WeatherSnoop
WeatherSnoop
4.1.10

4.3

WeatherSnoop free download for Mac

WeatherSnoop

4.1.10
07 June 2019

Capture weather info from a Davis Vantage Pro weather station.

Overview

WeatherSnoop talks to your Davis Vantage Pro/Vantage Vue, Ambient Weather WS-1080/WS-2080, Weatherwise Solar Pro, RainWise CC-3000, Peet Bros. ULTIMETER 100/800/2000/2100, WeatherHawk weather station, or Weather Underground to obtain current weather data and transfers it directly your Mac. You can upload your data to Weather Underground or the Citizen Weather Observer Program and share with the world.

What's new in WeatherSnoop

Version 4.1.10:
  • Addressed an issue related to AutoLayout in the status view that caused creeping memory retention

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8 WeatherSnoop Reviews

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pldelise
27 December 2009

Most helpful

This is great software for "weather nuts" with Oregon Scientific weather stations. You can't beat the price & the support! I've been using it with my Oregon Scientific WMR100N for a couple of months now, sending data to WeatherUnderground. I would like an easy way to get the data from the MySQLite db it creates into a spreadsheet, but for now I copy & paste from WeatherUnderground. I noticed a problem with it sending data to WeatherUnderground when the air &/or dew point temperatures fall below 32ºF. I e-mailed the developer & he quickly responded & has fixed the problem.
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Version 1.6.1
JimU2430
16 July 2014
WeatherSnoop is simply the best weather station interface software out there. My Davis Vantage Pro 2 station came in a bundle with software from Davis, but it pales in comparison to WeatherSnoop. It works seamlessly with my Davis USB console which is wirelessly connected to my sensor suite outside. The instrument display that displays all the information is intuitive and visually pleasing. You can customize graphs of various data plots, giving the program a polished look. WeatherSnoop 3 allows you to view and access some settings (like archive interval) which are built into the weather station console itself. The developer is VERY open to feature requests and was very helpful when I had questions initially. When new features are added, any questions I have for the developer are answered promptly. I am a weather "hobbyist" but I feel like a weather pro with this software. I send my data to various websites such as Weather Underground, CWOP, Weather Bug and Personal weather station. There are a few other sites to share with as well. I highly recommend this software.
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Version 3.0.8
JohnS9708
15 July 2014
Several days of Internet searches resulted in my selection of WeatherSnoop 2 for my iMac in September 2013. WeatherSnoop was the best choice to replace my Windows 7 based Davis software. And with the release of WeatherSnoop 3, it is off the charts. It provides a robust interface and just gets better with every version. The WeatherSnoop interface to my Davis Vantage Pro 2 provides data to Weather Underground, Weather Bug, CWOP and most recently Weather Cloud. All data is stored in a SQLite database and allows data extraction for your specific use. Contrary to some of the negative comments about this software, it has been very stable even after power outages that would corrupt other databases. The developer responses to questions have been professional and timely.
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Version 3.0.8
JerryS7747
12 July 2014
WeatherSnoop is my favorite of all the weather applications I have seen and/or tried. It just works well with no extras to install or any other hassles. The developer has been super responsive to any issues or suggestions. This package has had several great new releases over the last year and I expect many more nice improvements. I know the developer has great plans for future functionality and his upgrade pricing is very modest. WeatherSnoop supports many different weather stations - mine is a Vantage Pro 2 using the Weather Envoy as the interconnection to my Mac Mini running Mavericks. WeatherSnoop supports all the extra sensors (solar/UV, leaf wetness and temp, soil moisture and temp, etc. so it is a very complete package. I upload my data to Weather Underground, CWOP and WeatherBug and will probably add WeatherCloud now that the new version supports that. I would definitely recommend this to any one with one of the supported weather stations.
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Version 3.0.8
PatrickK3572
12 July 2014
I'm using Weathersnoop with Rainwise CC3000 and it works better than many of the Windows apps that support the CC3000. A few teething problems to start but really great tech support and the app now runs reliably
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Version 3.0.8
JeffreyP7172
12 July 2014
works great ,easy to use. have it running on my desk top so I can check my weather station. ( Davis vantage pro 2).
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Version 3.0.8
ScotM6222
22 March 2014
The trial version of WeatherSnoop Lite ran fine for 3 hours, after I paid it only ran for 4 before losing connection with the weather station (a Davis Vantage Vue working through a serial/usb converter). WeatherTracker runs for months on the same computer with no issues. Problem was reported to the developer four days ago and I've gotten no reply. Don't waste your money on this product.
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Version 3.0.6
1 answer(s)
Boisy
Boisy
12 July 2014
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ben-marko
24 February 2013
Good solid app - but it would be awesome if it had more skins.
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Version 2.1.5
1 answer(s)
ben-marko
ben-marko
31 March 2013
Opinion changed! I'll give it one star now, after WeatherSnoop stopped working two weeks ago. It no longer talks to my Ambient Weather 1090, and I have tried repeatedly to reach them, with no response. I can't even get their help forum to allow me to sign in, that seems to no longer work (as well as the password reset feature).
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pldelise
27 December 2009
This is great software for "weather nuts" with Oregon Scientific weather stations. You can't beat the price & the support! I've been using it with my Oregon Scientific WMR100N for a couple of months now, sending data to WeatherUnderground. I would like an easy way to get the data from the MySQLite db it creates into a spreadsheet, but for now I copy & paste from WeatherUnderground. I noticed a problem with it sending data to WeatherUnderground when the air &/or dew point temperatures fall below 32ºF. I e-mailed the developer & he quickly responded & has fixed the problem.
Like (2)
Version 1.6.1