MyAWEKAS reporting tool

  • MyAWEKAS is a new tool for Windows users to report your weather to AWEKAS

    User with automatic stations can now report snow height and other weather conditions easily - users without automatic data transfer can now report all values from their desktop. New: Values can also reported in American data format (inch, °F)


    We would like to add more functions to MyAWEKAS in the future. If you have any ideas or suggestions, please post them here.


    A Manual to install MyAWEKAS can be found here



    Download: www.awekas.at/myawekas/setup.exe


    Update: New Version 1.1.1 available

  • Othi,


    This is a really nice tool.


    I would REALLY like to see an option for automatic sky update based on the local METAR, even with the station sending automated data.


    Thanks a lot for your site.


    -Pat


    Lakewood, WA, USA
    Awekas: 3060
    WU: KWATACOM3
    APRS: CW1265

  • Wednesday, December 31st 2008, 4:13pm




    hello, othi , I notice the date was 2008 of this forum to dowload then I saw the new version 1.1.1 available. It’s mid July 2011, if I click the new version is that the most current software, or is there plans for a new one....


    Also, how do I report “hazy” stale air for weather conditions? It’s very hot and mierable and pollution is causing problems.



    Thank you,



    Christopher Fasciano


    AWEKAS: 7220


    WU: KPANORTH4


    CWOP: 1399

  • The most recent version of MyAWEKAS is 1.3.1. You can check it in the top menu. Go to Help >> About.


    For report, unfortunately you have only the 25 icons. If you want send a particular observation use in that case the last icon : alert. On mouse click, this latter opens a new box where you can fill what you wish. This report lives the time of your view adjustment set in the menu Community >> View adjustment.

    Cordialement/Regards
    Jean-Marie
    ID 1779


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