHP5)
        NOAA ATOM/CAP Top Warning (PHP5)
        NOAA ATOM/CAP multifeed processor (PHP5)
        NHC RSS advisory
        SPC RSS mesoscale disc.
        METEOalarm warnings
        Envt.Canada Lighting Danger (English/French)
    Radar
        Weather Underground Radar/Maps (USA)
        GRLevel3 radar image PHP/Animation
        NEXRAD Station status (USA)
        Envt. Canada Radar (English/French)
    Mesomap
        NDBC Buoy data mesomap
        Global Network Map
        Regional Network Map
        METAR display
    Climate
        NOAA Climate report (NOAA.txt) display
        NWS CPC USA Extremes
    Geology
        Earthquakes (USA, Canada, UK, World)
    Image handlers
        Resize/Cache NexStorm, WASP2
        Resize/Cache NOAA IOD
        Wind Direction Icons
    PHP Website Utilities
        NWS/EC Weather Radio stream player
        Post Twitter WX conds/fcst w/OAuth
        PHP Weather-Display Tags
        PHP for CSS dropdown menus
        PHP for thermometer graphic (WD/VWS/Cumulus)
    References for programmers
    Got PHP? Test it!
    Legacy Scripts
        Anole
        Relayweather scripts
        Curly's scripts
        Scotts's scripts

Jerry Wilkins of SE Lincoln Weather Scripts at https://www.gwwilkins.org/gwwScripts.php

These scripts were written primarily for the Saratoga template, but many offer non-template usage.
Many make use of HAnIS for map animation.

  * 10 Day Jet Stream+ Forecast by UNISYS
  * CPC Long Term Outlook
  * CPC Outlook & Drought Monitor
  * CPC Short Term Outlook
  * Composite 4 Hr. US GOES Loop
  * Composite Big 12 Hr. US GOES Loop
  * GOES16 Satellite Loops
  * N Am 24 Hr. Surface Analysis
  * N Am 24 Hr. Surface Analysis Loops
  * NOAA/NWS US Advisory Maps
  * NOAA/NWS WFO Text Products
  * NWS 3 Day Precipitation Loops
  * NWS 3 Day Snow & Ice FC Map Loops
  * NWS SPC Severe Wx Probabilities
  * NWS US 3 Day Excess Rain Forecast
  * NWS Winter 3 Day Surface Lows
  * NWS Winter Snow & Ice Forecasts
  * Past 12 Hr. 24 Hr. US Temp. Change
  * SPC Main Page Emulator
  * SSEC Worldwide Basin Loops
  * UNL Drought Monitor Plus
  * US & Terr. Ridge Radars
  * US 1-3 D. & 3-7 D. Front Forecasts
  * US Radar by Region
  * WPC Significant River Flood Outlook

TNETweather (Kevin Reed) at http://www.tnetweather.com/notebooks.php

   * WD Clientraw Descriptions (now at https://saratoga-weather.org/wdparser.php )

   * WD NOAA Report PHP Parser

   * PHP Weather Calculation Functions

   * PHP Weather Fact Code

   * Parsing WD Clientraw files in PHP (now at https://saratoga-weather.org/wdparser.php )

   * Included File PHP website design (the Saratoga templates are based on this design)

   * Wind-rose graphics

   * WDS - WD Sparkline Graphics Utility

   * Clientraw-process.php Script (now at https://saratoga-weather.org/wdparser.php )

   * WD Avg/Extreme Extraction Script

   * WD Extraction Script Snippet - climatedatayearout.html

   * WD Extraction Script Snippet - climatedataout.html

Scott formerly of burnsvilleweatherlive.com offered the Weather-Display scripts:
(now available here (https://saratoga-weather.org/scripts-legacy.php#scott)

  *  Logfile Error Detect Utility
  * Alt-Dashboard 6.9x Script ( for Saratoga templates using Weather-Display)
  * MOBILE Dashboard 1.9x Script ( for Saratoga templates using Weather-Display)
  * High/Low/Averages Script

and several collections of icons.

Murry at http://weather.wildwoodnaturist.com/ offers scripts for Saratoga template use

For Cumulus, WeatherLink and VWS at http://weather.wildwoodnaturist.com/downloadsCVW.php :

* Daily Records
* Detail and Summary Files For Temperature, Rain, Wind, Wind Run, Degree Days
* JpGraphs of Rain, Wind, & Temperature data from the NOAA reports

For Weather-Display only at http://weather.wildwoodnaturist.com/downloads.php :

* Daily Records
* Detail and Summary Files For Temperature, Rain, Wind, Wind Run, Snowfall, Snow Depth, Barometric Pressure, Degree Days, Sunshine Hours, Max Solar, Solar kWh, UV, Dew Point, Wet Bulb, Soil Temperature, Evapotranspiration
* JpGraphs of Rain, Wind, & Temperature data from dailynoaareportxxx files
* Rain / Temperature Trends

Joe at  http://www.hamweather.com

    * The free HAMweather PHP scripts can be used to display everything from a simple forecast to a complete weather sites with current conditions, satellite, radar, seven day forecasts, hourly forecasts, hurricanes and more. Templates can be designed and/or modified as needed to fit a site's look and feel. Personal weather stations that contribute data to the weatherforyou.com/HAMweather Personal Weather Station Program can display their data as the current conditions for their area, display other personal weather station data for other locations, use RAWS data or display the regular METAR data. With HWimage you can offer weather images to be displayed on other web sites with forecasts and current conditions (even your own station's current conditions) that link back to your own web site. Add on modules can be subscribed to providing custom radar and satellite maps with site branding and videos.

Jim at Juneau County Weather, WI ( http://jcweather.us/scripts.php )

   * PHP - WeatherUnderground History display for your station
   * PHP for  Dynamic Updating WAP Page (XHTML MP files to be viewed on mobile phones)
   * AnimateGR3 is a php script that will create an animated .gif using a sequence of input files produced by GRLevel3 Radar software. It's used to make a small GRLevel3 thumbnail image product but is can easily be modified to handle other requirements.


Chris of http://www.sloweather.com/ has posted the Fire Danger Graphic (Chandler Burning Index) PHP script at

   * http://www.southwesternweather.net/scripts.php

Mike of Long Beach, WA ( formerly of 642weather.com ) offered scripts, but these are no longer supported or available:

    * PHP Multifunction Image Handler
    * PHP Webcam Text Overlay
    * PHP WeatherUnderground Webcam Uploader
    * PHP List Generator
    * Wind-rose Graphics (for ajax-dashboard/ajax-sidebar or AJAX scripts ajaxWDwx.js or ajaxVWSwxf.js)
    * Style Sheet generator/modifier for Carterlake/AJAX/PHP script template set
    * Theme Selector plugin for Carterlake/AJAX/PHP script template set

 Curly at Michiana Weather ( formerly weather.ricksturf.com)
  (now available here (https://saratoga-weather.org/scripts-legacy.php#curly) )
    * AJAX functions and template for WeatherLink driven weather websites

 Jim at Southern Maryland Weather Center, Lexington Park, Maryland ( http://www.somdweather.com/wxscripts.shtml )

  * UPPER AIR SOUNDING AND RAPID UPDATE CYCLE (RUC2) SCRIPTS
     This script retrieves and diplays the latest Upper Air Sounding report and RUC2 runs. This script can be configured for   
     various station IDs.

  * TROPICAL HIGH-DENSITY OBSERVATION REPORT
     This script displays the latest HIGH DENSITY OBSERVATION reports. These reports are derived from US Air Force
     reconnaissance flights into tropical storms and hurricanes.

  * TROPICAL VORTEX REPORT
     This script displays the latest VORTEX report from NOAA reconaisance flights into the center of tropical systems.

Shawn at http://www.castlerockweather.org/scripts.php

  * FTP Upload Status Scripts
  * Hamvid Presentation Script

More to be added....

Best regards,
Ken

Edit: added Hamweather scripts to the post.. thanks Joe!
Edit: added AnimateGR3 script to the post .. thanks Jim!
Edit: added FireDanger script to the post .. thanks Chris!
Edit: added DynamicWAP script to the post .. thanks Jim!
Edit: updated some entries, added Mike Challis' scripts
Edit: updated Juneau County Weather Scripts .. thanks Jim!
Edit: updated Mike Challis' scripts (he's been BUSY!),
       added Curly's AJAX for WeatherLink
       updated saratoga-weather.org entries
Edit: added Jim's Esperanza Weather Center Scripts
Edit: added Shawn's Castle Rock Weather Scripts
Edit: corrected Mike Challis' (642Weather) and Jim's (SoMDWeather) URLs
Edit: added Scott's scripts link.
Edit: added Murray's scripts link.
Edit: added links to legacy scripts area on Saratoga-weather.org for Anole's, Scott's and Curly's scripts.  Also updated the list for Saratoga-Weather.org scripts/templates.
Edit: Added Jerry's scripts links and adjusted some TNETweather links after Kevin Reed's untimely passing in January, 2018
Edit: Updated Jerry's script listing
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: SLOweather on October 01, 2007, 06:42:44 PM
Can we discuss the scripts here as well?
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: saratogaWX on October 01, 2007, 06:45:03 PM
Yes!

Use this forum to:
*  announce new scripts
*  request support for scripts (hopefully in the thread announcing the script)
* ask if anybody has a script to do <your need here>

Best regards,
Ken
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: weatherforyou on October 01, 2007, 08:25:18 PM
HAMweather PHP scripts - http://www.hamweather.com

The free scripts can be used to display everything from a simple forecast to a complete weather sites with current conditions, satellite, radar, seven day forecasts, hourly forecasts, hurricanes and more.  Templates can be designed and/or modified as needed to fit a site's look and feel.  Personal weather stations that contribute data to the weatherforyou.com/HAMweather Personal Weather Station Program can display their data as the current conditions for their area, display other personal weather station data for other locations, use RAWS data or display the regular METAR data.  With HWimage you can offer weather images to be displayed on other web sites with forecasts and current conditions (even your own station's current conditions) that link back to your own web site.  Add on modules can be subscribed to providing custom radar and satellite maps with site branding and videos.
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: saratogaWX on October 01, 2007, 08:35:59 PM
Excellent addition Joe!  Thanks for the link and writeup.  I've updated the first post with your data.

Best regards,
Ken
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: WeatherHost on October 02, 2007, 03:15:52 AM
Unless I'm blind, you missed the only script I use, aside from the USGS Earthquake script.

Under CarterLake:

NOAA Advisories (http://www.carterlake.org/testadvisory.php.txt)

Displays current advisories, watches, warnings, etc. for your local area configurable by FIPS codes and zones.
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: jmcmurry on October 02, 2007, 07:22:08 AM
Quote
I'm missing a link to Jim's GR3animation script and SLOweather's Fireweather (CBI) image script...


http://jcweather.us/animategr3.zip is a php script that will create an animated .gif using a sequence of input files.  I use it to make a small gr3 product but is can easily be modified to handle other requirements.

- Jim
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: saratogaWX on October 02, 2007, 10:32:40 AM
Thank you Jim!  I've added your link/description to the top post in the thread.

Best regards,
Ken
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: saratogaWX on January 21, 2008, 11:05:38 PM
A bump on this thread..

I've updated Kevin's list of goodies (he has been busy ), and added Mike's new scripts site also.

Best regards,
Ken
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: AZmonsooncats on January 21, 2008, 11:55:02 PM
Nice additional of links where scripts can be found. This will be helpful to all

Thanks for posting.

Jeanette
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: jwyman on February 03, 2008, 11:09:26 AM
Ken,
  I have a RUC2 and Latest Sounding Report PHP script for Severe Weather.

Go to www.espwxctr.com and go under Severe Weather/Convecvtive Report. You can view and download...


Jim
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: saratogaWX on February 20, 2008, 12:47:04 AM
Hi Jim, and thanks for the link.  I couldn't find a specific location on the page you'd cited with a download link -- would you mind creating/modifying a page to have the links to your scripts, and I'll add you to the first posting in the thread.

I did add Jim's (from Juneau County Weather) new scripts page to the list on the first posting.

It's really nice to see more folks creating great weather website scripts and sharing with their fellow weather enthusiasts!

Best regards,
Ken

p.s. please pardon the delay in doing the update Jim.. the cruise and now the flu have slowed my responses a bit.
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: jwyman on February 20, 2008, 07:03:07 AM
And you didn't call me about the cruise? Oh, real nice, real nice  :-P :-P :-P J/K

Hope you had a good time..... :)


Jim
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: saratogaWX on March 08, 2008, 08:19:39 PM
Bump!

Edit: updated Mike Challis' scripts (he's been BUSY!),
       added Curly's AJAX for WeatherLink
       updated saratoga-weather.org entries

Best regards,
Ken
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: jwyman on March 24, 2008, 05:36:34 PM
Ken,
  Here is a link to my new scripts page. I think this is what you were looking for. :)

http://espwxctr.com/wxscripts.shtml


Let me know if this is not good.....


Jim
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: WeatherBeacon on March 24, 2008, 05:42:13 PM

Ken,
  Here is a link to my new sciprts page. I think this is what you were lokking for. :)

http://espwxctr.com/wxscripts.shtml

Let me know if this is not good.....

Jim

Jim:

It's pretty early in the day to have that many typos. #-o ;)

K...
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: saratogaWX on March 24, 2008, 11:14:07 PM
'Sok.. probably a lack of caffeination for a sluggish keyboard :-)

Thanks Jim... I've added your scripts to the first post in this series.

Best regards,
Ken
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: jwyman on May 23, 2008, 10:25:02 PM
All,
  Upper Air Sounding and RUC2 script has been updated as of 5/23/08...

Check out www.espwxctr.com/wxscripts.shtml  for latest.

Jim
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: jwyman on August 17, 2008, 08:29:04 PM
All,
  I have updated the Upper AIr Sounding report script to include inputs for the Upper Air Station and RUC2 Station....

www.espwxctr.com/wxscripts.shtml

Jim
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: wxcrw on September 03, 2008, 11:37:21 PM
Hey all! You all are great, and have done a wonderful job of inspiring me to share back some of the unique scripts I've written. So yesterday,  I started my own scripts page at www.castlerockweather.org/scripts.php (http://www.castlerockweather.org/scripts.php). These are original scripts that I wrote to make my own site more manageable.

At this point I've only had a chance to cleanup/release 2 small pieces of PHP code, but I have a bunch more to yet release. Let me know what your think. Please feel free to use these scripts on your websites.

If you make modification or see errors, please contact me via email or PM. I'll be sure to rev the code and make available to all.

Thanks,
Shawn
Castle Rock Weather.org
www.castlerockweather.org (http://www.castlerockweather.org)
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: saratogaWX on September 03, 2008, 11:41:58 PM
Very nice Shawn!

I've added your site to the post at the top of the thread.

Looking forward to seeing your scripts and thanks for sharing!!

Best regards,
Ken
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: Axelvold on January 29, 2009, 05:17:59 AM
Here is link to a addon script to use with VWS and VWsql

http://sourceforge.net/projects/vwsphp (http://sourceforge.net/projects/vwsphp)
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: SoMDWx on June 22, 2009, 01:30:31 PM
UPDATE!

Just updated my convreport.php script to include a new color-coded RUC run script

You can go to http://espwxctr.com/wxscripts.shtml to grab/view them.

You can alos just grab the ruc_run.php script wich is the color-coded portion.

Enjoy!

Jim
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: BurnsvilleWeather on November 21, 2010, 09:24:42 AM
I have a couple scripts available for alternative Dashboards.  You can see them in action at my site here:

www.burnsvilleweatherlive.com (http://www.burnsvilleweatherlive.com)

The scripts are available to download here:

www.burnsvilleweatherlive.com/wxScripts.php (http://www.burnsvilleweatherlive.com/wxScripts.php)
Formally Webster Weather Live Scripts - We moved!

Scott
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: SoMDWx on December 11, 2010, 05:09:43 PM
UPDATE:

My scripts are located at http://somdweather.com/wxscripts.shtml

Jim
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: W3DRM on January 26, 2011, 12:16:20 AM
Ken,

I was looking through your list of scripts and found the following link to be inactive. Clicking on the link shows the domain to be for sale...


Mike of Long Beach, WA (http://www.carmosaic.com/weather/scripts.php (http://www.carmosaic.com/weather/scripts.php)) has a new Scripts section with:

    * PHP Multifunction Image Handler
    * PHP Webcam Text Overlay
    * PHP WeatherUnderground Webcam Uploader
    * PHP List Generator
    * Wind-rose Graphics (for ajax-dashboard/ajax-sidebar or AJAX scripts ajaxWDwx.js or ajaxVWSwxf.js)
    * Style Sheet generator/modifier for Carterlake/AJAX/PHP script template set
    * Theme Selector plugin for Carterlake/AJAX/PHP script template set


Found another one:

 Jim at Esperanza Weather Center ,Lexington Park, Maryland (http://espwxctr.com/wxscripts.shtml (http://espwxctr.com/wxscripts.shtml))

  * UPPER AIR SOUNDING AND RAPID UPDATE CYCLE (RUC2) SCRIPTS
     This script retrieves and diplays the latest Upper Air Sounding report and RUC2 runs. This script can be configured for   
     various station IDs.

  * TROPICAL HIGH-DENSITY OBSERVATION REPORT
     This script displays the latest HIGH DENSITY OBSERVATION reports. These reports are derived from US Air Force
     reconnaissance flights into tropical storms and hurricanes.

  * TROPICAL VORTEX REPORT
     This script displays the latest VORTEX report from NOAA reconaisance flights into the center of tropical systems.
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: saratogaWX on January 26, 2011, 01:51:11 AM
Got 'em both corrected with new URLS

Mike at http://www.642weather.com/weather/scripts.php

Jim  at http://www.somdweather.com/wxscripts.shtml

Thanks for the heads-up, Don!

Best regards,
Ken
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: Tornado Tim on April 29, 2011, 09:38:55 PM
Hey Ken you can add my script for L2k display :)

It can work without the templates or with the templates.

It displays Lightning 2000's Data and Lightning Maps and  Graphs it.
Lists the current storms, severity, CG % and IC% and other data.

Lightning Data is AJAX driven so it automatically updates as well as the Lightning Map(s).

URL: http://wx-matangi.dyndns.org/Weather/wxl2kdisplay.php

Live Example: http://wx-matangi.dyndns.org/weather/wxl2k.php
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: gmu on February 24, 2013, 03:59:03 PM
has anyone tried Bindows gauges to report weather data?  here's an example that reads clientraw.txt.

Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: Murry Conarroe on February 24, 2013, 04:41:46 PM
Scripts for additional addon pages for Ken's template set are available at:
http://weather.wildwoodnaturist.com/downloads.php for Weather Display users and
http://weather.wildwoodnaturist.com/downloadsCVW.php for Cumulus, VWS, and Weatherlink users.

The scripts will produce reports showing Daily Records and Detail/Summary Reports based on the NOAA reports the user has uploaded to their website.
JPGraphs can also be created for the temperature, rain, and wind data in the NOAA reports.
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: Piero on March 06, 2013, 05:19:24 PM
I tried the script by Ken "Recent nearby earthquakes (from USGS, NRC, BGS) PHP", really nice, well built and useful.
However, the database from which it takes the data does not have much information about earthquakes Italian, so I can not use it.
The Italian site more informed about earthquakes is this: http://iside.rm.ingv.it/iside/standard/index.jsp?lang=en.
The webmaster says their database is public, and citing the source, you can extract the data.
It would be possible to adapt the script of Ken to make him take the data from this site?
Thanks and best regards to all

Piero
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: PaulMy on March 18, 2013, 01:11:43 PM
I am trying to use the Murry Conarroe 'NOAA Reports' scripts but am at a blank.  I have edited the wxnoaarecords.php and wxreport-settings.php, and uploaded all files to the root.  I was not able to find which file to run so added some in  'NOAA Reports' but get only a blank www.komokaweather.ca (http://www.komokaweather.ca)  I have obviously missed a key part.  But what?

Paul
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: Murry Conarroe on March 18, 2013, 02:23:41 PM
There are threads specific to the Daily Records script at http://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=14081.msg137471#msg137471
and the Detail/Summary scripts at http://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=14077.msg137449#msg137449

I am more likely to see postings about those scripts there.

Try changing the path to the NOAA reports in the settings section of the wxnoaarecords.php
from
Code: [Select]
$path_dailynoaa = "./weather/reports/";             # path to NOAA reports
to

Code: [Select]
$path_dailynoaa = "weather/reports/";             # path to NOAA reports
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: PaulMy on March 18, 2013, 04:06:00 PM
Thanks Murry for getting back.  I now have changed to "weather/...." and also tried as ".weather/...." and "/weather/...." but no success.  Just to make sure I have understood correctly, that path would be for the NOAA files that are in my the Cumulus www.komokaweather.com/weather/reports/ folder in NOAAMO1212.txt and NOAAYR2012.txt format?

The wxnoaaclimatereports.php are in www.komokaweather.com root

I had edited wxnoaarecords-include.php line 13 from $wxsoftware = 'WD' to 'CU' but that did not make a difference.

Any other suggestions?

Thanks for your help,
Paul

EDIT
p.s. I will use the mentioned specific threads in future (should have done that for this reply - sorry)
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: Murry Conarroe on March 18, 2013, 06:03:26 PM
Thanks Murry for getting back.  I now have changed to "weather/...." and also tried as ".weather/...." and "/weather/...." but no success.  Just to make sure I have understood correctly, that path would be for the NOAA files that are in my the Cumulus www.komokaweather.com/weather/reports/ folder in NOAAMO1212.txt and NOAAYR2012.txt format?

The wxnoaaclimatereports.php are in www.komokaweather.com root

I had edited wxnoaarecords-include.php line 13 from $wxsoftware = 'WD' to 'CU' but that did not make a difference.

Any other suggestions?

Thanks for your help,
Paul

EDIT
p.s. I will use the mentioned specific threads in future (should have done that for this reply - sorry)

Paul,
I have sent you a PM.
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: wvdkuil on April 28, 2013, 08:21:08 AM
An alternative 3in1 script.

An alternative WXSIM script is available for stand-alone use, for use in an iframe, or for use with the Saratoga template. This script was developed for the Leuven template set. The past three months it has been tested on a dozen websites in Europe and now available for download.

Demo:
Compact version: http://www.weerstation-leuven.be/wsWxsimSA/startSmall.php?lang=en (http://www.weerstation-leuven.be/wsWxsimSA/startSmall.php?lang=en)
Extended version: http://www.weerstation-leuven.be/wsWxsimSA/startDemo.php?lang=en (http://www.weerstation-leuven.be/wsWxsimSA/startDemo.php?lang=en)
Saratoga template: http://wiri.be/saratoga/wxleuven.php?p=forecastp (http://wiri.be/saratoga/wxleuven.php?p=forecast)
Leuven template: http://www.weerstation-wilsele.be/index.php?p=wsWxsimPrintFull&lang=nl (http://www.weerstation-wilsele.be/index.php?p=wsWxsimPrintFull&lang=nl)

EDIT: removed outdated link http://www.weerstation-wilsele.be/index.php?p=12&lang=en (http://www.weerstation-wilsele.be/index.php?p=12&lang=en)

The above links use exactly the same scripts. One can set the different output parts, language, units of measurement and so on by a settings file.

To see the demo in a different language you can add the parameter ?lang=nl fr de or en to the link
Language support files are included in the download for: english dutch french and german.
The language files have the same structure as the Saratoga ones, so more languages can be easily added.

Download site: http://www.weerstation-leuven.be/ (http://www.weerstation-leuven.be/)

Wim van der Kuil
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: dnavarrojr on November 03, 2013, 05:43:44 PM
PHP script to generate a U.S. national temperature map:

http://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=20638.0
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: imetcan on January 29, 2015, 05:55:36 AM
An alternative 3in1 script.

An alternative WXSIM script is available for stand-alone use, for use in an iframe, or for use with the Saratoga template. This script was developed for the Leuven template set. The past three months it has been tested on a dozen websites in Europe and now available for download.

Wim van der Kuil

Hi Wim

I write with the purpose to recognize you the great great great work you did with this script.  =D&gt; I have just installed your script and I must recognize that works very nice. My next step is to translate the language into Spanish, but this is not gonna be a problem ... I think  \:D/

best regards
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: tpweather on February 10, 2015, 01:55:22 PM
Does anyone know why we can't download the Trac Report script from Carter Lake?
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: jmcmurry on February 11, 2015, 05:17:08 AM
Like many of us, he had to change servers when e-rice went down.  I suspect that script may have not made the move?

- Jim
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: tpweather on February 11, 2015, 05:20:06 AM
Ah, thanks Jim.
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: tpweather on March 29, 2015, 03:14:41 AM
Anybody have a copy they could send me please?
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: saratogaWX on March 29, 2015, 11:12:47 AM
Here's what I think you wanted (from 2006)
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<?php

// The TRACreportshort takes Nexstorm's full TRACreport and shortens it to a more
// managable size for displaying.
//
// It chops up the vital storm cell info, places it in arrays, and redisplays it as we wish
//

// Set some default values

$measure "mi"// km, nm, or mi depending on your Nexstorm measurements
$tracwarnmeasure 50// number of measure to trigger a storm cell warning

// Load the TRACreport and remove carriage returns, change the word 'no change' to 'steady'
$trac implode(''file('TRACReport.txt'));
$tracnopara preg_replace'|\n|''='$trac );
$tracnopara preg_replace'|No change|''Steady'$tracnopara );

// Intialize values
$tracreport "";
$tnumber 0;
$alertflag 0;
$tracwarning "";

// If there aren't any thunderstorms, then say it

if (preg_match("/No thunderstorms detected/i"$trac)) {
$tracreport "No thunderstorms detected"; }
else {

// If there are thunderstorms, process them, putting them into various arrays

// $tnumber[x] is for number of thunderstorms

preg_match("/Tracking (.*) thunderstorms/Uis"$tracnopara$tnumber);

// $tid[x] is the ID number of the storm

preg_match_all("/Thunderstorm ID (.*) detected/Uis"$tracnopara$temp);
$tid $temp[1];

// $tdtime[x] is the time detected

preg_match_all("/detected (.*)=/Uis"$tracnopara$temp);
$tdtime $temp[1]; 

// $tdirection[x] is the direction of the storm

preg_match_all("/Storm location bearing (.*) dgr/Uis"$tracnopara$temp);
$tdirection $temp[1]; 

// $tdistance[x] is the distance in $measure amounts

preg_match_all("/distance (.*) $measure/Uis"$tracnopara$temp);
$tdistance $temp[1];

//$tintensity[x] is the intensity of the storm

preg_match_all("/Intensity class (.*)=/Uis"$tracnopara$temp);
$tintensity $temp[1];

//$ttrend[x] is the trend of the storm

preg_match_all("/Intensity trend (.*)=/Uis"$tracnopara$temp);
$ttrend $temp[1];

// Set working for the header based on number of thunderstorms

if ($tnumber[1] == 1) {
$tracreport "Tracking " $tnumber[1] . " storm cell<br/>";
} elseif ($tnumber[1] > 1) {
$tracreport "Tracking " $tnumber[1] . " storm cells<br/>";
} else {

// Sometimes the TRACreport is empty so we need to say that

$tracreport "No data currently available<br/>";
}

// Process the arrays

for($k=0;$k<$tnumber[1];$k++) {

// Sets the alert flag to 1 meaning that there is a storm within a given distance
// This can be used to display an alert to visitors

if ($tdistance[$k] <= $tracwarnmeasure) { $alertflag 1;}

// This builds each line of text for each thunderstorm

$tracreport $tracreport "Cell ID " $tid[$k] . " detected at " $tdtime[$k] . " from " $tdirection[$k] . "&deg; at a distance of " $tdistance[$k] . " miles. Storm is " strtolower($tintensity[$k]) . " and " .  trim(strtolower($ttrend[$k])) . ".<br/>";

      
}

$tracreport $tracreport '<br/>';

     
}

if (
$alertflag == 1) {

// You can change the HTML in this warning to anything you want.
// I display it on my main webpage with a link to the lightning page

$tracwarning '<br />LIGHTNING ALERT</b> ... We have detected a nearby storm cell ... <br />';

}

echo 
$tracreport;

echo 
$tracwarning;

?>
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: tpweather on March 31, 2015, 05:17:00 AM
More the trac graphic. I can't get my original to work
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: garlandclan on November 15, 2015, 06:59:52 PM
No sure what I'm missing, but I can't seem to find the wxfishing, or wxhiloavg scripts.  I assume they're in a package I don't yet have, but can't find them with 'the google' searches....

Thanks! 
Sean Garland
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: AWL on November 15, 2015, 07:11:57 PM
No sure what I'm missing, but I can't seem to find the wxfishing, or wxhiloavg scripts.  I assume they're in a package I don't yet have, but can't find them with 'the google' searches....

Thanks! 
Sean Garland

wxhiloavg here: Weather Scripts and Graphics by Burnsville Weather (http://www.burnsvilleweatherlive.com/wxScripts.php)

-Doug
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: MeteoGerena on November 20, 2015, 08:03:43 AM
Where I can disburden the script wxastro5.php since one sees in this link http: // www.meteocarmignano.it/wxastro5.php
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: virusdunil on December 18, 2015, 07:37:30 PM
Hi...Can someone point me to where to dload the MOON icons set please...the ones with these names...
ajax-images/moon/w/NH-moon07.gif

Thanks ;)
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: sacreyweather on December 18, 2015, 07:52:52 PM
Hi,

Attached are the moon icons you are looking for.

John
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: virusdunil on December 18, 2015, 07:54:56 PM
That was fast...thanks  :lol:
Title: Re: Where are the scripts?
Post by: jalmz on September 21, 2016, 02:19:45 AM
Thanks for the wunderground script..

1. Where I can find the sunset sunrise php script?
2. and the Moon Phase