metaf2xml can download, parse, and decode aviation routine weather reports (METAR, SPECI, SAO), aerodrome forecasts (TAF), synoptic observations (SYNOP), and BUOY observations, and store the data as XML. XSLT style sheets convert it to plain language, as HTML or text. Current weather data from NOAA and other sources can be fetched and displayed.
AWeather is a real-time weather data viewer designed for weather enthusiasts. AWeather is not a weather widget/dockapp that displays a pre-computed forecast. It is designed to be an easy to use program that integrates a variety of meteorological data in a simple unified interface. Currently, AWeather only displays data provided by the United States National Weather Service.
WDB is a weather data storage system for storage of weather and water observations, forecasts, analysis fields, and models. The system should be compatible with the meteorological standards BUFR and GRIB (version 1 and 2). In addition to generic loading programs, WDB also features a flexible retrieval interface for retrieving weather data in time series or entire fields. WDB is built using PostgreSQL extended with PostGIS.
wfrog is a Web-based weather station software with nice charts and many ways to publish them on the Web. The architecture is meant to make it very easy to add support for other weather station models and to allow for rendering the weather data in several formats and media using an extensible renderer structure. The processing and memory footprint of wfrog is very low, making it suitable to run on low-power equipment like PC-engine Alix, Cisco NLSU2, or SheevaPlug. The currently supported weather stations are Ambient Weather WS1080, Davis VantagePro, VantagePro2, Elecsa AstroTouch 6975, Fine Offset Electronics H1080, WH1081, WH1090, WH1091, WH2080, WH2081, Freetec PX1117, LaCrosse 2300 series, Oregon Scientific WMR100N, MR200, WMRS200, WMR928X, PCE FWS20, Scientific Sales Pro, Touch Screen Weather Station, Topcom National Geographic 265NE, Watson W8681, and any station using the WESTEP protocol.
HOYRESPIRO is software developed for PEOPLE, a project promoting "smart cities" through rapid implementation, deployment, and uptake of innovative Internet-based services to face present challenges and improve future quality of life. HOYRESPIRO, developed for the pilot city of Bilbao, provides citizens with geo-referenced information about the air quality in and around the city, the pollen levels, the weather forecast, and weather information (updated every 10 minutes). It uses the existing network for environmental control of the city and the indicators developed with the data collected. The network consists of weather stations which measure atmospheric variables related to pollution and levels of pollen in the air.