Thanks to this thread (and a cold that is keeping me at home) I finally motivated and decided to stream the weather radio of my area to Weather Underground.
I must say that I have successfully done this project. I am of now streaming the audio of the local NOAA Weather Radio thru weather underground servers. This will probably be a part time stream for the moment, since I am using my Ham Radio Transceiver extended receive capacity to hear the NOAA Weather Station. Now comes the part of finding either a donated scanner or a very affordable weather radio with audio out jack to do a more permanent stream.
I must say that this thread was very helpful, besides the motivation part. I had trouble making the stream work with Edcast. All configuration was fine. Radio was receiving the signal. Cable connection between the PC and the radio was fine (I could hear the radio in the PC speakers if I set the computer to sound in speakers any sound that came in the Line-In). Edcast appeared to be transmitting and Weather Underground would mark the station as Active. But the player will play no sound for my station (other stations sounded fine).
But thanks to this thread, I found the reference to ScannerCast. I tried scannercast and it worked very well. I do have an error every time I start the stream, but it seems not to affect the stream. It is an "object reference not set to an instance of an object" warning error, but hitting OK, the program continues and stream fine.
Maybe later I will work again with edcast to see if I can find why the stream was not sounding. Also maybe later I will try to add a second USB sound card just for the streaming, since I already have a usb soundcard for the NOAA APT images (hmmm could I put 2 equal usb sound cards and both work in windows?, I know different chip sound cards do work)
Thanks again for this thread...