Weather station Praha 10 Bohdalec

(Located at Na Krivce street, Prague 10, N50.06033, E14.4687, 247m altitude, Timezone CET)


Temperature = 11.1 C measured on Nov 15 12:19
Relative Humidity = 76 % measured on Nov 15 12:17
Dew Point = 6.9 C measured on Nov 15 12:17
Pressure (sea level corrected) = 1001.5 hPa (raw 972.3 hPa), QNH = 1001.3 hPa; measured on Nov 15 12:29
Wind speed average = 3.8 m/s, gusts = 7.0 m/s, azimuth = 98 degs measured on Nov 15 12:26
Rain intensity = 0.0 mm/h measured on Nov 15 12:06
Time of last precipitation = Nov 13 19:00
Rain cumulative daily = 0.0 mm measured on Nov 15 12:06
Rain cumulative weekly = 20.9 mm measured on Nov 15 12:06
Temperature inside the rain gauge = 11.9 C measured on Nov 15 12:27
Temperature at the ground = 10.8 C measured on Nov 15 12:00
Illuminance (of a vertical surface oriented towards north) = 1576.8 lx measured on Nov 15 12:29

We contribute data to the www.IN-POCASI.cz , and www.METEOCENTRUM.cz projects.

CHMI radar and amateur meteodata over Google maps

Links to professional local forecast services: CHMI , AGRIMETEO, MEDARD , METEOPRESS , METEOCENTRUM, Weather info from Czech Air Navigation Services

Automatic snow measurement by CHMI

My favorite global forecast services YR.NO and WINDYTY.com (models from NOAA and METEOBLUE)



Other meteostations at pittnerovi.com: Blovice and Plzen-Doudlevce













Weather station technical data: home-brew open hardware and open source construction, controlled by Atmel ATmega32 (new version has ATmega128), using Sensirion SHT75 temperature and humidity sensor, Motorola MPX4115A pressure sensor, PerkinElmer VTP9812FH photodiode, La Crosse TX20 anemometer (not heated - under certain conditions azimuth or speed can freeze), and rain gauge based on the TFA 47.3003 with self-made heating, with 433MHz wireless transmission to an embedded linux server. Notice that the meteostation sensors have not been calibrated and absolute values of e.g. pressure can have a minor offset. Magnitude of the pressure offset can be estimated by comparing the QNH with respect to METAR PRAHA
Description of the meteostation construction and firmware source code can be found here , together with other electronic constructions.

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