Getting Data From Acu-Rite Internet Bridge

Here are some ideas on how to get data from the Acu-Rite Internet Bridge for the 5-in-1 weather station.  I was holding off posting this until the post was cleaned up but it has been in draft since June and that’s just too long.  I’ll go ahead and post the information.  Once I find some new information, I’ll post it as a separate article. Some useful links on how to interpret the data from the bridge: Windows .NET Access Data using Bash (there are also some Perl solutions mentioned in […]

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Today’s Weather

Today’s weather was a much needed break from the monotony of winter.  Blue sky, the grass is visible again, and the barn is open and airing out.  Beautiful!       Here is a view from my weather cam from today. It has been breezy all day which is really helping dry things out.       The tower sensor in the barn was pretty close with the outside 5-in-1 sensor earlier. However, now that the sun is directly on the barn it is a few degrees warmer in there now. […]

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WordPress Weather

This Christmas I received an AcuRite 5-in-1 with Internet bridge.  I have it setup on with the Acu-Link site (My Backyard Weather) to forward weather data to Weather Underground.  This is a pretty easy setup that almost anyone with minor Internet knowledge could setup. Then I added an Ubiquiti AirCam and also started pushing that to Weather Underground.  That process was a bit more technical, since it involved me writing a script on my Linux server to fetch the image from the AirCam and push it using FTP to Weather […]

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