|wind speed:||2 kph from 0°|
|solar radiation:||0 W/m²|
|temperature trend: (3 hours)||-4.5°C|
|barometric trend: (3 hours)||0.5 mbar|
|wind speed trend: (3 hours)||0 kph|
|Latitude:||38° 23.82' N|
|Longitude:||001° 03.83' W|
|Station uptime:||6 days, 7 hours, 25 minutes|
|Server uptime:||6 days, 6 hours, 59 minutes|
This is the second attempt at hosting Weewx on a Raspberry Pi. This time we have a Pi 3 booting straight from a USB drive, no SD card. Hopefully this will be a bit more robust than our last attempt with a Pi platform.
A corrupted disk drive following an operating system update took the weather server offline for most of the day. Normal service was restored early evening following a complete rebuild of the server.
Short term 3-hour plots have now been added. These show the last 3 hours of data averaged over 5 minute intervals.
Long term plots have now been added. These show the last 5 years of data averaged by month.
A small technical problem with a system update, resulted in the WEEWX weather server being offline for approximately 12 hours. No data was lost during the outage, and we were back up and running early Sunday morning.
Maximum rainfall rate has now been added to the History page. This shows the maximum intesity of rainfall each month in mm/hr.
Another critical drive failure has meant a rethink of the Weewx setup. The Raspberry Pi is now gone, being replaced with a small mini-ITX box with SSD hard drive. Hopefully, this will prove to be a more stable platform.
Gauges section of the page updated to provide additional useful information. This includes trend data for temperature, wind speed, and barometric pressure.
The final piece of the new site overhaul has been put in place, a weather specific site favicon.
Following the rebuid of the Raspberry Pi it seemed a good opportunity to update the Bootstrap skin to the latest version.
A little over 3 weeks a go the Raspberry Pi that records and displays data from the weather station failed. Turned out it was a corrupt microDrive that was being used as the boot device and main data store. The microDrive has now been replaced with a standard 2.5" 40GB USB hard drive, and everything is now back to normal.
Basic almanac data has been added to the site. It is a simple and quick implimentation at the moment which may be improved upon in the future, if time permits.
The solar radiation sensor for the Vantage Pro arrived this morning and has been installed. Solar radiation data is now available on the site in W/m*2.
After a lot of tweaking of templates and files, I finally got the Weather Underground 10-day forecast to display on its own page. If time permits I may also add the Zambretti forecast.
Finally got time to add a radar image to the site. Next up will be a page with a 10-day Weather Underground forecast.
Followoing an unfortunate incident with a vacuum cleaner and our UPS, the Raspberry Pi running our weather station software need a complete rebuild. This was the perfect opportunity to try something new, and Bootstrap certainly makes for a big improvement.
Looks like we're up and running...