I have been doing or working with weather since I was 7 years old, now in my 40's and have done it both professionally and personally.
By: Tmax, 10:15 AM GMT on February 06, 2014
For those having issues please remember the following. God helps those who help themselves. You can not rely on or count on wunderground, the weather channel, nws or noaa to fix or run your station for you. It requires hands on active user input to keep it running. If you are not in it for the science then don't put it on wunderground. This is serious work carried out by serious people who love a particular thing, WEATHER! If you are learning about it in a classroom...
Updated: 10:16 AM GMT on February 06, 2014
By: Tmax, 12:07 PM GMT on January 23, 2014
Got to thinking the other day (yes i know that's dangerous) and i gave some consideration to this new site, you know the beta or dummy version as most have dubbed it. I find it runs afoul of the true spirit of the weather network. We are a huge and awesome group of weather watchers and i don't think the new page gives us the credits we deserve for doing what we are doing. Leave the weather channel to do the dummy app if they want but leave wunderground alone as it i...
By: Tmax, 7:43 PM GMT on September 21, 2012
I have often wonder what kind of person opens a private weather station. This is simple or so one would think, everyone does what they do for whatever reason they do things. It can be anything from just for the heck of it to something more clinical that you wish to provide fast and accurate service or better service for your area. It can be done or so i was always told as a kid. If you work for it you can achieve it. Often though we are swept under the rug by big br...
By: Tmax, 1:10 PM GMT on March 17, 2012
We are all a part of a huge network of private stations. We are often friends, or neighbors. We do this because we can and not because we have to. However there are a few things taking place that makes all of what I said above a moot point.
Hate to call you this but you newbie’s to the network need to put on your listening caps, and take advantage of what us elder stations have had to do just to get where we are today. First and most import! Why are ...
Updated: 6:43 AM GMT on February 03, 2014