Weewx Responsive Skin Update

Darryn Capes-DavisInnovation, Weather

After upgrading to Weewx 3.9.1, I have borrowed the graphing styles of the Seasons skin and brought them into the Responsive skin. Screenshot below (Click for larger Version). You can get the latest changes from GitHub. Pillow Issue NOTE: While developing these changes I noticed a pixel offset issue with graph axes labels. This led to the bottom x axis label … Read More

Weewx Weather Software Responsive Skin

Darryn Capes-DavisCoding, Weather

Carlingford Weather - Desktop

The Carlingford Weather Website, http://carlingfordweather.sydney, uses the Weewx Linux based weather software. Weewx allows for skins to customise the generated website. I have written a Responsive Skin for Weewx, along with some specific Australian weather and forecast extensions. The Skin The feature image shows a screenshot of how the responsive skin looks on a regular desktop computer. A mobile phone … Read More

Carlingford Weather Webcam

Darryn Capes-DavisWeather

http://carlingfordweather.sydney now has a Live weather webcam. The webcam is a AXIS M3027-PVE Fixed Dome Network Camera. It points to a westerly direction to capture the prevailing direction of the weather. The webcam image is downloaded every minute. Every 5 minutes an hourly time lapse is made, which is archived on the hour. At 9am, midday, 3pm, 6pm and 9pm … Read More

24GHz Rain Sensing now Live

Darryn Capes-DavisWeather

The latest addition to http://carlingforweather.sydney has now gone live. Rain is now measured by a 24GHz local Doppler radar. The device being used is a Lufft RS2-UMB. With the device having no moving parts, measuring of rain is now maintenance free. The 24GHz technology measures the number, size and velocity of the rain drops to accurate measure the rain fall … Read More