The Best weather station software

When you buy a new weather station you maybe want to connect it to some personal weather station software. Where you can store and analyse your weather data, and share it online on your own webpage or other weather services like Weather Underground or WeatherCloud. Here is a list of Weather software you can use with your personal weather station.


WeatherLink (Windows, Mac)

If you have a Davis weather station and buy the original Davis logger you will get Weatherlink whether you want it or not. But you don’t need to use it. You can use some of the other software I have listed here. WeatherLink supports only Davis stations.


Cumulus (Windows, Mac, Linux)

Cumulus is a free outdated weather station software that is not developed any more. But it is still very popular. Davis Vantage Pro and Vantage Pro2 weather stations.

It supports

Oregon Scientific WMR-928 and WM-918 weather stations (and related models)

Oregon Scientific WMR88 and WM100/200 weather stations (and related models)

Fine Offset stations such as the WH1081

La Crosse WS-2300 range


CumulusMX (Windows, Mac, Linux)

CumulusMX is the “new” free weather software from Sandysoft who also made Cumulus. And is also very popular.

It Supports

Oregon Scientific WMR-928 and WM-918 weather stations (and related models)

Oregon Scientific WMR88 and WM100/200 weather stations (and related models)

Fine Offset stations such as the WH1081

La Crosse WS-2300 range


Ambient Weather Network (Cloud)

Ambient Weather Network is a new cloud based service where the interface is intuitive and userfriendly. To connect to AmbientWeather you will need a Ambient Weather WeatherBridge or another supported station.


Weather Snoop (Mac)

Weather Snoop can only be installed on a Mac, Weather Snoop have a modern design.

It supports

Davis Vantage Pro, Vantage Pro2, Vantage Vue, Envoy

Ambient Weather Network

Ambient Weather WS-1080, WS-1090, WS-2080, WS-2090

Maplin N96GY/N96FY

National Geographic 256NC

Tycon TP1080WC

Velleman WS1080

Aercus WS3083

Peet Brothers ULTIMETER Series

RainWise CC-3000

RainWise MKIIICC


WeeWX (Linux, Mac)

WeeWx is an Open Source weather software program written I Phyton and maybe the most difficult software to setup. You will need to be familiar with Linux, and know how to configure a config file to set it up properly, but if you have the patience and read the user guide you will get it to work.

It supports many popular weather stations.


Weather Display (windows, Mac, Linux)

Weather Display was started in 1999 and is still being developed. Weather Display supports Davis, Oregan Scientific, La Crosse, Texas Instruments, RainWise, Irox, Fine Offset, Acurite, Bloomsky, WeatherFlow and many more.

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