Storm alert, pressure rising and failing are currently useable alarms.
You mean some type of interpreter? That could be interesting although I
do not have much experience (a little 17 years ago in college) with
parsing/interpreting. I like the idea though.
As I mentioned, I created a new alarm type that will send variables to
other applications via the command line.
If you are in to programming (VB, C++, etc) and know how to accept
command line paramters, you can write whatever app you want without
having to write any interface code to the weather station (WUHU doing
that for you).
Maybe we could interface to some other off the shelf interpreter out
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, "schaka1" <blkguy@...>
> I was looking at the action/alert section of WUHU. It occurred to me
> that with a little boolean logic you could do some elementary weather
> Example: IF (temperature) is <32 AND (barometer is falling) AND (wind
> direction)is N THEN storm
> Just food for thought