Station InformationThe station is a La Crosse WS-2316 located about 3 miles north-northwest of Meridian, Idaho in the Kelly Creek Subdivision. The station has been running since November 7, 2007. A Raspberry Pi 2 Model B running WeeWX v3.8.0 processes the data which is sent to CWOP and Weather Underground in addition to this web site. Data is sent every 10 minutes.
Latitude: 43° 38.92' N
Longitude: 116° 25.01' W
Elevation: 2569 feet
Data is also available from:
This web site uses the Sofaskin template for WeeWX, designed by Sven at Neoground. Sofaskin is a
custom skin modelled from Google's Material Design that uses Bootstrap to display the weather data and uses
Font Awesome for the icons.
I made a variety of functional changes to the
original Sofaskin code which is available on GitHub. My Sofaskin-CW9009 skin
needs an additional python script, historygenerator.py, which was adapted from another
skin, Dajda.net, to generate the history tables.
I have also incorporated some changes in this template by Bjorn Torkelsson.
The code for the web page skins and python script is available from the web sites below.
Original Sofaskin template from Neoground:
My Sofaskin-CW9009 template:
Dajda template for historygenerator.py code:
Dajda Github Repo
|WeeWX uptime:||8 Days, 13 Hours, 33 Minutes|
|Server uptime:||8 Days, 12 Hours, 37 Minutes|
|Permanently installed CoCoRaHS rain gage in the backyard.|
|Joined CoCoRaHS network as station ID-AD-36 and begin reporting rain and snowfall amounts. Temporarily place the rain gauge in the center of the backyard. I will find a more permanent location in the spring.|
|Moved temperature/humidity sensor to the front of the house (north facing) under eaves.|
|Joined Weather Underground (WU) network as station KIDMERID44.|
|Changed hardware from PC to Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. Changed software from HeavyWeather to WeeWX 3.3.1.|
|Attached the wind sensor to the west side of the roof. The sensor is about a foot above the roof. Temperatures sensor was attached under the northwest corner eaves.|
|Moved station to the southwest corner of the property. Sensors about 5 feet above ground. Wind obstruction from trees and house. Temperature sensor partially shielded.|
|Station established in the backyard (south facing) next to the fence. Joined Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP) network as station CW9009.|