Thank you.  Worked perfectly for me.  Since we are likely to be hit by a 
tropical storm in the next day or two (I live in Houston, Texas), this will 
be pretty interesting.

On Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at 3:14:20 PM UTC-5, WindnFog wrote:
>
> If you want to avoid Java, I cobbled together some code based on gjr80's 
> template and added it to /etc/weewx/skins/Standard/index.html.tmpl as 
> follows:
>
> ##        Calculate today's highest Beaufort based on wind speed in knots
>       
>           #if $varExists('day.windSpeed') and $day.windSpeed.max.raw is 
> not None
>           #if $unit.unit_type.windSpeed == 'mile_per_hour'
>           #set $kts = $day.windSpeed.max.raw * 0.8689762
>           #elif $unit.unit_type.windSpeed == 'km_per_hour'
>             #set $kts = $day.windSpeed.max.raw * 0.539956
>           #elif $unit.unit_type.windSpeed == 'meter_per_second'
>             #set $kts = $day.windSpeed.max.raw * 1.943844
>           #elif $unit.unit_type.windSpeed == 'knot'
>             #set $kts = $day.windSpeed.max.raw
>           #else
>             #set $kts = 0
>           #end if
>           #if $kts < 1
>             #set $beaufort = 0
>             #set $word_beaufort = 'Calm'
>           #elif $kts < 4
>             #set $beaufort = 1
>             #set $word_beaufort = 'Light air'
>           #elif $kts < 7
>             #set $beaufort = 2
>             #set $word_beaufort = 'Light breeze'
>           #elif $kts < 11
>             #set $beaufort = 3
>             #set $word_beaufort = 'Gentle breeze'
>           #elif $kts < 17
>             #set $beaufort = 4
>             #set $word_beaufort = 'Moderate breeze'
>           #elif $kts < 22
>             #set $beaufort = 5
>             #set $word_beaufort = 'Fresh breeze'
>           #elif $kts < 28
>             #set $beaufort = 6
>             #set $word_beaufort = 'Strong breeze'
>           #elif $kts < 34
>             #set $beaufort = 7
>             #set $word_beaufort = 'High wind'
>           #elif $kts < 41
>             #set $beaufort = 8
>             #set $word_beaufort = 'Gale'
>           #elif $kts < 48
>             #set $beaufort = 9
>             #set $word_beaufort = 'Strong gale'
>           #elif $kts < 56
>             #set $beaufort = 10
>             #set $word_beaufort = 'Storm'
>           #elif $kts < 64
>             #set $beaufort = 11
>             #set $word_beaufort = 'Violent storm'
>           #else
>             #set $beaufort = 12
>             #set $word_beaufort = 'Hurricane'
>           #end if
>           #else
>             #set $beaufort = 'N/A'
>           #end if
>
>  Put the above somewhere near the top, and then modify the Since Midnight 
> table by adding a couple of lines in the High Wind row:
>
>                 <td class="stats_label">
>                   High Wind<br/>
>                   High Beaufort Scale
>                 </td>
>                 <td class="stats_data">
>                   $day.wind.max from $day.wind.gustdir at $day.wind.maxtime
> <br/>
>                   $beaufort or $word_beaufort at $day.wind.maxtime
>                 </td>
>
> - Paul VE1DX
>
> https://www.ve1dx.net/
>
>
>
>
> On Sunday, March 16, 2014 at 12:50:02 PM UTC-3, Ronald Wildner wrote:
>>
>> Thanks !
>>  With $current.windSpeed.raw and some Javascript  it was easy and fits 
>> perfectly for me ! .raw was what I was looking for ;-)
>>
>>
>> Am Sonntag, 16. März 2014 12:53:38 UTC+1 schrieb Andrew Milner:
>>>
>>> the simplest way would be to replace $current.windSpeed with something 
>>> like (($current.windSpeed.raw + 5) * 5) in the templates wherever needed I 
>>> would have thought.  More comolex to actually add the unit type to be 
>>> generally available, but possible - read the user manual for more details 
>>> on unit types  - under extensions I think, but could be ustomisation - not 
>>> sure which it comes under!!
>>>
>>>
>>> On 16 March 2014 11:12, Ronald Wildner <ronwi...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Thanks for the quick anwer ...
>>>> I am pretty new to weewx ...
>>>>  how can I now  add the calculated bft to my template ... (something 
>>>> like $current.windSpeed.bft) ?
>>>> Am Sonntag, 16. März 2014 09:08:27 UTC+1 schrieb Ronald Wildner:
>>>>>
>>>>> I am wondering if there is any hint to display current WindSpeed in 
>>>>> Beaufort !
>>>>> I used google and the search -function, but could not find anything 
>>>>> adequate ;-)
>>>>>
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