Get the realtime weather out of your console and in into your computer then into the world.
WeatherTracker started with a need to have more real-time weather data than the National Weather Service could provide me through WeatherMan.
My first weather station was the original Davis Vantage Pro since they released their communications specifications publicly so it was the easiest to program. My first version was created in October 2004 and it was in perpetual beta until January 2010 with updates sometimes coming fast and sometimes very slow. But I've rededicated myself to the project with the addition of the new Oregon Scientific WMR100 and soon WMR200 stations. I welcome all suggestions on what features need to be added to the program.
Help Me Get Started!
If you don't currently own a personal weather station but would like to get started and want some help sorting through the basics check out our "Getting Started Guide"
Features of Current Release: 1.6.5
- Davis Vantage Pro 1 & 2, Vantage Vue and Davis Envoy weather stations
- All Davis WeatherLink cables are supported. WeatherLink Serial, WeatherLink USB and the WeatherLink IP Module. WeatherTracker allows you to continue to upload data to WeatherLink.com while still loading data into WeatherTracker.
- Full support of Vantage Connect. Vantage Connect works by directly upload data from a remote station to WeatherLink.com. WeatherTracker can connect to your WeatherLink.com account and download that weather data into WeatherTracker
- Davis Wizard and Monitor - These weather stations are still in beta and need to be completed.
- Oregon Scientific WM918/WX200, WMR968, WMR100, WMR180, WMR200, WMR300
- LaCrosse 2300 series of weather stations. Also in beta as some features need to be completed.
- Single window shows majority of weather station specific data (see screenshots below)
- WeatherUnderground personal weather station upload including Rapid Fire mode.
- CWOP personal weather station upload.
- PWS Weather personal weather station upload.
- WeatherBug Backyard personal weather station upload.
- WeatherCloud personal weather station upload.
- Browser View - View the stations current conditions on a browser on any computer in your house.
- Upload weather tagged HTML files and graphic file via FTP to your personal web site giving you weather updated web pages.
- Send custom weather updates to your Twitter status.
- AppleScript Support (Mac only, of course)
- Registration is $40 USD
- Register using PayPal - No PayPal account required.
- Free to try for 30 days.
Screen Shots (click to enlarge)