Webcam & Weather
Camera faces east-northeast towards my Wunderground Station, KCTGREEN35, and exists mostly to help me keep an eye on the station. During snowfall, the anemometer may become impeded by snow accumulation, and the camera will help let me know if manual clearing becomes necessary.
For those interested, the webcam is a project powered by a fairly simple Python script on a RaspberryPi 3, with a generic $40 indoor/outdoor dome-style USB camera. I'm pretty sure the whole thing can be set up for about $25 if you pick the right webcam and use an Arduino board as your controller (though I have not tried this).
Current Conditions (see indoor)Measurement time:
Fri May 19, 2017 08:39:10 EDT (10 days ago)
|82.6 ºF||22%||Rain||82.6 ºF|
|Wind speed||Wind gust||Wind rose||Dew point|
|2.0mph||7.4mph||SE (126º)||40 ºF|
|Daily precip.||Hourly precip.||Pressure||Solar|
|0.07in||0.00in||1014mb (+)||325 w/m2|
|Indoor temp||Ind. humidity||Windchill||Visibility|
Outdoor data courtesy of Weather Underground API.
Three day conditions
Heat map last three months
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