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About
Weather Window
Davis Instruments Cabled 6152C Vantage Pro2 - Personal Weather Station
Temperature & Humidity Sensor - Sensor located 5'0" above grass surface.
24 Hour Fan-Aspirated Radiation Shield - Daytime fan converted to 24 hour operation using a 3 volt power supply.
Tipping Bucket Rain Gauge - Top of collector cone located 4'11" above grass surface.
Rain Collector Heater - Allows for liquid measurement of snow & freezing rain.
Stratus Analog Rain Gauge - Used for CoCoRaHS submissions and verification of precipitation measurements.
Anemometer & Wind Vane - Located 30'0" above ground level, 11'0" above roof peak.
Solar Radiation Sensor - Located above roof, below anemometer & wind vane.
Davis WeatherLink Data Logger - Archives data in 1 minute intervals and allows for communication with the weather computer, CWOP, Weather For You and Weather Underground.
 
Weather Station Software
Virtual Weather Station - Used to create this website - information & graphs updated every 5 minutes.
Davis WeatherLink Software - Launched each night to retreve the archive from the Data Logger and create various reports.
Image Salsa - Weather Edition - Used to create the Weather Window images with current conditions overlay.
Gibson RIDGE Level 3 - Used to create the radar images.
 
Services
AllisonHouse - Radar, Lightning & Storm Report Data for radar images.
Jing - Image capture & editing for Twitter and Facebook updates.
 
Scripts
National Weather Service Forecast with icons - Creates Weather Forecast information.
NOAA ATOM/CAP Weather Advisories - Creates Weather Advisory information.
Omni Slide Menu - Creates the Quick Navigation Menu.
 
Station Location
Map - Located within the Mill Creek Watershed (map) along the Liberty Twp / Fairfield Twp border in Butler County, Ohio about 20 miles north of Cincinnati.
CWOP Station Details - Citizen Weather Observer Program.
CWOP Weather Station Siting Guide - PDF 2.24MB
 

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