This page will allow you to create your weekly weather journal. Fill in some details about how you would like your diary to look like. Choose your correct co-ordinates and timezone - this is essential for correct calculation of sunrise and sunset. Then choose if you want one-page or two-page view and also a normal or booklet view. In case you select normal, you will get an A4 standard PDF document. If you select booklet, the pages will not be in the correct order and some pages will be blank, but once you print it and fold it in half, it will suddenly all be in the correct order. One-page view means there will be one page per week, two-page view gives you more space for your notes and you will have two pages per week. At the top you will see icons of various weather conditions and you an simply circle the ones that applied for that day. You can also select which parameters you want to track and you will see an icon of that parameter in the diary and be able to write the actual value below.
There will also be automatically inserted some events such as Moon phases, lunar and solar eclipses, season changes (depending on the latitude the correct seasons for your hemisphere will be selected) and day length, sunrise time and sunset times.
There is also a field for your name, email and feedback. If you want to help me develop this further, you are absolutely welcome and I will most likely get back to you.
If you selected the booklet mode, the result would be an A4 document, which is ready to be printed as a booklet. You then need to print it on both sides landscape and turn pages across the shorter side. The order of the pages in the document will be shuffled, but once you then print it and fold it in half, you will get a very nice A5 booklet with pages in the right order.