Weather Station Hardware
Davis Instruments - our professional weather stations feature state-of-the-art technology at affordable prices. Used by thousands of schools, colleges, and universities throughout the world, they're also used in agriculture, industry, and research, and by homeowners, expeditions, storm chasers, and government agencies. Oregon Scientific - Handheld NOAA Weather Emergency Alert Radios with S.A.M.E. technology...Wireless digital weather stations for indoor/outdoor environmental observation...and an Air Quality Monitor to detect harmful levels of indoor pollutants. Innovations like these define Oregon Scientific, as one of the leading designers and marketers of upscale personal electronic products in the global electronics industry.
WeatherHawk - It's All About The Microclimate and a WeatherHawk personal weather station gives you the microclimate information you need for study, decision making or home irrigation system management. Columbia Weather Systems - offer a wide range of sensor parameters, a powerful touch-screen digital weather console, weather software, multiple communication options, and superior customer service.
RainWise - manufactures professional meteorological equipment for consumer, enterprise, and industrial applications. New Mountain - only all-in-one weather sensor that calculates apparent wind speed and direction, barometric pressure, air temperature, relative humidity, dew point and wind chill temperature. With the optional internal compass and Global Positioning System, true wind speed and direction can also be calculated.
Scientific Sales, Inc. - sharing our knowledge of various weather stations and weather instruments daily with weather enthusiasts, industrial concerns, educational institutions, government agencies, and anyone who has a requirement to measure weather. Weather Information Systems - We’ve helped thousands of businesses, individuals and public entities to decide what weather station or instrument is right for their needs and budget.
Weather Shack - Offering a variety of cabled, wireless, and portable weather stations, weather radios, wireless rain gauges, and radio controlled clocks including free shipping, free batteries, and great customer service! WeatherShop - has been around longer (since 1996), shipped more orders, and provided more custom weather solutions than any other weather site on the web.  We have customers all over the world in Education, Media, Government, Research, and just plain folks who like to watch the weather.
Ambient Weather - Ambient Weather has been serving customers on the internet since 1998. Ambient Weather is the market leader in weather station and environmental monitoring instruments. We also offer over 110,000 different products on our website, including consumer electronics, media, personal safety and home improvement. Provantage - Provantage is the leading independent dealer of technology and personal computer products on the web. Our company name reflects our commitment to providing the PROFESSIONAL ADVANTAGE to all of our customers. We've been serving the needs of the computer industry since for over 23 years and we stand ready to serve you today!
Thunderhead Technologies - was formed in 1995 by Dan Hanson to market the WxStation software program. WxStation, since renamed to WxSolution and ported to Windows, has been running at his two automated weather stations in Taunton, Massachusetts since 1998 (previously in Baltimore, Maryland 1991-1998) and in Millersville, Maryland since 1989. Forecast Technologies - The Weather-Quest® 5001 displays weather information continually, 24 hours per day. Your critical weather data is transmitted via a high resolution LCD for fast, easy viewing.
La Crosse Technology - Founded in 1985, we are a multinational company with a small-town philosophy of servicing our customers to the highest level. Our consumer electronics products include radio-controlled clocks and watches, wireless weather stations, power monitors, and other measuring devices. We introduced radio-controlled clocks to the US market in 1991 and continue to be on the cutting edge of this technology in America. Peet Bros. Company Inc. - From its inception, Peet Bros Co. was the leading supplier of precision pocket barometers and altimeter/barometers for recreational and professional use. The company, which holds patents on both mechanical and electronic altimeter/barometers, introduced the world's first all-electronic precision pocket altimeter/barometer in 1985.
Campbell Scientific - Campbell Scientific data acquisition and control products are used worldwide in research and industry. Our products are known for versatility, precision, and dependability—even in harsh, remote environments. Vaisala - Observations for a better world. We believe that the quality of everyday life can be improved through innovative environmental solutions.
Environdata - Environdata’s high quality weather stations and sensors deliver weather data where, when and how you need it! Environdata are the Australian weather station specialists who can provide expert advice based on more than 23 years experience designing and manufacturing weather stations. We can provide an integrated station (WeatherMaster series), or a custom-built modular weather station (EasiData series) to suit your requirements. AAG Electronica - AAG Electronica invites you to be up to date on the 1-Wire technology world. Subscribe for free, to the diferent forums offered by Dallas Semiconductors / Maxim or to the 1-Wire Weather special interest group hosted by Tim Sailor and receive information from developers and users of 1-Wire devices all around the world.
Weather Station Software
WeatherLink - For the ultimate in weather monitoring, add WeatherLink to any of our weather stations. Create graphs, calculate totals and averages, analyze trends, and more—all with your own weather database. - Combine your weather station with Ambient's Virtual Weather Station software, and you have the most popular, powerful internet solution on the market with thousands of weather station owners reporting "real-time".
Weather View 32 - The Ultimate in Real-time Weather Station Monitoring with Internet Support! WSWin32 - Operation with Wireless-Interface WS2000-PC/WMR-900H and WS2500 (from ELV, Huger, Conrad, Westfalia, La Crosse) or Weatherstations WMR-918/WM-918 (Huger) WMR-968 (OSI) and the DAVIS VantagePro, the TE923 (Mebus, Irox, Honeywell, RSB ...).
MisterHouse - MisterHouse is an open source home automation program. It's fun, it's free, and it's entirely geeky. Written in Perl, it fires events based on time, web, socket, voice, and serial data. It currently runs on Windows 95/98/NT/2k/XP and on most Unix based platforms, including Linux and Mac OSX WeatherUpdate - is intended to be used with Davis Monitor II, Oregon Scientific WM-918, and WMR-968. It manages all the communication to and from the weather station hardware and exports the current conditions to a varity of services and software.
FreeWX - and FreeWX-Wi are full featured Windows programs to collect, display, store and upload weather data from electronic weather stations made by Oregon Scientific. Weather stations supported are the WM-918 hard wired station and the identical Radio Shack WX-200 rebadged version as well as the WMR-918/928/968 wireless stations and the corresponding Radio Shack 63-1016 (Accuweather) rebadged version. Weather Underground Expansion Module for WeatherLink - WeatherLink by itself does not send weather observations to Weather Underground. There is an "Expansion Module" written by Weather Underground that adds the Weather Underground upload feature to WeatherLink.
Weather Station Data Logger - This Windows-based application will display and log weather data obtained through a USB connection to the Oregon Scientific WMR100 and RMS300 weather stations. The display includes most of the data available on the console, analysis of wind and temperature data plus graphs of temperature, pressure, wind and rain over varying periods of time. WxSolution - WxSolution monitors real-time weather data from a growing list of weather computers and offers a wealth of analysis and retrieval features using that data.
Citizen Weather Observer Program - (CWOP) is a group of web and ham radio operators and other private citizens around the country that have volunteered the use of their weather data for education, research and use by interested parties. The APRS-IS collects weather data transmitted from individual stations and communicates these data to the amateur radio findU server where the data are organized and made available to the MADIS Program at 15-minute intervals WUHU / Heavy Weather Uploader - The Weather Underground HeavyWeather Uploader (WUHU) group is primarily intended for users of the Personal Weather Stations (PWS) who wish to upload their weather data to weather servers (Weather Underground, CWOP, AWEKAS, Hamweather) via the Internet.
Weather Web Sites and Forums
The Weather Channel. A complete glossary of weather terms, from "absolute humidity" to "zonal index" and everything in between. Weather Underground
Anything Weather National Weather Service - Local, national, and international conditions and forecasts, with up-to-date weather watches and warnings.
Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP) WeatherMatrix - WeatherMatrix is a worldwide organization of over 10,000 amateur and professional weather enthusiasts -- meteorologists, storm chasers and spotters, and weather observers from all parts of the globe. Online for 10 years, we are the largest online weather community.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - Loaded with information on climate, aviation and marine weather, tornadoes, El Niño and La Niña, and more. National Hurricane Center - The latest hurricane warnings along with historical data, info on hurricane awareness and forecasting models, and much more.
National Climatic Data Center - The world's largest active archive of weather data, with statistics for temperature and precipitation from thousands of sites across the U.S. National Snow & Ice Data Center - Information and referral center for everything snow and ice: blizzards, snow cover, avalanches, glaciers, ice sheets, and permafrost.
Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences - at the University of Illinois. Resources for teachers, plus the weather visualizer, where you can generate customized weather images from real-time weather data. WeatherEye - For kids from second grade through high school. Includes lesson plans and resources for teachers, plus a special parents' center.
Miami Museum of Science - A colorful and fun educational site for kids. Learn about how hurricanes work with stories, pictures, and fun activities. Includes teacher's guide SKYWARN National Home Page - A resource for storm spotters and storm chasers. Features organizational information, storm spotter guide and message board.
NWS SKYWARN - To obtain critical weather information, NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS), part of the U.S. Department of Commerce, established SKYWARN with partner organizations. SKYWARN is a volunteer program with nearly 280,000 trained severe weather spotters. These volunteers help keep their local communities safe by providing timely and accurate reports of severe weather to the National Weather Service. StormReady - Americans live in the most severe weather-prone country on Earth. Each year, Americans cope with an average of 10,000 thunderstorms, 5,000 floods, 1,000 tornadoes, and an average of 2 landfalling deadly hurricanes. And this on top of winter storm, intense summer heat, high winds and other deadly weather impacts. You can make sure your community is ready for the weather with the National Weather Service’s StormReady program.