I´m trying to send data using pywws.
I see the data using the following method:
GET method: https://stations.windy.com/pws/station/API-KEY/STATION_ID
But I can't see open data even though my station is open.
Station not found or station data are not publicly open
I had the same issue, Meteobridge says "Success", but the data does not show on Windy or only shows scattered (once an hour). As suggested on the Meteobridge Forum, I copy-paste my Windy key again and now everything works fine! So you do not have to drop and recreate your Account.
@Korina said in "Error loading or rendering station data". I can't understand it.:
@ComacchioWeather Hi, did you check this manual for Cumulus MX? Please make sure you are entering the correct station ID, which is not f0618aec, but 0 or 1, depending on how many stations you have registered. In your case, the ID will be probably 0.
Yuuup, already did that, thanks.
My station ID for CumulusMX obtained from Windy is 0 and it's correct too because I've only one station. I don't know why Windy still doesn't want to show up the data 🤔
Some extra aspects:
I live in a valley of some sort (we have a 500m ridge to the south, and a relatively large river to the north, ~1000m away)
I can install stuff on my rooftop, including a pole if needed...
...But I'm looking for a wireless device (ie. I don't want to put any wiring up there)
I'd like to have the "usual" package, ie. temperature, wind speed+direction, rainmeter
I need something that doesn't need too much maintenance. Once or twice a year it's OK to go to the roof, but preferably not more than that :)
Hi, there is a Sounding feature on Windy which could be interesting for you. It allows to get a profile of the atmosphere above your location as provided by ECMWF. Click the right button of your mouse to open it.
It shows 2 curves: the red one is the air temperature, the blue one the dew point. When the 2 curves are close together, there is a risk of clouds at this altitude (the water vapor condensates when the air temperature reaches the dew point). The profile changes when you move the timeline cursor.
So it's another way to estimate the risk of cloudiness. But I don't know if it brings really additional information compared to the Cloud layer as it comes from the same model forecast.