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Meteoclub
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Introduction to Greek Meteorology!

Post by Meteoclub » Fri 07 Nov 2008 3:19 pm

Hello to everyone!
First of all i want to congratulate Steve for the creation of the program "Cumulus" and the forum here :)
I have the website "Meteoclub.gr" which is a greek community website about Meteorology.
I already have hosted 3 weather stations "National Geographic - 265NE" with the program "Cumulus" which are :
http://metamorfosi.meteoclub.gr/
http://neopsichiko.meteoclub.gr/
http://dionysos.meteoclub.gr/
...and i will continue to host more weather stations inside Meteoclub.gr with the cumulus program.
These stations are from regions of Athens - Greece :)

Keep on the great job!
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Re: Introduction to Greek Meteorology!

Post by aadal » Fri 07 Nov 2008 8:04 pm

Hi there from Norway :D

I am more familiar with Greek Mythology then Greek Meteorology, nice to follow the weather there.
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Re: Introduction to Greek Meteorology!

Post by TgT » Fri 07 Nov 2008 8:39 pm

Hi there!

How good are those stations by performance? ws2300 level or wmr level?
Sicne i cant find any information you could write some.. :oops: updates interval etc :?
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Re: Introduction to Greek Meteorology!

Post by aadal » Sat 08 Nov 2008 1:19 am

TgT wrote:Hi there!

How good are those stations by performance? ws2300 level or wmr level?
Sicne i cant find any information you could write some.. :oops: updates interval etc :?

Here is link http://www.heavyweather.info/english_uk ... _2300.html


What you mean about level or wmr, i need to get it with a spoon... please inform me...about it..
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Re: Introduction to Greek Meteorology!

Post by TgT » Sat 08 Nov 2008 1:44 am

Im just wondering how good are those (National Geographic - 265NE) compared to ws2300 or wmr series?
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Re: Introduction to Greek Meteorology!

Post by Meteoclub » Sat 08 Nov 2008 10:05 am

Good Morning.
Actually i haven't tried to install Heavyweather to work with 265NE. The simultaneous run of Cumulus and Easyweather is a bad idea (At least for me) because appears a weird malfuction in Easyweather software , and the weather data (See 5893c or 3087hPa !!) So i'm working only the Cumulus Software.
Now for the performance of the weather station 265NE.
Since yesterday i was testing the weather station at very "tough" conditions and the conclution made me happy.
1. The external temp sensor MUST have the cage , the values i took was about -0.3c to -0.5c instead of the other 2 external temp sensors i have got (in the same position).
1b. The external temp sensor MUST be in the shadow , the cage of the sensor isn't enough to protect the sensor from the sun so it is prefferable to put the sensor in the shadow.
1c. The internal temp sensor , has an issue , somehow it counts about +1c to +1.5c.
No problem is observed with Rain gauge and the wind meter and gauge also.
2. The transmitter sends data to the touch screen panel every 17-20 seconds, so it is prefferable to use Lithium batteries instead of simple AA 1.5v batteries.
And the last one , i think that the weather station is very competitive with other models.
Regards , Stelios
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Re: Introduction to Greek Meteorology!

Post by steve » Sat 08 Nov 2008 12:05 pm

Meteoclub wrote:The simultaneous run of Cumulus and Easyweather is a bad idea (At least for me)
For everybody :)

The weather station just gets confused if two things are talking to it at the same time.

Steve

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Re: Introduction to Greek Meteorology!

Post by Meteoclub » Tue 18 Nov 2008 11:18 pm

4 weather stations were added with the support of "Cumulus"

http://alepochori.meteoclub.gr/
http://nikaia.meteoclub.gr/
http://neapoli.meteoclub.gr/
http://chalandri.meteoclub.gr/

The summary of the weather stations that support cumulus are 7

Keep on the great job Steve , i'm waiting for the stable version of 1.8.3 :)
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Re: Introduction to Greek Meteorology!

Post by steve » Wed 19 Nov 2008 8:31 am

Meteoclub wrote:Keep on the great job Steve , i'm waiting for the stable version of 1.8.3 :)
Shouldn't be long now :)

Steve

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Re: Introduction to Greek Meteorology!

Post by Meteoclub » Sun 07 Dec 2008 5:11 pm

One more weather station (National Geographic - 265NE) is added with Cumulus software
http://argyroupoli.meteoclub.gr
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Re: Introduction to Greek Meteorology!

Post by Meteoclub » Mon 09 Mar 2009 10:25 am

Hello to everybody.
This is the completed list of weather stations till now that are hosted inside Meteoclub.gr , using the cumulus software

http://alepochori.meteoclub.gr/
http://argyroupoli.meteoclub.gr/
http://dionysos.meteoclub.gr/
http://keratsini.meteoclub.gr/
http://marathonas.meteoclub.gr/
http://metamorfosi.meteoclub.gr/
http://neapoli.meteoclub.gr/
http://nikaia.meteoclub.gr/
http://pireas.meteoclub.gr/
http://chalandri.meteoclub.gr/
http://neakrini.meteoclub.gr/
http://melissiatika.meteoclub.gr/
http://larisa.meteoclub.gr/

By the way , spring conditions will take effect these days in Greece.We expect temperatures around 17-20 degrees with calm winds.
Greetings to all!
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