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In an inspired bit of computer brilliance, Canadian Sean Carney has built a clock... that tells the weather.

While most of us would simply open a window to tell if it's raining, the weather in Winnipeg, Manitoba can get a bit fierce at times. And plus, it's just cool.

Currently the two settings that can be changed online are the hours that the clock will update between (so I don’t hear the motors working late at night) and whether the temperature hand shows the ambient temperature or a windchill adjusted temperature.

Sean Carney's DIY Weather Clock

Sean Carney's DIY Weather Clock

Sean Carney's DIY Weather Clock

Sean Carney's DIY Weather Clock


Read all about the weather clock, including the code for building your own, at Sean Carney's blog > http://www.seancarney.ca/blog/2010/01/10/the-weather-clock-is-finis...

From Sean's Flickr page:


"A video of the clock being turned on, receiving and displaying the current weather, and showing how the web interface of the clock allows setting changes.

Here I changed the temperature to include the windchill and then returned it to unadjusted temperature."

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Comment by Piper Williams on January 25, 2010 at 1:25am
Very nice.
Comment by Neil Crompton on January 20, 2010 at 6:48am
That's brilliant. I have a few old barometers but I love the marriage of old and new.
Comment by Larry on January 19, 2010 at 10:21am
Sweet!

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