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Air Quality World
Australia Current Conditions
Australia Regional Radar
Austria Current Conditions
Austria Avalanche Warning
Belgium Current Conditions
Canada EC forecast
Canada Current Conditions
Canada Air Quality
Croatia Current conditions
Current Conditions - Big
Czech Republic Current Conditions
Czech Republic Forecast
Czech Republic Radar
Denmark Current conditions
Estonia - Radar
Estonia - Forecast
Europe Regional Warnings
Forecast - Graphical
France Meteofrance Forecast
France Current Conditions
France Weather maps
Steel Series Gauges
Germany Current Conditions
Italy Current Conditions
NASA Image of the day
North America - Satellite
Near Earth Objects
NetAtmo Extra Sensors
Netherlands Current conditions
New Zealand Current Conditions
New Zealand Forecast
New Zealand Radar
PayPal donate button
Portugal Current Conditions
Rain Precipitation summary
Rise/set of the Sun/Moon
RSS Feed reader
Serbia Current Conditions
Slovakia Current Conditions
South Africa Warnings
Spain Current conditions
Spain UV forecast
Sweden Current Conditions
United Kingdom Current Conditions
United Kingdom Forecast
United Kingdom Radar
United States Radar
United States Air Quality
United States Current Conditions
United States Storm Prediction
United States Tides and Currents
United States GrLevelX
United States NWS Forecast
United States NWS Forecast - Custom
United States NWS Forecast - Multiple
United States High/Low
United States State Warnings
United States Regional Warnings
United States Area Forecast Discussion
United States Snow
Webcam - Timelapse
Air Quality World
This block shows the current air quality. In particular it gives the air quality index (AQI) which is based on the concentration of the particular pollutant. It gives information about PM2.5, PM10, ozone, SO2 and NO2 depending on data availability. In addition it shows past 5 days min/max. You can also view more information about what the current value means and there is also a general information about these pollutants and the individual limits.
Use this block if you have some audio files you want to play on your homepage. In the block settings you specify the file URL and the title for the block and users will be able to play this file directly from your homepage.
This block shows current conditions for major Australian cities, grouped by areas. First you choose which area you want to show by default and then in the default view you will see current temperature, humidity, pressure etc. for stations for which data is currently available. In the expanded view there are also the minimum and maximum temperature, times of measurement, maximum wind gust and others.
This block uses your Bloomsky API key and loads videos from previous days and shows them on the homepage. If no videos for the previous 5 days are found, the block will completely disappear from the homepage. See the screenshot, the DEMO does not work, I do not have a BS camera.
A simple calculator, which also has some additional weather-related functions for unit conversions. It can be expanded to show scientific functions as well and there is a possibility to directly copy the result to clipboard.
This collapsable block shows the current day, month, year and day of the year. When expanded you will see the time remaining until next year and until the beginning of the upcoming seasons. In the settings you can choose whether you want to use astronomical or meteorological seasons.
A simple block showing the estimated current cloud height in m and ft, based on the current temperature and humidity measured by your station. Values are shown for both height above the ground and height above sea level.
In this block you specify a certain date and time and it will then show you a dynamically updated count down to this time. The counters automatically adjust to the block width. You can set unlimited number of counters.
This is a block which shows current conditions reported by your station, updated in realtime. You can select if you want to get the updates from the database or directly from a text file such as clientraw or realtime. This allows you to get updates at much shorter intervals than what you have in your database. Instructions about how to set it up are inside the settings.php of the block. For users of API, Weather Display, Cumulus, Meteobridge, WS1001, WeatherCat and Weather Link it is also possible to add current UV data if your station has a UV sensor. It is also possible to set how you want to display wind direction (degrees or arrow image). If your station is offline the block will show this and it is also possible to set warnings (warning symbol pulsating below a particular paramter - limits for warnings can be specified in the settings, as well as colors for these warnings). Also possible to show trends.
In this block you select one parameter and it will dynamically update that parameter value. You can use this if you want to show one particular parameter in large font size. In the block settings you specify which parameter to show, which data source (API, Weather Display clientraw, Cumulus realtime, WeatherCat, database etc.) and the font-size.
This block will show you the time and time left until the next sunrise/sunset depending on the time of the day - in the early morning it will show the upcoming sunrise, during the day sunset and after sunset it will show the time and time remaining until the sunrise the next day.
This block takes advantage of the existing language files and allows you to insert a dictionary on your website. You can choose the two languages you want to translate (to and from) and it also has an option of dynamically updating the randomly selected term. Make sure you update your language files on a regular basis.
In this block you can specify URLs for images you want to display and for each you specify also the update interval. These images will then show in the block and update in the specified interval without entire page refresh. Each image can have different update interval.
This block allows you to specify triggers, which when activated will show a particular text. For example you can set triggers based on temperature, humidity, etc., but also sunrise, sunset, time of the day, particular day in a year, specific date etc. For each message you can also supply an icon and if no there are no messages to display at all, the block will completely disappear.
This block shows you the latest earthquakes. It is divided into two sections. The first section shows all the earthquakes in certain radius around your station. You can set this radius in the block settings. The next section then shows the most significant recent earthquakes for the whole Earth. You can also specify how many you want to show. There is also an icon of the globe, which when clicked, will show you google map with a marker where that particular earthquake occured.
This is a block which shows the forecast for the location you specify in the settings. There is a select box, which allows the user to switch between various forecast providers. I hope to add aditional providers in the future, currently the following are available: Yahoo Weather, Yr.no, DarkSky.net, WxSim and Weather Underground. All data is cached for fast loading and not exceeding your free API daily limit of calls.
This block shows a 48h forecast as an interactive image with a slider to slide through days. The background will reflect the forecasted condition and show for example animated rain, lightning (when thunderstorm is forecasted), falling snow, sun, sunrise, sunset, fog etc. In addition you can also see the forecasted conditions (temperature, humidity, pressure, wind speed, dew point). It is a little bit like the interactive banner, but it uses much less CPU power and of course there is no Flash or similar technologies used.
A more robust version of the gauges. This block REQUIRES the SteelSeries plugin and uses the settings you specified for this plugin. It is however optimized for viewing as a block, you can specify different gauge size and there is no summary page or graphs. Other than that it supports all the features of the SteelSeries plugin (localization, design, other customizations etc.). It also uses all the plugin settings for the updates and paths so you only have to set the gauge size and you are ready.
This block shows regional warnings for Germany. The warnings for the default state you select in the settings are displayed directly, other states are displayed when you click the 'more' link. There is also a zoomable map included.
A simple block where you define various text strings to be displayed depending on the time of the day. This can be used for example to say Good morning, good evening etc. In the settings you just set as many intervals as you like and the default text and it is also possible to set particular color for each interval.
An RSS feed for hurricane-related news for Atlantic, Indian Ocean and Western and Eastern Pacific. There is also a map and details for each report can be viewed directly from the page. Data is being cached from NOAA.
This block shows a random image, which can be zoomed to full size. The image is selected randomly from the 'images' directory of this block. There is also a page for you as an admin, from which you can delete/upload images directly using your admin password. Instructions how to use this block are in the 'settings.php'.
This block is pretty much a condensed version of your interactive graphs. It allows the user to select the parameter, grouping and interval. The graphs are updated directly in the block, without the need to refresh the page. It is also possible to set colors of the graphs (versions 3.0+).
This block shows your station latitude, longitude and elevation, along with a link to a popup with an interactive map showing your station position. In the settings you can define the default zoom and map type.
This block will show an image from the NASA images of the day gallery. You can specify if you want to show always just the most recent one, or choose one randomly from the approximately 30 available in the past.
This block includes close to 50 different satellite images from several Earth-orbiting satellites covering the area of North America, primarily Canada. Images can be selected by the user and zoomed in.
This block is a sliding news feed. On a separate page you can insert/delete items and this is then displayed on the homepage. It cannot be seen on the screenshot, but once there is more items, they will animate and slide down. You can use the settings to set if you want to autoplay on load or stop on mouse over etc. Instructions how to use are given in the settings.
This block allows you to create a poll. First you specify a question and the possible answers. Then users can vote and display the results. A mechanism also checks your IP so one user can only vote once. In the block setup you can also reset votes or delete and create a new poll.
This block shows today's time of Sun rise, Sun set, Moon rise, Moon set and also the times of transits and day length and night length. In addition, in the collapsed view you can see the differences in the length of the day and a pie chart of today's length of the day in comaprison to the longest day of the year, twilight pie chart, a summary table and visualization of station latitude.
In this block you can specify as many RSS feeds as you like and it will display them (assuming they confirm to the proper RSS format). Additionally, the items are automatically sliced into pages and you can specify the maximum number of items per page and you can also limit the length of the text for one item, which means if it is longer, it will be truncated at the nearest word, but making sure any HTML tags are preserved. Also supports pictures.
This block is for users who have a sensor that measures soil temperature, soil moisture or leaf wetness. You can choose which of those three sensors you want to enable. Currently supports Weather Display, Cumulus and WeatherCat.
This block will show summary of all the parameters measured by your station. This includes the average, minimum and maximum. The user can change the interval (today, yesterday, this month, this year, all time etc.). The data refresh without the need to refresh the page.
This block shows the current status of your station. In the settings you specify the interval and if no data is in the database within that interval from now, the station will display as offline. In addition you can also set it to display outages - you specify the number of days to check and it will show any periods when your station was offline in that time. Users of the API will also see the SW type used for updates.
This is one of the most sophisticated and complicated blocks. It is divided into several sections. The whole point of this block is to give a sort of daily summary/almanach of things, but not just using tables and graphs, but rather in a more 'human way'. The script takes data from the database, forecast from external source and also makes its own calculations to generate a word description of various things. This includes current values, forecast, information about lunar and solar eclipses, Moon phases, Sun and Moon rise and set, interesting days, such as days with some weather related world records, meteor showers, season changes etc. It analyzes long-term data as well as current data. It will tell you for example what the temperatures were like today, what you can expect tomorrow based on long-term averages, it will summarize the forecast for the upcoming week and also provide lots of other information.
The script has algorithms that analyze the numerical data and their relationships and then generate a text such as 'based on long-term averages, the temperatures tomorrow can range between X and Y, with an average value of X, which is Y degrees more than today. The absolute minimum ever recorded on this day is X (measured on X at Y hours)'.... etc. The algorithms also have several variants, which means it randomly chooses particular words and their synonyms so the generated text is always unique and calculated in real-time. The info shown obviously depends on the particular day. Below are just some example strings generated by the block and screenshots. It will of course use the units and settings based on your config.php or user selection.
Today is Friday, February 19, 2016. The Sun rises today at 06:55 and sets at 17:19, which means the day is 3 minutes longer than yesterday. Moon rise is at 14:11, set at 04:40. The current Moon illumination is 86.4% (Waxing gibbous).
It is currently 4.5°C with a SE wind blowing at 6.1 kmh and gusts of 9.7 kmh. The total rainfall amount since midnight is 11.4mm. The current pressure is 1016.3 hpa and rising slowly. The humidity is now 99 % and dew point and apparent temperature 4.4°C and 2.1°C respectively.
Tomorrow morning the forecasted weather condition is cloudy and temperatures around 1°C. Light breeze from west-northwest with a speed of around 7 kmh. Later in the morning tomorrow, the temperatures are going to go down by about 2° to -1°C. Light breeze from west with a speed of approximately 7 kmh. The temperatures in the afternoon are going to go up by about 8° to 7°C and cloudy. Gentle breeze from west-southwest with a speed of around 14 kmh. Tomorrow evening and night we expect rain and temperatures decrease to 5°. The precipitation amount should be approximately 1.1mm. Gentle breeze from southwest at roughly 13 kmh.
So far the maximum temperature today has been 5.1°C and minimum 2.2°C, with an average of 3.8°C. This is 2.6°C less than yesterday, when the average was 6.3°C (max 8.3° and min 2.3°C). The long-term average for the station on this day is 2.7°C. Absolute maximum of 9.3°C was measured in 2015, while the absolute minimum in 2012 (-0.7°C). Therefore so far, today is 1.0° above the long-term average for 19th February. Overall monthly maximum temperature so far was 16.4°, measured on the 9th at 20:39. The minimum temperature for February 2016 is -1.4°, observed on the 12th at 07:19. February 2016 with an average temperature of 5.6 °C is currently 3.7°C above the long-term average for February (1.9°C). The maximum temperature ever recorded in February is 15.0°C and this was in 2012. In contrast, in 2012, the temperature dropped as low as -16.4°C.
Both today and yesterday there was some rain observed. While yesterday there was a total of 17.7 mm, today it has been 11.4 mm so far since midnight. Since the 1st of this month, the cumulative rainfall is 55.2 mm. The maximum daily precipitation in February 2016 is 17.7 mm, measured on the 18th. In general, the average daily precipitation in February is 0.9 mm and overall February average total rainfall is 24.8 mm.
Strongest wind gust today was 20.9 kmh, measured at 12:07. Yesterday it was 31.7 kmh. The average wind speed in February 2016 is currently 7.3, with average wind gust being 10.3 kmh, in general the long-term average for this month is 4.7 in case of the average wind speed, the average wind gust is 8.3 kmh. 19th February in particular then has an average wind speed of 3.7 kmh and gust 6.7 kmh (today's average 8.1 kmh for wind speed and 11.6 kmh for wind gust, yesterday the average wind speed was 5.4 kmh and wind gust 7.6 kmh).
Tomorrow, on Saturday February 20, 2016, the Sun will rise at 06:53 and set at 17:20, which means the day will be 4 minutes longer than today. Moon rise is tomorrow at 15:14 and set at 05:21. The average daily precipitation is 0.1 mm, absolute maximum being 0.3 mm (2013) and minimum 0.0 mm (2012; 2014; 2015).
The upcoming Monday, February 22 at 19:20 will be a Full Moon.
On Jun 23, 1982, the temperature at the South Pole fell to -82.8°C (-117.0°F), which is currently the lowest ever recorded temperature there.
Tomorrow at 15:05 (14:05 UTC) will be a solar eclipse. It is a total eclipse, with a duration of 354s. The central path coordinates are 55N and 111W, azimuth 38° and altitude 44°.
It is currently possible to watch the Leonid meteor showers, which can be observed from Nov 11 until Nov 12.
Astronomical summer begins tomorrow at 4:02 AM.
At 2:22 today the Moon will be in its last quarter.
A block that shows current weather conditions for Swedish cities (temperature, humidity, pressure, precipitation, wind speed). It is also possible to sort the data from minimum to maximum and data is cached.
This block connects directly to the Twitter API and allows you to display your and your friends' tweets, using the styling of your template and also caching, which speeds things up. You can also specify the maximum number of tweets to display. Instructions how to set it up are given in the settings.php.
This block adds the national and regional radar images from the U.S. You can choose the default regional radar and the user can then select any other one. The national radar includes images such as temperature, infrasat. precipitation etc. In the settings you can also specify how to align the two images.
This block shows the current air quality. In particular it gives the air quality index (AQI) which is based on the concentration of the particular pollutant. It gives information about PM2.5, PM10 and ozone, depending on data availability (data source: airnow.gov). You can also view more information about what the current value means and there is also a general information about these pollutants and the individual limits.
This block allows you to specify unlimited number of cities in the United States and show their current conditions. Data is loaded from the NWS, cached and there are a few other parameters you can set.
A block for the GrLevelX that allows you to show the latest GrLevelX software generated radar images on your homepage. The images will autoupdate without the need to reload the site and also show a message if the image files are outdated.
This block shows a map where the user can choose a point in the area of the United States and it will show them the NWS forecast for that place. If you only want to show forecast for your location use the nwsForecast block instead, this one does not use caching and therefore will be slower.
This block works just like the nwsForecast, but instead of using your station coordinates, you can specify different coordinates and you can specify more than one location. In addition, you can limit the maximum number of icons/forecasts displayed. Compact mode is available if you want to place this block in a wider column.
Using this block you can add images from your webcam(s) to the site. There can be unlimited number of them and you can specify the auto-update interval. Also includes a map with the position of the webcam.
This block is dependent on the Webcam plugin. It loads all images available from today and shows them in a timelapse. If no images are found for today, the block will completely disappear from the homepage.
This block allows you to specify intervals (in hour steps) for which the block will show prevailing wind direction, avg/max wind speed and avg/max wind gust. There are graphs included as well and you can customize many things such as graph line color, width etc.
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