The weewx weather system is written in Python and runs on Linux. It generates plots, HTML pages, and monthly and yearly summary reports, which can be uploaded to a web server.
Supported online services:
* The Weather Underground
* Davis Vantage series
* Oregon Scientific WMR100, WMR200, and WMR9x8 series
* Fine Offset WH10xx, WH20xx, and WH30xx series.
See the User's Guide under "Documentation" for more information on supported hardware.
- Robust and hard-to-crash
- Designed with the enthusiast in mind
- Internationalized language support
- Support for US and metric units
- Support for multiple skins
- Optional uploads to Weather Underground, CWOP and PWS
- Uploads to your website via FTP
- Extensive almanac information
- Simple, robust, easy to understand internal design that is easily extended
- Runs well on the Raspberry Pi
- Davis Vantage series
- Oregon Scientific WMR100
- Oregon Scientific WMR200
- Oregon Scientific WMR968
- Fine Offset weather stations
- LaCross 28xx stations (experimental)
- Other hardware also supported. See the User's Guide.
Best Weather station web interface found.
I was looking for a weather program that I could run as a service on my MAC, after much frustrated looking someone suggest I look here. So glad I did, excellent support and incredibly flexible solution that exactly meets my needs. As an added bonus it has a simulator mode that lets me try out changes before committing them to my site.
Followed the simple instructions to install on my Raspberri Pi and it was talking to my Davis Vantage Pro2 right away. Now data is uploading to Weather Underground. Very happy with the results.
Tried other weather software and although it was missing the driver for my Oregon Scientific, once I wrote the driver it has been working flawlessly. I also upload to Wunderground.
Nice work ! Great project.