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What Weather Station Should I Buy? / X-320M Stopped Reporting
« Last post by k7az on Yesterday at 10:57:30 PM »
I have been running an X-320M from Control By Web for years and reporting to CWOP.   
Last week it just stopped reporting.  I made no network changes but still able to view the GUI page.  Saturday, I power cycled it but still no joy.
Has anyone else run into this issue?    The CWOP help desk does not respond to requests.

Thank you,
Chris K7AZ
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Weather Website PHP/AJAX scripting / Re: WU maps not updating again
« Last post by chief-david on Yesterday at 10:53:39 PM »
Great.T hanks
Will play around tomorrow night.
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WiFiLogger/Meteo-Pi / Re: Where can I find the 'AP Station'?
« Last post by davidmc36 on Yesterday at 09:23:05 PM »
If you tap Advanced Options button, once you see Connected, you will see where you may choose to enable AP mode. Here you will also see the IP of your WiFi network that the Logger is connected at.

Go to System and tap Restart,  or click the white button once on the Logger and it should be visible at that IP from a browser on a device connected to the same WiFi.

Give it a moment or two to show connected on your screenshot page. I find it takes a few seconds after refreshing.
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Weather Website PHP/AJAX scripting / Re: WU maps not updating again
« Last post by gwwilk on Yesterday at 07:01:03 PM »
where is that goes 18 package? Time to update
You can find this package on my scripts page.  It does take some savvy to get it installed, but you should be just fine!
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Weather Folklore / Re: Month-Specific Weather Folklore Sayings
« Last post by CW2274 on Yesterday at 05:22:21 PM »
As far as season indicators, this time of year after a hot dry summer I begin to see the big grasshoppers, not the katydids, but with the black wings when they fly.  And a smaller one that made a snapping sound as it flies were automatic indicators that fall and school were not far away.
This is exactly what we associated Cicadas with in late summer in northern Ohio. Their "tymbal" causes the buzzing noise that is so prevalent that time of year. Always bummed me out knowing summer vacation was all but gone.  :-({|=
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CWOP Forum / Re: Copy from Wunderground to CWOP?
« Last post by davidefa on Yesterday at 05:06:26 PM »
You can also search for a script that reads the data from wu and send to cwop ( like this for example: https://github.com/ToltingColtAcres/wu2cwop )
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Lightning / Re: Microsferics TOA network 2022
« Last post by DaleReid on Yesterday at 04:55:28 PM »
MaPantz:
I can only echo the words from JupiterJoe,
I have not had as much activity as I'd like, and the solution is more stations, especially in the Midwest in the USA.  I'm not sure how to get the word out, but hopefully weather enthusiasts will get on board.  The setup is really pretty easy!

When the Blitzortung project was getting underway there were very few stations here in the USA. One poor chap out in Hawai'i had a very low participation count, as you can imagine.   Even though there have been growing pains, and the hardware needs to be assembled (including some fine but easily enough done with patience soldering of a few components) the number of stations in that network has grown a lot, and now is over 300, I think, at last look.  The coverage for the USA is pretty good, but even so there will be a strike near me and I'll look at the map and nothing.  I know many strikes are just not sensed, submitted and then the central computers can do their things.  Also I think there are differences in cloud to ground vs. cloud to cloud and some are not possible to detect, or are ignored by design.

Like the old saying goes, a society (weather project) grows great when old men plant a tree (put up a station) which they  know they will never sit in the shade of (see the end result show lots of strikes.)

Even though I'm pretty old, I hope to feed data to both networks and make the hobby as a group or team effort have great participants.

My encouragement can only go so far, but there really is minimal work once you get the box installed, hooked up to the internet (I put mine on an uninterruptable power supply and have had no problems) and the one sense antenna mounted.

Go for it, and maybe not in a few months, but over some time this will blossom!   Dale
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WiFiLogger/Meteo-Pi / Re: Where can I find the 'AP Station'?
« Last post by BigAlT on Yesterday at 03:12:46 PM »
That’s referring to the Connect to Router with these Settings Box on the page you’ve shown in your screen shot. Make sure your router WiFi ID and password are entered correctly. Then hit the save button. The WiFi logger should then show your WiFi network in the box below. It should also show connected as well. If not, go to the system menu under Setup and click on the button that says Restart. To find out what ip your router has assigned to the WiFi Logger go to the Network menu under Setup.
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WiFiLogger/Meteo-Pi / Re: Extract real-time data from WiFi logger 2
« Last post by FLsunshine on Yesterday at 02:24:32 PM »
Like Mohammad, I also have a household Raspberry Pi that I intend on using with the WiFiLogger2 which I have not ordered yet.  From the available PDF Manual I see that FTP with CSV is available.  Will I be able to make a FTP connection to the WiFiLogger2 IP address and initiate a FTP (GET Command) download that will contain the most recent data that has been streamed to the Console?  If yes what would the File Path be for this GET command?
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