But you can use the tags in Weatherlink to create your own delimited file either for upload to a host for further processing, or to use on your local PC.
Just create a "blank" template with all the tags listed that you're interested in, separated by your choice of delimiter... then set it up in the schedule for processing...
It seems like Weathlink can give you the data you need, but somehow it doesn't fit into your current workflow or web page creation process?
For example, take a look at any weather site posted using WeatherLink templates.
For instance, http://www.thecoys.net/weather/Current_Vantage_Pro_Plus.htm
*ALL* of the data in the left column is from tags, and if you scroll down you'll see, for example, the value and time of the high wind speed. My particular setup downloads data every 5 minutes (browse file entries every 5 minutes, starting at :00) - and uploads to the web site every 10 minutes (starting at :03). Note that what you see for times in the left column doesn't usually match either of those intervals.
You don't have to get this as an HTML web page, either - as stated above, you can get it as a plain text file however you want it.
Now - if Davis doesn't provide the tag that you need, and some other software is able to do it, then that's another matter. SOME things are present in the console (or can be calculated), but are not (yet) supported in WeatherLink.
My "pet peeve" is CURRENT THSW Index. That isn't available, although daily and yearly high THSW tags are available.