As of this morning, the engineers are beta-testing WeatherElement Station Networks.
We've had the Stations Map for a while.http://www.weatherelement.com/UnitMap
Now that we're starting sales outside California, it takes a lot of panning and zooming to focus in on a smaller area. So, we developed Networks.
Any WeatherElement station can be a member of any number of WeatherElement networks
For instance, there's the SLOCity (San Luis Obispo City) Network:http://www.weatherelement.com/Network/SLOCity
All of its members are also part of the SLOCounty network:http://www.weatherelement.com/Network/SLOCounty
And each station's home page shows which networks it belongs to:http://www.weatherelement.com/teddybearoaks
and scroll to the bottom.
So, the Decker Ranch complex of stations can have its own network, which shows the stations on an appropriately sized map:http://www.weatherelement.com/Network/DeckerRanch
The Decker ranch sites aren't on-line yet, hence no data. I might get them lit up Friday.
The pages still need a little work to make them more attractive, but the networks work!