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WeeWX – software for your weather station

WeeWX is a free, open source, software program, written in Python, which interacts with your weather station to produce graphs, reports, and HTML pages.

It can optionally publish to weather sites or web servers.

It uses modern software concepts, making it simple, robust, and easy to extend. It includes extensive documentation.

WeeWX includes support for many types of weather stations. In addition to hardware support, WeeWX comes with a software simulator, useful for testing and evaluation.

Features include:

  • Robust.
  • Uploads to your website using FTP or rsync.
  • Extensive celestial almanac.
  • Ability to create or modify skins (the look and feel of your weather site).
  • Support for localization.
  • Support for multiple skins.
  • Simple, but extensible templating system.
  • Native support for US or Metric unit systems.
  • Support for SQLite or MySQL databases.
  • Calibration corrections.
  • Filtering of anomalous values.
  • An easy to understand, simple, extensible micro-kernel architecture.
  • Ability to extend weeWX with new services and reports.
  • Upload data to services including: The Weather Underground, CWOP, PWSweather, WOW, AWEKAS, Open Weathermap, WeatherBug, Weather Cloud, Wetter, and Windfinder.
  • Support for many popular weather stations. There’s support for more than 70 types of hardware including:
    • Davis Vantage Pro, Pro2, Vue, Envoy.
    • Oregon Scientific WMR100, WMR200, WMR300, WMR9x8, and other variants.
    • Oregon Scientific LW300/LW301/LW302.
    • Fine Offset WH10xx, WH20xx, and WH30xx series (including Ambient, Elecsa, Maplin, Tycon, Watson, and others).
    • Fine Offset WH23xx, WH4000 (including Tycon TP2700, MiSol WH2310).
    • Fine Offset WH2600, HP1000 (including Ambient Observer, Aercus WeatherSleuth, XC0422).
    • LaCrosse WS-23XX and WS-28XX (including TFA).
    • LaCrosse GW1000U bridge.
    • Hideki TE923, TE831, TE838, DV928 (including TFA, Cresta, Honeywell, and others).
    • PeetBros Ultimeter.
    • RainWise CC3000 and MKIII.
    • AcuRite 5-in-1 via USB console or bridge.
    • Argent Data Systems WS1.
    • KlimaLogg Pro.
    • New Mountain.
    • AirMar 150WX.
    • Texas Weather Instruments.
    • Dyacon.
    • Meteostick.
    • Ventus W820.
    • Si1000 radio receiver.
    • Software Defined Radio (SDR).
    • One-wire (including Inspeed, ADS, AAG, Hobby-Boards).

Support: Documentation, User Group, GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Tom Keffer
License: GNU General Public License v3.0


WeeWX is written in Python. Learn Python with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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