Rather than struggle anymore, does anyone know if I can just buy different software and run my WLS-8000 with my new Mac laptop via an RS-232/USB adapter cable? Have a Davis 6162 station and a Davis 6382 Temp/Humidity station and am wanting to download the historic data, particular interest is solar radiation and potential evapotranspiration. Snoop’s been running for several days, but I’m looking at WU for the first time today, and see my station hasn’t been uploading since 5am or so. I also had a mulit-day, multi-hundred gig cloud backup started two days ago pulling on my system resources, so I wouldn’t be surprised if the combo had somehow caused the trouble.
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Do a weather-related search and you’ll see a nice interface with a bunch of weather information. You can open the menu and pin the “app” to your home screen just like any other app.
- Because they can track your location, smartphone weather apps can deliver up-to-the-moment specific info about the conditions where you are.
- uses a wide range of weather stations and functions very well with my Oregon 928.
- Just don’t be offended if your weather app calls you a "meatbag."
- In the summer of 2017, a security research project accused the popular AccuWeather app of selling users’ location data to a third-party advertising firm.
- Great support in place through the forum or through macweather.net.
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It is very Mac-like in use and configuration, and meets many user’s needs for customization, flexibility, and ease of use. Using built-in functionality and user contributed scripts and templates, it can send data to Weather Underground, CWOP, PWSweather, AWEKAS, UK Met Office, various international weather networks and Twitter. Plain ‘ol Google Search actually has a really nice weather “app” built-in.
It even has a widget called “At a glance.” This is a great option if you just need a simple weather solution. The Orion LX sensor module includes ultrasonic wind direction and speed measurements, an impact rain gauge, and capacitive relative humidity, temperature and barometric pressure sensors. We dismissed other systems not specifically spelled out here due to a lack of features deemed essential by the experts we consulted and the current and potential weather-station owners we interviewed.
Thanks for putting together that very complete list of available Mac software. Hope we’ll see more Mac fans use their favorite computer platform to monitor the weather. Whichever route you end up going, be sure to join the user forums for that software for great tips, user supplied templates, camaraderie, etc.
But if precision and durability are what you’re looking for, you’d have to spend nearly twice as much to get anything better. The Netatmo system also doesn’t feel as durable as the Davis Instruments Vantage Vue.