Sorry for my extremelly late response. It is still a problem with UV value
driver is Interceptor
driver = weewx.drivers.acurite

LOOP:   2018-04-10 10:16:49 CEST (1523348209) altimeter: 29.728946262, 
appTemp: 54.3988471307, barometer: 29.7445129684, cloudbase: 1023.64799442, 
dateTime: 1523348209, dewpoint: 53.24, heatindex: 53.42, humidex: 
57.2526191519, inDewpoint: 56.3317947215, inHumidity: 59.0, inTemp: 71.42, 
maxSolarRad: None, outHumidity: 99.0, outTemp: 53.42, pressure: 
28.7178464013, radiation: 103.709636, rain: None, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 
1, UV: 472.0, windchill: 53.42, windDir: None, windGust: 0.0, windGustDir: 
None, windSpeed: 0.0
LOOP:   2018-04-10 10:17:05 CEST (1523348225) altimeter: 29.728946262, 
appTemp: 54.3988471307, barometer: 29.7445129684, cloudbase: 1023.64799442, 
dateTime: 1523348225, dewpoint: 53.24, heatindex: 53.42, humidex: 
57.2526191519, inDewpoint: 56.3317947215, inHumidity: 59.0, inTemp: 71.42, 
maxSolarRad: None, outHumidity: 99.0, outTemp: 53.42, pressure: 
28.7178464013, radiation: 105.383024, rain: 0.0, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 1, 
UV: 487.0, windchill: 53.42, windDir: None, windGust: 0.0, windGustDir: 
None, windSpeed: 0.0
LOOP:   2018-04-10 10:17:16 CEST (1523348236) altimeter: 29.7350372327, 
appTemp: 54.3988471307, barometer: 29.7506458577, cloudbase: 1023.64799442, 
dateTime: 1523348236, dewpoint: 53.24, heatindex: 53.42, humidex: 
57.2526191519, inDewpoint: 56.3317947215, inHumidity: 59.0, inTemp: 71.42, 
maxSolarRad: None, outHumidity: 99.0, outTemp: 53.42, pressure: 
28.7237676067, radiation: 105.383024, rain: 0.0, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 1, 
UV: 487.0, windchill: 53.42, windDir: None, windGust: 0.0, windGustDir: 
None, windSpeed: 0.0
REC:    2018-04-10 10:17:00 CEST (1523348220) altimeter: 29.728946262, 
appTemp: 54.3988471307, barometer: 29.7445129684, cloudbase: 1023.64799442, 
dateTime: 1523348220.0, dewpoint: 53.24, ET: 5.55883840061e-05, heatindex: 
53.42, humidex: 57.2526191519, inDewpoint: 56.3317947215, inHumidity: 59.0, 
inTemp: 71.42, interval: 1, maxSolarRad: None, outHumidity: 99.0, outTemp: 
53.42, pressure: 28.7178464013, radiation: 103.709636, rain: 0.0, rainRate: 
0.0, usUnits: 1, UV: 472.0, windchill: 53.42, windDir: None, windGust: 0.0, 
windGustDir: None, windrun: 0.0, windSpeed: 0.0
LOOP:   2018-04-10 10:17:21 CEST (1523348241) altimeter: 29.7350372327, 
appTemp: 54.3988471307, barometer: 29.7506458577, cloudbase: 1023.64799442, 
dateTime: 1523348241, dewpoint: 53.24, heatindex: 53.42, humidex: 
57.2526191519, inDewpoint: 56.3317947215, inHumidity: 59.0, inTemp: 71.42, 
maxSolarRad: None, outHumidity: 99.0, outTemp: 53.42, pressure: 
28.7237676067, radiation: 107.3910896, rain: 0.0, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 
1, UV: 503.0, windchill: 53.42, windDir: None, windGust: 0.0, windGustDir: 
None, windSpeed: 0.0

LOOP:   2018-04-10 10:25:21 CEST (1523348721) altimeter: 29.7319917482, 
appTemp: 54.3988471307, barometer: 29.747579413, cloudbase: 1023.64799442, 
dateTime: 1523348721, dewpoint: 53.24, heatindex: 53.42, humidex: 
57.2526191519, inDewpoint: 56.3317947215, inHumidity: 59.0, inTemp: 71.42, 
maxSolarRad: None, outHumidity: 99.0, outTemp: 53.42, pressure: 
28.720807004, radiation: 150.8991776, rain: 0.0, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 1, 
UV: 796.0, windchill: 53.42, windDir: None, windGust: 0.0, windGustDir: 
None, windSpeed: 0.0
REC:    2018-04-10 10:25:00 CEST (1523348700) altimeter: 29.7319917482, 
appTemp: 54.3988471307, barometer: 29.747579413, cloudbase: 1023.64799442, 
dateTime: 1523348700.0, dewpoint: 53.24, ET: 5.95042263045e-05, heatindex: 
53.42, humidex: 57.2526191519, inDewpoint: 56.3317947215, inHumidity: 59.0, 
inTemp: 71.42, interval: 1, maxSolarRad: None, outHumidity: 99.0, outTemp: 
53.42, pressure: 28.720807004, radiation: 145.1166924, rain: 0.0, rainRate: 
0.0, usUnits: 1, UV: 754.0, windchill: 53.42, windDir: None, windGust: 0.0, 
windGustDir: None, windrun: 0.0, windSpeed: 0.0
LOOP:   2018-04-10 10:25:37 CEST (1523348737) altimeter: 29.7319917482, 
appTemp: 54.6328953667, barometer: 29.7472129727, cloudbase: 1023.69795672, 
dateTime: 1523348737, dewpoint: 53.42, heatindex: 53.6, humidex: 
57.5251059501, inDewpoint: 56.3317947215, inHumidity: 59.0, inTemp: 71.42, 
maxSolarRad: None, outHumidity: 99.0, outTemp: 53.6, pressure: 
28.720807004, radiation: 152.6283452, rain: 0.0, rainRate: 0.0, usUnits: 1, 
UV: 806.0, windchill: 53.6, windDir: None, windGust: 0.0, windGustDir: 
None, windSpeed: 0.0

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
debug

 wee_debug --info
Using verbosity=1, displaying most info

wee_debug output will be sent to stdout(console)

Using configuration file /etc/weewx/weewx.conf
Using database binding 'wx_binding', which is bound to database 
'archive_mysql'

System info
  Platform:       
Linux-3.10.0-693.21.1.el7.x86_64-x86_64-with-centos-7.4.1708-Core
  Python Version: 2.7.5

Load Information
  1 minute load average:  1.22
  5 minute load average:  4.96
  15 minute load average: 18.68

General Weewx info
  Weewx version 3.8.0 detected.

Station info
  Station type: Interceptor
  Driver:       user.interceptor

Driver info
[Interceptor]
    # This section is for the network traffic interceptor driver.

    # The driver to use:
    driver = user.interceptor

    # Specify the hardware device to capture.  Options include:
    #   acurite-bridge - acurite internet bridge
    #   observer - fine offset WH2600/HP1000/HP1003, aka 'observer'
    #   lw30x - oregon scientific LW301/LW302
    #   lacrosse-bridge - lacrosse GW1000U/C84612 internet bridge
    device_type = observer
    port = 9999

Currently installed extensions
Extension Name    Version   Description
interceptor       0.36      Capture weather data from HTTP requests
forecast          3.2.17    Generate and display weather and tide forecasts.

Archive info
  Database name:        weewx
  Table name:           archive
  Unit system:          1 (US)
  First good timestamp: 2017-09-16 00:50:00 CEST (1505515800)
  Last good timestamp:  2018-04-10 10:25:00 CEST (1523348700)
  Number of records:    213493
  weewx (weewx.conf) is set to use an archive interval of 60 seconds.
  The station hardware was not interrogated in determining archive interval.

Databases configured in weewx.conf
  Database name:        weewx.sdb
  Database driver:      weedb.sqlite

  Database name:        weewx
  Database driver:      weedb.mysql
  Database host:        localhost

  Database name:        forecast.sdb
  Database driver:      weedb.sqlite


Parsed and obfuscated weewx.conf
# WEEWX CONFIGURATION FILE
#
# Copyright (c) 2009-2015 Tom Keffer <tkef...@gmail.com>
# See the file LICENSE.txt for your rights.

##############################################################################

# This section is for general configuration information.

# Set to 1 for extra debug info, otherwise comment it out or set to zero
debug = 1

# Root directory of the weewx data file hierarchy for this station
WEEWX_ROOT = /

# How long to wait before timing out a socket (FTP, HTTP) connection
socket_timeout = 20

# Do not modify this. It is used when installing and updating weewx.
version = 3.8.0

##############################################################################

#   This section is for information about the station.

[Station]

    # Description of the station location
    location = Slovenia - Ljubljana

    # Latitude and longitude in decimal degrees
    latitude = 46.1299910
    longitude = 14.6003179

    # Altitude of the station, with unit it is in. This is downloaded from
    # from the station if the hardware supports it.
    altitude = 293, meter    # Choose 'foot' or 'meter' for unit

    # Set to type of station hardware. There must be a corresponding stanza
    # in this file with a 'driver' parameter indicating the driver to be 
used.
    station_type = Interceptor

    # The start of the rain year (1=January; 10=October, etc.). This is
    # downloaded from the station if the hardware supports it.
    rain_year_start = 1

    # Start of week (0=Monday, 6=Sunday)
    week_start = 0

    # If you have a website, you may specify an URL
    station_url = XXX obfuscated by wee_debug XXX

##############################################################################

[AcuRite]
    # This section is for AcuRite weather stations.

    # The station model, e.g., 'AcuRite 01025' or 'AcuRite 02032C'
    model = AcuRite 01035

    # The driver to use:
    driver = weewx.drivers.acurite

##############################################################################

[FineOffsetUSB]
    # This section is for the Fine Offset series of weather stations.

    # The station model, e.g., WH1080, WS1090, WS2080, WH3081
    model = WS2080

    # How often to poll the station for data, in seconds
    polling_interval = 300

    # The driver to use:
    driver = weewx.drivers.fousb

##############################################################################

[Simulator]
    # This section is for the weewx weather station simulator

    # The time (in seconds) between LOOP packets.
    loop_interval = 2.5

    # The simulator mode can be either 'simulator' or 'generator'.
    # Real-time simulator. Sleep between each LOOP packet.
    mode = simulator
    # Generator.  Emit LOOP packets as fast as possible (useful for 
testing).
    #mode = generator

    # The start time. If not specified, the default is to use the present 
time.
    #start = 2011-01-01 00:00

    # The driver to use:
    driver = weewx.drivers.simulator

##############################################################################

[WS1]
    # This section is for the ADS WS1 series of weather stations.

    # Driver mode - tcp, udp, or serial
    mode = tcp

    # If serial, specify the serial port device. (ex. /dev/ttyS0, 
/dev/ttyUSB0,
    # or /dev/cuaU0)
    # If TCP, specify the IP address and port number. (ex. 
192.168.36.25:3000)
    port = 192.168.1.200

    # The amount of time, in seconds, before the connection fails if there 
is
    # no response
    timeout = 3

    # The driver to use:
    driver = weewx.drivers.ws1

##############################################################################

#   This section is for uploading data to Internet sites

[StdRESTful]

    [[StationRegistry]]
        # To register this weather station with weewx, set this to true
        register_this_station = false

    [[AWEKAS]]
        # This section is for configuring posts to AWEKAS.

        # If you wish to do this, set the option 'enable' to true,
        # and specify a username and password.
        enable = false
        username = XXX obfuscated by wee_debug XXX
        # To guard against parsing errors, put your password in quotes:
        password = XXX obfuscated by wee_debug XXX

    [[CWOP]]
        # This section is for configuring posts to CWOP.

        # If you wish to do this, set the option 'enable' to true,
        # and specify the station ID (e.g., CW1234).
        enable = false
        station = XXX obfuscated by wee_debug XXX

    # If this is an APRS (radio amateur) station, uncomment
    # the following and replace with a passcode (e.g., 12345).
    #passcode = replace_me (APRS stations only)

    [[PWSweather]]
        # This section is for configuring posts to PWSweather.com.

        # If you wish to do this, set the option 'enable' to true,
        # and specify a station and password.
        enable = false
        station = XXX obfuscated by wee_debug XXX
        # To guard against parsing errors, put your password in quotes:
        password = XXX obfuscated by wee_debug XXX

    [[WOW]]
        # This section is for configuring posts to WOW.

        # If you wish to do this, set the option 'enable' to true,
        # and specify a station and password.
        enable = false
        station = XXX obfuscated by wee_debug XXX
        # To guard against parsing errors, put your password in quotes:
        password = XXX obfuscated by wee_debug XXX

    [[Wunderground]]
        # This section is for configuring posts to the Weather Underground.

        # If you wish to do this, set the option 'enable' to true,
        # and specify a station (e.g., 'KORHOODR3') and password.
        enable = true
        station = XXX obfuscated by wee_debug XXX
        # To guard against parsing errors, put your password in quotes:
        password = XXX obfuscated by wee_debug XXX

        # Set the following to True to have weewx use the WU "Rapidfire"
        # protocol. Not all hardware can support it. See the User's Guide.
        rapidfire = True

##############################################################################

#   This section specifies what reports, using which skins, to generate.

[StdReport]

    # Where the skins reside, relative to WEEWX_ROOT
    SKIN_ROOT = /etc/weewx/skins

    # Where the generated reports should go, relative to WEEWX_ROOT
    HTML_ROOT = /var/www/html/weewx

    # The database binding indicates which data should be used in reports.
    data_binding = wx_binding

    # Each of the following subsections defines a report that will be run.

    [[StandardReport]]
        # See the customizing guide to change the units, plot types and line
        # colors, modify the fonts, display additional sensor data, and 
other
        # customizations. Many of those changes can be made here by 
overriding
        # parameters, or by modifying templates within the skin itself.

        # The StandardReport uses the 'Standard' skin, which contains the
        # images, templates and plots for the report.
        skin = sofaskin
        # MT Addition for forecast

        [[[Units]]]
            [[[[Groups]]]]
                group_altitude = meter
                group_speed2 = meter_per_second2
                group_pressure = mbar
                group_rain = mm
                group_rainrate = mm_per_hour
                group_temperature = degree_C
                group_degree_day = degree_C_day
                group_speed = meter_per_second
    [[forecast]]
        HTML_ROOT = /var/www/html/weewx/forecast
        skin = forecast


    [[FTP]]
        # FTP'ing the results to a webserver is treated as just another 
report,
        # albeit one with an unusual report generator!
        skin = Ftp

        # If you wish to use FTP, uncomment and fill out the next four 
lines.
        #user = replace with the ftp username
        #password = replace with the ftp password; put in quotes to guard 
against parsing errors.
        #server = replace with the ftp server name, e.g, www.threefools.org
        #path = replace with the ftp destination directory (e.g., /weather)

        # Set to True for an FTP over TLS (FTPS) connection. Not all servers
        # support this.
        secure_ftp = False

        # To upload files from something other than what HTML_ROOT is set
        # to above, specify a different HTML_ROOT here.
        #HTML_ROOT = /var/www/html/weewx

        # Most FTP servers use port 21
        port = 21

        # Set to 1 to use passive mode, zero for active mode
        passive = 1

    [[RSYNC]]
        # rsync'ing to a webserver is treated as just another report
        skin = Rsync

        # If you wish to use rsync, you must configure passwordless ssh 
using
        # public/private key authentication from the user account that weewx
        # runs as to the user account on the remote machine where the files
        # will be copied.
        #
        # The following three lines determine where files will be sent.
        #server = replace with the rsync server name, e.g, 
www.threefools.org
        #path = replace with the rsync destination directory (e.g., 
/weather)
        #user = replace with the rsync username

        # Rsync can be configured to remove files from the remote server if
        # they don't exist under HTML_ROOT locally. USE WITH CAUTION: if you
        # make a mistake in the remote path, you could could unintentionally
        # cause unrelated files to be deleted. Set to 1 to enable remote 
file
        # deletion, zero to allow files to accumulate remotely.
        delete = 0




##############################################################################

#   This service acts as a filter, converting the unit system coming from
#   the hardware to a unit system in the database.

[StdConvert]

    # The target_unit affects only the unit system in the database. Once
    # chosen it cannot be changed without converting the entire database.
    # Modification of target_unit after starting weewx will result in
    # corrupt data - the database will contain a mix of US and METRIC data.
    #
    # The value of target_unit does not affect the unit system for
    # reporting - reports can display US, Metric, or any combination of 
units.
    #
    # In most cases, target_unit should be left as the default: US
    #
    # In particular, those migrating from a standard wview installation
    # should use US since that is what the wview database contains.

    # DO NOT MODIFY THIS VALUE UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING!
    target_unit = US    # Options are 'US', 'METRICWX', or 'METRIC'

[StdCalibrate]

    [[Corrections]]

        # For each type, an arbitrary calibration expression can be given.
        # It should be in the units defined in the StdConvert section.
        # Example:
        # foo = foo + 0.2
        radiation = radiation * 0.752
        rainRate = rainRate * 0.1
        #barometer = barometer * 10.0025
        pressure = pressure * 1.002575
        # For each type, an arbitrary calibration expression can be given.
        # It should be in the units defined in the StdConvert section.
        # Example:
        foo = foo + 0.2
##############################################################################

#   This section is for quality control checks. If units are not specified,
#   values must be in the units defined in the StdConvert section.

[StdQC]

    [[MinMax]]
        barometer = 26, 32.5, inHg
        outTemp = -40, 120, degree_F
        inTemp = 10, 120, degree_F
        outHumidity = 0, 100
        inHumidity = 0, 100
        windSpeed = 0, 120, mile_per_hour
        pressure = 24, 34.5, inHg

##############################################################################

#   This section controls the origin of derived values.

[StdWXCalculate]

    [[Calculations]]
        # Derived quantities are calculated by this service. Possible 
values are:
        #  hardware        - use the value provided by hardware
        #  software        - use the value calculated by weewx
        #  prefer_hardware - use value provide by hardware if available,
        #                      otherwise use value calculated by weewx

        pressure = prefer_hardware
        barometer = prefer_hardware
        altimeter = prefer_hardware
        windchill = prefer_hardware
        heatindex = prefer_hardware
        dewpoint = prefer_hardware
        inDewpoint = prefer_hardware
        rainRate = prefer_hardware

##############################################################################

#   For hardware that supports it, this section controls how often the
#   onboard clock gets updated.

[StdTimeSynch]

    # How often to check the weather station clock for drift (in seconds)
    clock_check = 14400

    # How much it can drift before we will correct it (in seconds)
    max_drift = 5

##############################################################################

#   This section is for configuring the archive service.

[StdArchive]

    # If the station hardware supports data logging then the archive 
interval
    # will be downloaded from the station. Otherwise, specify it (in 
seconds).
    archive_interval = 60

    # If possible, new archive records are downloaded from the station
    # hardware. If the hardware does not support this, then new archive
    # records will be generated in software.
    # Set the following to "software" to force software record generation.
    record_generation = software

    # Whether to include LOOP data in hi/low statistics
    loop_hilo = True

    # The data binding used to save archive records
    data_binding = wx_binding

##############################################################################

#   This section binds a data store to a database.

[DataBindings]

    [[wx_binding]]
        # The database must match one of the sections in [Databases].
        # This is likely to be the only option you would want to change.
        database = archive_mysql
        #database = archive_sqlite
        # The name of the table within the database
        table_name = archive
        # The manager handles aggregation of data for historical summaries
        manager = weewx.wxmanager.WXDaySummaryManager
        # The schema defines the structure of the database.
        # It is *only* used when the database is created.
        schema = schemas.wview.schema
    [[forecast_binding]]
        database = forecast_sqlite

##############################################################################

#   This section defines various databases.

[Databases]

    # A SQLite database is simply a single file
    [[archive_sqlite]]
        database_type = SQLite
        database_name = weewx.sdb

    # MySQL
    [[archive_mysql]]
        database_type = MySQL
        database_name = weewx
    [[forecast_sqlite]]
        database_name = forecast.sdb
        database_type = SQLite

##############################################################################

#   This section defines defaults for the different types of databases.

[DatabaseTypes]

    # Defaults for SQLite databases
    [[SQLite]]
        driver = weedb.sqlite
        # Directory in which the database files are located
        SQLITE_ROOT = /var/lib/weewx

    # Defaults for MySQL databases
    [[MySQL]]
        driver = weedb.mysql
        # The host where the database is located
        host = localhost
        # The user name for logging in to the host
        user = XXX obfuscated by wee_debug XXX
        # The password for the user name. Put in quotes to guard against 
parsing errors.
        password = XXX obfuscated by wee_debug XXX

##############################################################################

#   This section configures the internal weewx engine.

[Engine]

    [[Services]]
        # This section specifies the services that should be run. They are
        # grouped by type, and the order of services within each group
        # determines the order in which the services will be run.
        prep_services = weewx.engine.StdTimeSynch
        data_services = ,
        process_services = weewx.engine.StdConvert, 
weewx.engine.StdCalibrate, weewx.engine.StdQC, 
weewx.wxservices.StdWXCalculate
        archive_services = weewx.engine.StdArchive, 
user.forecast.ZambrettiForecast, user.forecast.NWSForecast, 
user.forecast.WUForecast, user.forecast.OWMForecast, 
user.forecast.UKMOForecast, user.forecast.AerisForecast, 
user.forecast.WWOForecast, user.forecast.XTideForecast
        restful_services = weewx.restx.StdStationRegistry, 
weewx.restx.StdWunderground, weewx.restx.StdPWSweather, 
weewx.restx.StdCWOP, weewx.restx.StdWOW, weewx.restx.StdAWEKAS
        report_services = weewx.engine.StdPrint, weewx.engine.StdReport

##############################################################################

[Interceptor]
    # This section is for the network traffic interceptor driver.

    # The driver to use:
    driver = user.interceptor

    # Specify the hardware device to capture.  Options include:
    #   acurite-bridge - acurite internet bridge
    #   observer - fine offset WH2600/HP1000/HP1003, aka 'observer'
    #   lw30x - oregon scientific LW301/LW302
    #   lacrosse-bridge - lacrosse GW1000U/C84612 internet bridge
    device_type = observer
    port = 9999

##############################################################################

#   This section can adjust data using calibration expressions.

[1]



##############################################################################

[HP1000]
    # This section is for the weewx HP1000 weather station driver

    # The IP address mask to search for a weather station
    # Define this if you DO NOT have the 'netifaces' Python
    # package installed on your computer or you want to
    # force the driver to use a specific broadcase address
    #ip_address_mask = "10.1.1.255"

    # The retry count for getting a response from the weather station
    retry_count = 5

    # Socket timeout value (seconds)
    socket_timeout = 5

    # Loop delay time (seconds)
    # None or not specified means loop packets are generated as fast as 
possible
    # (approx every few seconds) and will increase network traffic volume
    loop_delay = 15

    # Number of times to try to access the network
    max_retry = 3

    # Number of seconds to wait between attempts to access the network
    retry_wait = 5

    # The driver to use:
    driver = user.HP1000
##############################################################################

[Forecast]
    data_binding = forecast_binding
    [[WU]]
        api_key = XXX obfuscated by wee_debug XXX    # specify a weather 
underground api_key

wee_debug report successfully generated
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Dne nedelja, 12. november 2017 15.10.07 UTC+1 je oseba mwall napisala:
>
> On Sunday, November 12, 2017 at 9:02:20 AM UTC-5, Damjan Hajsek wrote:
>>
>> It is aercus weather ranger and it is the same as ambient weather WS 1002
>> and on console I have UV index 1 on weewx it is 256.
>>
>
> what driver are you using?
>
> please post log output with debug=1
>
> please post some LOOP and REC data when running weewx directly
>
> m
>

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