Re: lots of questions from a newbie
- I checked that data, it is all correct. It is probably something
unique to our ultra-rural situation out here. I'll send them an email
and see what they say.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wuhu_software"
> If you click the link on the WUHU screen, "Join Weather Underground"
> it should launch a browser that shows your station's settings.
> You can also display this page by opening the main page at WU,
> logging in, then clicking 'My Stations" link at the left.
> Make sure that your state, zip code, and country fields are set
> For the U.S., the country field is set to "US" (do not use quotes).
> If that is not the underlying issue, we will probably need WU to
> check in to it.
> --- In email@example.com, "Peter Schneidler"
> <schneidler@> wrote:
> > Hey, thanks for answering everything so thoroughly! You're
> > If I do a general search on wunderground for my zip code (99609) it
> > still only pulls up the weather in Bethel (25 miles away, closest
> > weather available online...until now). Will it ever reference MY
> > weather data, or not because I'm an amateur or because I don't have
> > rain data or some other reason?
> > I take it wind chill factor is not something wunderground displays?
> > No big deal. On my personal site, I already have a graphic showing
> > the weather in Bethel. But because our weather here in Kasigluk can
> > be different, I've added the wunderground graphic, and maybe I'll
> > a little wind chill chart so the curious can figure it out for
> > themselves on the spot.
> > Thanks again for everything!
> > peter
> > Ooooops: every afternoon my outside temp makes a huge spike, going
> > from 10 degrees or whatever to 30 degrees or so in about 10
> > Obviously, the sun is affecting things. Problem is there is no
> > spot within range of where I have to mount the wind thingamajig. I
> > guess I'll try to put a little wooden roof over the sensor or
> > something to give it shade. But that will have to wait until Spring
> > as the roof is slippery and dangerous and will stay that way for
> > another 6 months. : - )
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, <schneidler...> wrote:
> > Basically all I want for my personal site is outside temp, wind
> > factor, and wind speed. I know I could publish this using
> > publisher, but I would rather not be running 2 programs uploading
> > the time and I know I should be able to pull my data off of
> > wunderground, right?
> > <wuhu_software@> wrote:
> > In WUHU, click 'My Weather Data at WU'. This will pull up the
> > page. On the screen, there is a large graphic display near the top
> > that shows several weather variables (although windchill is not
> > displayed). Below that graphic, there is a edit box containing html
> > code that you can include in your page.