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Welcome to the WeatherBug Community!
Greetings Community Members,
I wanted to share some exciting new changes taking place at WeatherBug -- some are already in place and others are in development, and will be available very soon.
First, you may have already noticed both our WeatherBug.com and EarthNetworks.com websites have been redesigned. Both Websites are now proudly displaying new logos, in addition to their new layout. We also recently introduced the newest version of our mobile application for iPhone and Android. Our website and mobile app changes are only part of the upgrades taking place. We are also actively developing new capabilities for the WeatherBug Backyard Community
Here is an overview of all of our exciting new enhancements.
Brand new mobile application
- New map layers. Various radar and satellite layers. Also, you'll find lightning, local temp, wind speed and other related layer options to choose from. Temperature Contour and related layers are also available.
- Weather Alerts. US residents can receive critical weather alerts from their WeatherBug application.
- WeatherBug Today home screen. When you first launch WeatherBug on your mobile device, you'll instantly be presented with a fully customizable WeatherBug Today screen. This includes real-time lightning alerts using Spark lightning detection.
In addition to the weather data functionality, we're also excited to announce that WeatherBug Home is available to Backyard Community members. WeatherBug Home users enjoy tracking their home's energy setpoints in order to determine how much energy is being used each day. WeatherBug Home supports NEST, Honeywell and SmartThings thermostats.
The WeatherBug Home functionality built into the new mobile app provides you with the ability to see how setpoint changes can save you money on your energy bill. Future features planned for WeatherBug Home include tracking how weather changes impact HVAC usage.
New Single Sign On system
As part of WeatherBug Home, we've launched a new single sign-on system. This means you're able to utilize a user account for WeatherBug Home, PWS, StreamerRT, Pulse API (for software developers), in addition to any future WeatherBug related product launches.
WeatherBug Home also provides its users with the ability to connect their utility usage data with the following utility companies.
- Beltrami Electric Cooperative
- Brainherd Public Utilities
- Fall River Rural Electric
- North Star Electric Company
- WPPI Energy
If your utility company isn't listed, simply sign up with WeatherBug Home to be alerted when your utility provider has been added.
Impacts to the WeatherBug Backyard Community
Due to the changes made to our network, PWS stations will temporarily be unavailable as a weather site selection from WeatherBug.com while we continue to roll out related updates. Those PWS participants who are submitting data are encouraged to continue to do so. But the data's visibility on the WeatherBug.com website is going to be temporarily unavailable until we finish with our needed upgrades. PWS is still a vital part of this community and we're looking forward to bringing it back into the fold on WeatherBug.com once the upgrades are complete.
Part of the PWS system upgrades include utilizing the new WeatherBug single sign-on feature. This is important as it allows us to provide even more functionality and additional subscription options with features that PWS users will enjoy. Also, this enables us to provide weather related home automation information that our community members can access. For international folks, the big feature upgrade will be the ability to get their PWS connected to send and receive data.
WeatherBug Backyard has been changed to better reflect our spirit of community. The new name is WeatherBug Community. In addition to the name change, we're ramping things up by driving new Website traffic to this site from WeatherBug.com. This means when you blog or share weather insights, more people than ever will be able to benefit from your experiences. The most active members will be eligible for WeatherBug Community incentives made possible by these upgrades.
Despite the temporary disconnect between WeatherBug products and the PWS stations, we're encouraging anyone interested in sending us weather data to go ahead and sign up as a PWS/Backyard user by clicking the registration link. This will make sure data is flowing to the system so when the upgrades are completed, you won't have any issues sending us data.
We appreciate your patience while we are working on improvements and stay tuned for more exciting additions and product launches. If you have concerns or just need clarification on something, feel free to contact me directly at email@example.com
If you've visited the WeatherBug Community in the past couple of days, you'll notice the design of the community looks quite different from what you're used to seeing. As my colleague Matt Hartley pointed out in a previous announcement, WeatherBug and our parent company, Earth Networks, has undergone some massive new branding changes.
To ensure the WeatherBug Community consistently reflects the new WeatherBug.com and our new branding changes, we've…Continue
We're glad you’re joining us on the WeatherBug Community. Here’s some tips to help you get started.
1. Read our Community Guidelines. You’ll want to abide by them when contributing to the WeatherBug Community.
2. Spice up your Profile. Add a profile pic, tell us about your weather interests, and link to your Personal Weather Station at WeatherBug.com. Just have fun customizing it.
3. Start a Blog. Tell us about the weather happening in your neighborhood! Share us your weather stories and weather reports using your personal Weather Blog.
4. Join a Group. We have a collection of various weather-related interest groups. Join some groups that fit your weather interests and have fun interacting with other fellow members.
5. Upload some Photos or Videos. Taken some great weather photos or videos lately? Share them with us at WeatherBug Photos or at WeatherBug Videos on the WeatherBug Community.
6. Get a Personal Weather Station. The WeatherBug Community is more fun when you have your own Personal Weather Station sending us your personal weather data. Learn more about getting a Personal Weather Station and sending your data to us.
7. Get Assistance. Need help or assistance? We’re here for you!
And please invite your friends to join the WeatherBug Community. The more, the merrier!
Lowest Barometric Pressure : 30.26″ At 7 p.m.
Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.40″ At 10 a.m.
Lowest Relative Humidity : 27% At 1 p.m.
Highest Relative Humidity : 96% At 5 & 7 a.m.
Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 26° At 3, 4 & 7 a.m. & 1 p.m.
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 35° At 9 a.m.
Lowest Wind Speed : Calm at 2 – 9 a.m. & 5 & 9 p.m.
Highest Wind Gust : S – 16 m.p.h. at 12:38 p.m.
Lo : 27° : Coldest Wind Chill Temp 24° at 12:01 a.m.
Normal : 36°
Record Warmest : 68° In 1973 !
Record Coldest : 5° In 1950 !
Hi : 65°
Normal : 58°
Record Hottest : 79° In 1973 !
Record Coolest : 23° In…
Tuesday was cloudy and cold early AM, but it actually warmed up overnight as a warm front passed on through, with max temps in the afternoon reaching the mid 50s under mostly sunny skies. This evening under clear skies, light winds and dry dew points in the 20s the temps have dropped through the 40s and 30s to around the freezing mark at 2:30 AM. It will probably be in the upper 20s by sunrise on Wednesday. During the day on Wednesday we should have sunny skies with high temps back up in the low 50s. A bit cloudy Wednesday night with lows in the 30s, then sunny and milder on Thanksgiving Thursday with high temps in the upper 50s, lows in the low 40s. Friday should be even a bit milder,with high temps in the low 60s, sunny skies, lows in the low 40s. Saturday should be a bit cloudier and cooler,with high temps in the low-mid 50s. Cloudy Saturday night with lows in the 30s. Sunday and Monday…Continue
An area of low pressure currently off the Oregon Coast will drop southeast into Nevada by Wednesday bringing much c oler temperatures to the area. Maximum temperatures will be near normal today, with upper 40s and 50s across the mountains and 60s to low 70s in the valleys. Temperatures will cool further Wednesday, with mid 30s to mid 40s across the mountains and mid 50s to mid 60s in the valleys. This low pressure area will also bring scattered showers to the region this evening through Wednesday afternoon, with most locations expected to receive less than a quarter inch of rainfall. However, the Central Sierra will receive up to an inch. The snow level will be around 4,000 feet across Central California and around 5,000 feet across Southern California. South to west winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts…Continue
Temps yesterday never went much above the freezing mark so there wasn't much thawing. We continue to have about 6 inches remaining on the ground. Today should be the beginning of a warming trend which will raise our temps to the 50° mark on Thursday. We had a few random snow showers yesterday which dropped just a trace of new show, but it melted down to 0.02" in my gauge. Along with the warmer temps will come rain, and that should rid us of most of the remaining snow cover. We'll see how long that will last.
Right now (8:30 AM EST), our temp is 31F, the humidity is 84%, and the barometer is at 30.27" and rising. Skies are overcast and winds are calm. The dew point is 30F and visibility is 5 miles. Yesterday's high was 33F and the overnight low was 31F.…Continue
Lowest Barometric Pressure : 30.24″ At 3 a.m. & 2 – 4 p.m.
Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.31″ At 11:59 p.m.
Lowest Relative Humidity : 33% At 1 & 3 p.m.
Highest Relative Humidity : 92% At 4 a.m.
Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 17° At 6 & 7 a.m.
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 30° At 6 & 8 p.m.
Lowest Wind Speed : Calm at 3 – 5 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Highest Wind Gust : SW – 23 m.p.h. at 9:04 a.m.
Lo : 20° : Coldest Wind Chill Temp 15° at 1 a.m.
Normal : 36°
Record Warmest : 65° In 1973 !
Record Coldest : 16° In 1964 !
Hi : 60°
Normal : 58°
Record Hottest : 74° In 1973 !
Record Coolest : 33° In…
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