Arduino powered weather station
This Instructables describes how to build a complete WiFi enabled weather station using Arduino and ESP8266 along with a bunch of sensors that collect environment data like temperature, humidity, wind speed, pressure, UV level, and rain.
The location weather station is the most important part of installation. If weather station is located under a tree or an overhang, the rainfall data measured by the station will not be correct. If you place your weather station in an alley, you could very well get a wind tunnel effect on the anemometer, resulting in erroneous wind data. Weather station should have good “fetch”, or distance from any other tall object.