These pages have been
updated, though mainly behind the scenes so probably not readily
apparent, but now offer better service mainly
due to Arduino, Oregon
and all the brilliant people who figured these things
out!! , Grazie ragazzi!!!
No fuss graphs that are easy to read and crosscheck. Align the graphs
through the day to correlate the variations.
No need to hunt around, the best style of info made easy. Read this
graph in conjunction with the wind direction below.
Now using the more reliable Oregon temperature sensors.
Wind Direction is Averaged over sixteen readings and now
with more focussed information. Turbulence effects reduced.
see how it was done click here!
These graphs have been extensively updated with an
Arduino and 433Mhz Receiver
my shed 24/7) intercepting my
Oregon Scientific WMR86
signals from the three sensor units (reporting Wind Speed, Wind
Direction, Temperature and Rainfall from off my roof)
with such reliability and versatility, that the handy OS LCD Console
can be dedicated to the kitchen bench!!!
I have added my own Air Pressure sensor, Temperature
and a Humidity sensor to the Arduino base station as a backup system.
The Rain graph now shows the total rain that has fallen in LTB from
"Now" back to the last 15 days ago.
system works with the WMR86, or the
, as they are the same beasts!!!
The engineering in the
systems is very good and excellent value for price.
This reporting service does not pretend to be a forecasting page, it
shows as accurately as possible what has happened over the last 12
hours. You can form you own opinions based on your own local knowledge,
for example - what it will be like on the lake or surf after
7hours of a 30km Easterly wind? However if you are looking
for a prediction rather than what really happens, try