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I wanted to take a moment to update people on the current status of our WeatherLink Module, the cross platform, open source weather publishing app, as well as the ability to embed your Backyard Station's data into a website or your Backyard Community profile.
As many of you are aware, we've been experiencing some major issues with our WeatherLink Module, especially with later builds of WeatherLink. A while back ago, we open sourced the module and posted the source code to the…Continue
Since I'm getting my share of emails and discussion posts concerning this, I wanted to provide the community with an update on the status of Backyard Stations so I have an official document I can point to people for now instead of having to continue typing the same message in future emails/discussions.
Here's the current state of Backyard Stations:
1. Backyard Stations are currently visible at WeatherBug.com, but you still have to jump through the "Change…Continue
Nathan Parker will be on a live show called POLYGON Friday night (February 27, 2015) at 7PM CST to answer questions related to WeatherBug, Backyard Stations, the Backyard Community, etc. He also be monitoring his personal Twitter feed @mallardnathan during the live show, so feel free to tweet him your questions. Here's the link to the live stream. http://iawx.net/polygon Continue
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WeatherBug Home is our latest offering. It’s an innovative application of our big weather data combined with smart meter data and the power of two-way connected thermostats to automatically deliver…Continue
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Saturday started out the new month of August in typical style, very warm, but only moderately humid with dew points in the 60s, partly sunny skies but with plenty of sun filtering through the variety of clouds during the day. High temps reached into the upper 80s but failed to reach 90. The first morning of August reached lows into the mid 60s, where it is once again early on this Sunday morning. We should reach the low 60s by sunrise on Sunday. During the day on Sunday we should have mostly sunny skies with moderate humidity and high temps in the upper 80s,lows in the upper 60s Sunday night. Monday should be mostly sunny and a bit hotter,with highs in the low 90s. Monday night a weak front is coming through with a 40 POP for showers/storms and lows around 70 under mostly cloudy skies. Tuesday and Wednesday should be partly to mostly sunny skies with highs around 90, lows in the upper 60s.…Continue
Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.95″ At 7 & 8 p.m.
Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.06″ At 8 a.m.
Lowest Relative Humidity : 32% At 3 & 4 p.m.
Highest Relative Humidity : 93% At 3 & 6 a.m.
Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 61° At 2 – 4 p.m.
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 69° At 10 a.m. & 9 – 11:59 p.m.
Lowest Wind Speed : Calm at 12, 2 – 8 & 11 a.m. & 9 – 11:59 p.m.
Highest Wind Gust : N – 14 m.p.h. at 2:27 p.m.
Lo : 64°
Normal : 68°
Record Warmest : 76° In 2010 & 2011!
Record Coldest : 55° In 1971 !
Hi : 96°, Felt Like 95° in the shade at 1, 3 & 4 p.m.
Normal : 91°
Record Hottest : 101° In 2006 !
Record Coolest :…
Scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms will form over the Sierra and over the deserts bordering Nevada and Arizona today as southeast flow aloft continues over these areas. The flow aloft will become southwest across the entire region Sunday causing afternoon showers and thunderstorms to become isolated and focused from the Sierra Crest eastward. All shower and thunderstorm activity will come to an end by Monday as it will be the second day in a row of southwest flow aloft. Temperatures will cool a couple of degrees this weekend as high pressure weakens and shifts to the southeast. Minimum humidity will be mainly between 15% and 30% away from the coastal areas. Tempe
INLAND EMPIRE (CAZ248):
SKY/WEATHER.........PARTLY CLOUDY. PATCHY FOG IN THE…Continue
Today - Sunny near noon then a mix of sun and cloud with a few showers this afternoon. Risk of thundershowers this afternoon. Wind becoming southwest 20 km/h this afternoon. High 28. UV index 8 or very high.
Tonight - Partly cloudy. A few showers this evening with risk of thundershowers. Clearing later this evening. Wind southwest 20 km/h becoming light this evening. Low…Continue
Average Wind: 2 mph W
Feels Like: 72
Dew Point: 64
Visibility: 10 mi
Sunrise: 6:32 am
Summer is certainly upon us with continuous highs in the 80s and plenty of sun. We love it. Today will continue to have a slight chance of a pop up shower or storm, but they all missed us yesterday. We seem to be an area where the storms form, then hit the areas to our southeast. The storms that there were yesterday didn't drop much rain since they were very brief, and that will probably be the scenario for today also.
Right now (9 AM EDT), our temp is 68F, the humidity is 56%, and the pressure is 29.91" and steady. Skies are clear and winds are from the west at 7 mph. The dew point is 53F and visibility is 10 miles. Yesterday's high was 83F and the overnight low was 62F.
Today: Mostly sunny,…Continue