Fearnan Weather Station

Jason Oliver writes:

‘As we know, the BBC forecast for our neck of the woods is not too accurate and a bit unpredictable.

I have set up a website which gives accurate weather data over a seven day period, including a detailed forecast, radar images of the weather systems, plus astronomy data, so we can see what’s in the sky over Fearnan on a particular night.

I have set up a weather station in my garden which sends a live feed to the website. Please take a look round the site, I hope you find it useful. It is accurate to about 10 miles in each direction from Fearnan and is updated every minute.

I am also in the process of setting the station up to send information to the Met Office, which should mean that every so often, Fearnan will show up on the national/regional weather reports on the BBC!’.

You can find the web site at http://www.wunderground.com/cgi-bin/findweather/getForecast?query=56.621752,-3.866969

You can also reach it anytime by clicking the link Fearnan Weather Station on the right hand side of this page.

About Fearnan Village Association

Fearnan Village Association was formed in 2007 to provide a means through which those who live in the village can come together to discuss and respond to issues of importance to the village, particularly those that will have an impact on our quality of life. We also organise social events, such as the very popular Pudding Night in February, Strawberry TeaZ in July, and other events and coffee mornings throughout the year.
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3 Responses to Fearnan Weather Station

  1. Kris Massie says:

    Brilliant! Well done!!!

  2. Neil Ballantyne says:

    Well done Jason!
    As you know we have averaged Aberfeldy and Killin using the BBC site in the past.
    Looking forward to using this improved facility.

  3. Alastair and Angela Kininmonth says:

    Hi Jason

    Thank you very much.


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