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Feature request cloudcover scenes


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Hi everyone,

I am not sure if this is the correct place for my request. Or maybe my question is already resolved by someone before me. Apologies if that is the case, I did try to search first.

 

In general I am very happy with HC3. It is easy to create scenes. One issue I do have is the option to distinguish between cloudcovers. I would like to have the option to choose running a scene on the amount of clouds. For example in meteorological forecasts and reports there is the mention of Few, Broken or/and Overcast; indicating the amount of clouds.

 

This would be helpful to me when running the scenes for the screens in front of the windows. 

 

Thanks in advance!

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with LUA scene, you might check the property (when using YrWeather) conditioncode, and make scenes based on it

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This also looks interresting

 

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Can output a Json, with a shitload of data from your location. 

 

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41 minutes ago, tinman said:

with LUA scene, you might check the property (when using YrWeather) conditioncode, and make scenes based on it

 

Like this conditionCodes = {unavailable = 3200, clear = 32, rain = 40, snow = 43, storm = 38, cloudy = 30, fog = 20,} 😉

 

 

29 minutes ago, ppeterr said:

This also looks interresting

 

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Can output a Json, with a shitload of data from your location. 

 

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You could build it @ppeterr, you next challenge 😉

 

 

 

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@SmartHomeEddy 

 

First little project will have something to do with Somfy....and then complete all the the other stuff...

For now i'll skip this challenge :)

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OWM is not always give the correct % of clouds sometimes they miss it complete so you need to create alternative for in case.

I use % Clouds and correction for months to open/close curtains.

Succes,

//Sjakie

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5 hours ago, SmartHomeEddy said:

 

Like this conditionCodes = {unavailable = 3200, clear = 32, rain = 40, snow = 43, storm = 38, cloudy = 30, fog = 20,} 😉

 

 

i see you are using already proper values, in the default weather QA they still wrong.

 

Btw, these are not the only codes, there are more icons available, /assets/icon/weather/normal-set/1.svg

The full set of icons is:

1->18, 19d, 19n, 20,21,22d,22n,23->36, 37d,37n,38d,38n,39d,39n,40->44,45d,45n,46d,46n,47d,47n,3200

 

Last time yrWeather  was broken, Fibaro simply fixed it asap to give us something working, but not implemented all codes into to it (yet).

However, we can do it anyway if we need more nice icons displayed

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2 hours ago, tinman said:

i see you are using already proper values, in the default weather QA they still wrong.


I got them from you 😀

 

 

2 hours ago, tinman said:

The full set of icons is:

1->18, 19d, 19n, 20,21,22d,22n,23->36, 37d,37n,38d,38n,39d,39n,40->44,45d,45n,46d,46n,47d,47n,3200


What do the mean?

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  • Thanks everyone for the information, I really appreciate this. I'll give this a try, probably fail horribly and will come back to this topic 😁.

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    22 minutes ago, U-B74 said:

    probably fail horribly and will come back to this topic 😁


    it isn’t a fail, it is just a way that doesn’t work 😉

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