Weather Station 3.6 “Mano Negra”

by | Oct 9, 2018

Weather Station 3.6 is here!

Yes, you guessed it, the new version of Weather Station is available now. It have taken a lot of work, dozens of hours of testing, and I’m proud to announce all these new features:

Weather Station now natively supports BloomSky stations (Sky1, Sky2 & Storm) and natively connects to Ambient Weather Network (for all types of stations). And yes, for BloomSky stations, all media modules are supported: you can now use and display snapshots and timelapses taken by your station on your WordPress site.

To follow up on a lot of feedback, two features of Weather Station have been drastically improved: textual shotcodes now support auto refreshing and all charts can be displayed with custom color schemes and palettes.

Weather Station also adapts to the growing community of DIYers: the sunshine duration is now collectable and displayable like other measurements.

Finally, this version introduces a great redesign of the way Weather Station handles wind directions and sources. You can read more details on this in this article describing the background process launched when updating Weather Station.

In addition, as with each new version of Weather Station, you will discover a large number of improvements and fixes, mainly inspired by your feedback…

To discover all these new features, improvements and bug fixes, you can check the changelog … If your site has not yet been updated, I encourage you to do so without further delay or to choose to switch on the automatic updates.

As usual, do not hesitate to tell me what you think of this new version and what you would like to see in the next updates …

Header illustration: CC:BY-SA Masao Nakagami

This version of Weather Station is called “Mano Negra” in honor of the ’90s rock band whose singer, who later went solo, was Manu Chao!

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