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Weather34 WeeWX

Weather Station website skin with Live Data for WeeWX versions 3.9.2 or later.

Version WX-UB40-IHVN-008.

Packaged for installation using wee_extension ulility

This repository contains the latest WeeWX version of Brian Underdown's Weather34 website template set. Brian's main website is https://weather34.com/homeweatherstation/index.html In January, 2019, Brian asked others to distribute/maintain his code.

This version requires WeeWX version 3.9.2 or later software. WeeWX is available at http://weewx.com

This version is designed explicitly to harness the powerful WeeWX database to generate the weather data charts and statistical data. It is built on the current MB-UB40-IHVN which is now maintained by Lightmaster (Meteobridge-Weather34-Template). A key metric for this project is to maintain design, functional and performance parity with the MB-UB40 parent. Although not an absolute guarantee, the aim is to update Weather34 WeeWX within 24 hours of the parent being updated.

This version is assembled as an install package and uses the WeeWX utility wee_extension to install. This greatly simplifies the installation process from that of previous versions. Depending on your own WeeWX setup, minor edits may be required to be made to weewx.conf and Weather34 skin.conf files. Please see the Weather34 skin Installation Guide for detailed instructions.

What's New in this Version WX-UB40-IHVN-007

Now follows a more standardised install process using WeeWX utility wee_extension. Uses cached loop packet data to augment incomplete loop data which prevents the display of null contents in sensor modules (07). Extra menu links added to settings (08).

Important. The Weather34 skin no longer supports the use of Weather Underground data to generate weather charts. All chart data is obtained directly from your existing integrated WeeWX database.

Demo

A live example of Weather34 WeeWX skin can be seen at https://claydonsweather.org.uk

Weather34 Historic Timeline of design 2014-2019

https://weather34.com/homeweatherstation/weather34timeline/weather34timeline.html

Template Screenshot

Setup

Follow the instructions in the 'installation guide' (INSTALLATION_GUIDE.md) to install the template. Browse to http://your/path/to/weewx/weather34/easywxsetup.php There is no initial password when the page prompts the first time -- just press LOGIN to enter the page. IMPORTANT set a password in the screen for future use -- your browser can remember it. This will make future updates reasonably secure so only you can do the updates to the configuration. Make setting entries in the easyweathersetup.php page and SAVE. The next time you run it, use the password you set in the step above. Repeat running easywxsetup.php until the main screen appears as you like it.

Diagnostics

A new utility diags.php was added to the distribution. It is useful for checking the installation of the WX-HWS template and showing (safely) the current settings.php/settings1.php file contents for debugging. Note: the entries for $password, $db_user, $db_pass are replaced with '********' to avoid unwanted disclosure of private information.

run diags.php?show=info on your website to show the key info about the WX-HWS installation and required PHP function status
run diags.php?show=settings on your website to safely show the current settings.php and settings1.php contents

License

Copyright (c) 2016-2019 by Brian Underdown (https://weather34.com)

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the “Template”), to deal in the Template without restriction, including without limitation the rights to, can use, can not copy without prior permission, can modify for personal use, can use and publish for personal use ,can not distribute without prior permission, can not sublicense without prior permission, and can not sell copies of the Template, and subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Template.

THE TEMPLATE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NON INFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE TEMPLATE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE TEMPLATE.

Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International based on a work at https://weather34.com/homeweatherstation Non-weeWX versions Available

An Excerpt from Meteobridge-Weather34-Template MB-UB40-RRW README.md

Github repository for the Meteobridge version of the original weather34 template Weather Template for Meteobridge users only

This work is not permitted to be used in any other versions without prior permission unless listed below

Permission is granted for use in Cumulus version maintained by Ken True

Permission is granted for use in Weewx version maintained by Ian Millard

*This work means CSS/SVG/PHP .

Meteobridge Version available via download maintained by Lightmaster (https://github.com/lightmaster/Meteobridge-Weather34-Template)

Cumulus Version available via download and more info supported by Ken True ( https://github.com/ktrue/CU-HWS ). This version now also supports WeeWX and WeatherCat

Apart from Brian Underdown without him, this template would never exist, I would aslo like to acknowledge the following people: -

Ken True for sharing files and who makes my job of maintaining the weeWX version so much easier.

Thomas Sosio for his invaluable contribution in producing the Meteobridge lookup code to translate WeeWX database output.

David Marshall for contributing technical knowledge and solutions to create the wxchart .tmpl files and alternative solutions for weather alerts.

Lightmaster who now maintains the parent Meteobridge-Weather34-Template.

Taylormia for contributing his excellent setup example for instances where weeWX and server/template are remote to each other.

Gary Portellas for a helpful suggestion to further simplify the installation process.

Jake aka Jerry, work on JS conversion script for error free more efficient unit conversion for CanvasJS charts.

All those unamed people who have helped me with testing updates

Alternative versions

Meteobridge

you can find the Meteobridge version maintained by Lightmaster (William) at https://github.com/weather34/Meteobridge-Weather34-Template34/

Cumulus

you can find the Cumulus version maintained by Ken True (Saratoga) at https://github.com/ktrue/CU-HWS

Weewx

you can find a Weewx version maintained by Ian Millard is also avaialble via https://github.com/steepleian/WX-HWS

Weatherflow

you can find a Weatherflow version not maintained but fully tested as of May 5th 2019 https://github.com/weather34/Weather34-Weatherflow

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/

Credits and thanks to the contributors who made this all possible since 2015.

Erik M Madsen for language idea and initial script

Paul @komoka weather in Canada for continous support and testing

Josep for Spanish/Catalan language translation and for many ideas and refinements

Pascal Catte French translation and ideas fowarded

Steve the developer of Cumulus for support and providing a platform to resolve issues

Mats Ahlklo Swedish translation and his work on using Davis weatherlink

Betejuice (Cumulus Forum) for providing a solution for meteor shower listings

Ken True (Saratoga) for kindly granting permission allowing use of many scripts he developed which gave inspiration and ideas though not used today it was the inspiration that allowed to do something more suited to the design.

Eric Rechlin Special thanks for originally creating the theme switching and extensive work on metrics/non metrics

Boris at smartbedded (meteobridge) for ongoing support and upkeep of meteobridge

Wim van der Kuil for the original meteobridge script

David St John at weatherflow for providing hardware for testing and his non bias logical views

Paul Wilman , Tina Thomas, Vaggos , Chuck M , Aaron Gersztoff , Ian Millard, and many many more for continous constructive supportive feedback ..

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