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  • g6ejd commented on g6ejd's instructable ESP32/ESP8266 Weather Forecaster/Predictor2 months ago
    ESP32/ESP8266 Weather Forecaster/Predictor

    In the source code at line: 454 Serial.println(time_str); is a statement to print out the current date-time, when you monitor your serial port what are you getting for the time_str in your example for today is should be '04-09-17' instead of '04-10-17'.The problem we have is it's not possible to change the time library returned values, unless your using a different library that returns month numbers as 0...11 instead of 1...12. IF you have the former then do this in your code:449 month = now_tm->tm_mon + 1;

    Good to hear it's working OK now.

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  • g6ejd commented on g6ejd's instructable ESP32/ESP8266 Weather Forecaster/Predictor2 months ago
    ESP32/ESP8266 Weather Forecaster/Predictor

    I have checked the source code and cannot see any errors, so I'm wondering which time server you are using? The software cannot vary the month as that comes from the NTP services, so I suspect a conflict with another variable.Which code version are you using? ESP8266 or ESP32 and then display size?

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  • g6ejd commented on g6ejd's instructable ESP32/ESP8266 Weather Forecaster/Predictor3 months ago
    ESP32/ESP8266 Weather Forecaster/Predictor

    It only gets displayed (Extra-Text) if the conditions move to No Change and the preceding average value is say 'Sunny' then the prediction is more of the same so 'No Change, Expect Sun' or if the preceding weather was rain and No Change is forecasted, then the same thing happens (No Change, Expect Rain) it checks the average weather before the forecast change then adds whatever it was , most likely Rain so the extra-text is added for 'Expect Rain'. or if no significant weather precedes the 'No Change' forecast then most likely 'Cloudy Conditions' will follow. The forecast is saved for every hour to make the average based on a simple + / - number scale, so Sunny is say +3, Cloudy +2 and Rain -2 and so-on. The average if predominantly negative, is then mostly likely for rain or storms. Ho...

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    It only gets displayed (Extra-Text) if the conditions move to No Change and the preceding average value is say 'Sunny' then the prediction is more of the same so 'No Change, Expect Sun' or if the preceding weather was rain and No Change is forecasted, then the same thing happens (No Change, Expect Rain) it checks the average weather before the forecast change then adds whatever it was , most likely Rain so the extra-text is added for 'Expect Rain'. or if no significant weather precedes the 'No Change' forecast then most likely 'Cloudy Conditions' will follow. The forecast is saved for every hour to make the average based on a simple + / - number scale, so Sunny is say +3, Cloudy +2 and Rain -2 and so-on. The average if predominantly negative, is then mostly likely for rain or storms. Hope this helps.

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