Need to get a better weather stationMy weather station at Buller is on Wunderground with a 5 minute interval:
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It reads a bit warmer than the AWS due being a bit lower & less exposed and also building radiant heat, but good to see the trends.
Annoying there isn't a graph for air pressure, there is on my software backend but I'm not sure I can share that without logging in.
Cool. Next time I'm up there I'll log in to the unit and see if I can get it to push that as a field to Wunderground.It can do but your pressure isn't being tabled (a screenshot of yours). Looks like you need to specifically link the data to the app.
Here's a local PWS near me:
Mines from a cheap chinese camera, which I would happily put live online, but all the solutions I have tried don't seem that reliable.^^^^
And looking from a bit further out…Lake Jindabyne in the far distance. Its still mild here at around 14 degrees with earlier winds having dropped off.
Mines from a cheap chinese camera, which I would happily put live online, but all the solutions I have tried don't seem that reliable.
Yeah, my Ecowitt data has internal temp, but my Wunderground data doesnt https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/ISYDNE921Cool. Next time I'm up there I'll log in to the unit and see if I can get it to push that as a field to Wunderground.
I can share the Ecowitt data but the share link expires every 30 days and it also shares the internal temps, which pretty much shows whether we are there or not and I don't really want that data in the wild.
This isn't a southerly system, and besides we're rainshadowed from that direction. Look instead to the west.Just had a few drops ,less than 1mm ,but temp dropped from 10.3c to 8.4c over last 30 minutes at the High Perch.
Radar looks like moisture now coming through Tumut ,Talbingo ,Kiandra so not far away. Doesn't look much from the south or southwest though.