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A cocoa java utility to look up the local forecast from weather.com using your 5 digit zip code. This will give you both the current weather conditions as well as a weekly forecast. I wrote this software because I didn't want a docklet or a toolbar application that is running all the time. I find this is a waste of resources and is also often buggy.
Global Warmth 2.1
Automatically receive the latest weather and forecast from your favorite weather stations from around the US and the planet - and display the info just the way you want, including as a menu extra, as a floating command center with hot tips, the classic thermometer view, on the dock icon, and in the multiple station viewer.
Lightsoft Weather Center 0.5.1
Lightsoft Weather Center (LWC) is a weather graphing, monitoring and analysis application for Mac OS X. LWC is designed to work with hardware based weather stations (currently Davis Vantage range and La Crosse WS23xx range supported) as well as using Internet based weather sources to monitor two other locations.
As data is gathered and stored in its database LWC allows you to view weather statistics such as the lowest temperature, or the highest wind speed over any time period stored in the database. In addition LWC contains a journal for weather notes and can generate web pages containing current conditions, graphs, statistics and a web-cam image. LWC can upload these web pages to your server for display via a web browser anywhere in the world. LWC also supports uploading to Wunderground Personal Weather Station pages, CWOP, custom web page processing for more complex web pages and close to real time custom CGI upload.
LWC also monitors the weather and can run a set of pre-defined and user programmed alerts that can trigger emails, send SMS messages to your mobile phone and/or run scripts should an alert trigger.
Meteorologist is a free weather program for OS X. It allows users total control over their weather viewing, including simultaneous interlaced weather reports from multiple weather servers, multiple weather locations, weather alerts and much more.
A cocoa application to look up the local forecast from weather.com using your 5 digit zip code. This will give you both the current weather conditions as well as a weekly forecast. I wrote this software because I didn't want a docklet or a toolbar application that is running all the time. I find this is a waste of resources and is also often buggy. Coded using Cocoa PyObjC and open standards.
Seasonality takes weather monitoring to a whole new level with weather forecasts, radar images, sunrise/sunset times, and much more. View informative icons demonstrating what weather is coming your way over the next 7 days. Use radar images to check out where it is raining or snowing. Compare this month's weather conditions to last month's, or even last year's. Keep track of just your hometown or multiple cities across the U.S.
Son of Weather Grok 4.2.2
Son of Weather Grok is an application that displays current weather conditions and forecasts for cities from around the world. It taps into NOAA's (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) data center using 4 letter ICAO codes for Airports. Son of Grok will show the temperature, sky conditions, humidity, wind speed, pressure, ceiling, visibility, and much more.
WeatherDock displays weather information based on xml-feeds supplied by weather.com. It displays textual weather information as well as icon-based. It actively updates the Dock icon based on the current conditions. Next to the current conditions it contains 5 day forecasts.
WeatherHawk is a system composed of weather monitoring meteorological instruments with data loggers to store measurements. Discover how the WeatherHawk wireless personal weather station combines high reliability sensors, powerful spread spectrum radios, and display software options to create a family of easy-to-use weather stations.
WeatherHawk-X was written for the Mac OS X operating system V.10.2.8 or later, for use solely with the WeatherHawk family of personal weather stations.
The Demo software download below is designed to show the display features of the application using an embedded data file. In some cases a feature may not demonstrate using this software because the feature requires a dynamic data input. This demonstration software will not operate with a functional weather station.
WeatherHawk OS X software updates are at no charge to system owners for the life of the product.
WeatherLink for Mac OSX, for Vantage Pro2 and Original Vantage Pro
For the ultimate in weather monitoring, add WeatherLink to your Vantage Pro or Pro2. The data logger fits neatly into the weather station console or Weather Envoy, storing weather data even when it's not connected to your PC. Later, download the data and use the software to create graphs, generate summaries, and more.
See current conditions at a glance on the instant weather bulletin. Graph data on a daily, weekly, or yearly basis. Or view multiple weather variables at the same time to see their relationships.
Create Weather Watcher Reports in NOAA National Climatic Data Center Format.
Create your own weather website or post weather conditions to a LAN using our included HTML templates. Upload other files (such as images from a webcam) along with your weather data.
Automatically puts multiple icons in the menu bar.
Downloads and displays current weather info for multiple cities worldwide.
Can put MULTIPLE icons in the menubar for multiple cities.
Full Forecast information
Inform you of current weather alerts
National Weather Service Radar
Full Solor and Lunar information
Originally MacWeather. WeatherTracker is a shareware application that provides an easy-to-use interface to the Internet weather servers at The Weather Underground. Hourly weather conditions, local forecasts, and climatic data are available for nearly 1500 cities in North America. Daily observations are also available for many cities worldwide.
wview is a collection of linux/unix daemons which interface with a supported weather station to retrieve archive records (if generated by the station) and current conditions. The stations currently supported are:
* Davis Vantage Pro/Pro2
* Vaisala WXT-510
* Station Simulator
If the station does not generate archive records internally, wview will auto-generate archive records based on the sensor readings collected for that interval. The archive records are stored in the Davis WLK file format (thus Weatherlink-generated archive files can often be used by wview). At a configurable interval, wview will utilize the archive history and current conditions to generate weather images (buckets, dials and graphs) and HTML web pages based on user-configurable HTML templates.
Wx is a specialized internet weather app for Mac OS X that downloads and processes weather information and forecasts for the United States. The software links to free XML data on the internet from the US National Weather Service, and presents it in an attractive user-friendly interface. Wx can be configured to track weather conditions, watches/warnings/advisories, live radar, and forecast information for up to 20 locations, and it can download up to 20 weather maps or images. Optional add-ons allow each user to customize Wx for their lifestyle, hobbies, and activities. Wx downloads data on-demand, and can be configured to download data automatically on a periodic basis. Current weather conditions are summarized in the app's dock icon and dock menu, a floating "MiniWx" panel, and a Quartz screensaver. Wx can also export settings for an iPhone, allowing it to use the iPhoneWx web app.
New in Wx 5 is "iPhoneWx", a web app that displays Wx locations and maps on your iPhone. Here's how it works -- set up weather locations and maps in Wx. Then, choose "iPhoneWx Export" from the Wx menu and export an iPhoneWx bookmark to Safari. Hook your iPhone up to your computer, sync your bookmarks, and that's it! Just tap the iPhoneWx bookmark in Safari on your iPhone, and have access to your own custom weather center anywhere you go (wi-fi or EDGE access required).
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