Over the past couple of evenings, I have managed to get the traditional weather data webpage functional. While there are some more features to be added and fine tuning to be done, overall it’s not in bad shape. If interested, the link is here. You will find my weather station data, in addition to NWS forecasts and alerts.
I was able to do a little work to the website tonight, and here’s what I got accomplished. I was able to take the free scripts and templates from Saratoga Weather and come up with a full featured method for displaying the weather data from my Vantage Pro. There is also an option for NWS weather forecasts and other data, very similar to the old HamWeather installation I was running previously. While they give you the basics to get you going, there are a lot of details I need to sort through. Once I have it the way I want it, I would like to see if I could merge it with this WordPress site. Lofty goals, I’m sure. In the meantime, here is what I have so far. I’m sure there are some issues, and some of the standard offerings don’t apply to my situation, but it’s a start. Now that I have something to work with, I’ll just take one configuration file at a time and fine tune it as time permits. Again, thanks to Ken (and others, see this link) for providing the coding to get the journey started.