@gearoid Cumulus MX takes the station index too. The first you define is zero, the second 1 etc. I agree though that this information is not presented on your stations page, but they do seem to be listed in station ID order.
@idefix37 Of course Windy should comment on this matter after they look at this. The fact that this is posted here should have been notice enough. I've not looked into theses WMO stations and perhaps they are in the wrong place elsewhere to begin with and Windy just imported what was reported to them. I think pinchof should at least look into that and let everyone know. I don't know where the problem is. If these stations can be found in the correct location in other databases external to Windy then I would say it is a Windy issue and then there would be no need to contact anyone but Windy. But if Windy ignores this issue then you go the other way and get that organization to contact Windy and ask them why they have misplaced their stations. Sometimes you need to stir the pot to get noticed.
In your situation I would invest in a Meteobridge Nano. So much more you can then do with your station, not just adding Windy.
But there are other equally interesting options like running Weather-Display, Cumulus MX, or WeeWx which would all also give you a lot more not just Windy.
You have a lot of options to consider. You don't even need to be limited to just one of these options.
@ivo Thank you! This would awesome!
To be able to display your own data from windy on our sites! Wooha! Awesome!
I do this from other providers.
They give you the tools to make your own iframes:
@TomSlavkovsky said in Wind direction interval:
@lightmastertech For now, we will adopt the rules from Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP).
To reduce small variations in second to second measurements that are attributed to sensor sampling “noise” and not representative of ambient temperature, the following time sampling intervals for measurements are suggested:
Temperature: latest 5 minute average
Dew Point: latest 1 minute average
Mean Wind Speed and Direction: 2-minute mean of speed and direction sampled before the observation valid time sampled from high-resolution data (minimum: 5 second instrument polling).
Gust: Maximum instantaneous wind value observed in the 10 minutes before the observation valid time sampled from full resolution data (minimum: 5 second instrument polling).
Reporting frequency: 1-minute updates derived from the minimum reported pressure value observed in the past minute. Typically, basis for the 1-minute minimum pressure reports are from a series of ten 6-second interval instantaneous pressure measurements.
Okay, I'll update my Meteobridge to use those averages. Thanks.