Weewx_pws.xml seems to contain the desired info.
As for the rain, I checked to obte, ir rain of the last 15 minutes
(archiving via php and cron every 15 minutes) tomorrow thunderstorms are
expected to see what this is going, actually $ span seemed to be problem, I
will try still.
Le lundi 7 août 2017 02:40:15 UTC+2, gjr80 a écrit :
> Well the date time now makes sense but there is still a fundamental
> problem here. If you have this:
> <realtime><data realtime="minrain">$span($time_delta=900).rain.sum.
> in your .tmpl file then the generated file will have
> <realtime><data realtime="minrain">
> in there somewhere, irrespective of whether the $span tag is right, wrong
> or indifferent. I do not see this text anywhere in your generated file.
> For all those who have the same problem:
>> On the rain I do not know if it is correct, it does not rain often in
> Have you made more changes to weewx_pws.xml.tmpl? Did these changes come
> through in your generated weewx_pws.xml? What about the $span line?
> The tag $hour.rain.min.formatted will display the minimum archive period
> rainfall from all of the archive periods in the current hour. So if there
> was rainfall in each archive period in the current hour you will get the
> minimum of these values, if there was an archive period in the current hour
> during which it did not rain you will get 0. Is this really what you are
> trying to display, <data realtime="rainheure"> seems to imply you want
> the rainfall in the last immediate 1 hour period?
> $span($time_delta=3600).rain.sum.formatted will display the rainfall in the
> last immediate 1 hour period. ($hour works on x:00 hour boundaries).
> On the other hand it returns only the minimum and maximum temperature of
>> the current month.
>> I extract this data via a php page, are you able to specify the desired
> I assume you are referring to $month.outTemp.max.formatted ? If so, as
> you rightly say this will provide the max outTemp seen in the current
> calendar month, so at 06:00 on 1 August it will return the max outTemp
> seen in the last 6 hours, $month works on the the period since midnight
> on the 1st of the current month. If you want the max outTemp from some
> other month in the past, say March, then this is not easily done with the
> weeWX tags, it can be done but it will require some python coding either in
> a template or as a search list extension.
> It might help if you could describe exactly what you want in each of your
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