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Raspberry Weather


By following the tutorials on you can use your Raspberry Pi to create your own weather station. When the initial steps are completed,
you can display the readings in a nice graph. It connects to the WordPress database and draws a graph that contains temperature and humidity readings. The graph
is customizable.

You can decide if you want to display the temperature and humidity or just temperature or humidity. The graph displays the data from the date you
want – today, yesterday or a specific date. This plugin adds a new icon to your kitchen sink. By clicking on it, a shortcode is generated and pasted in your post.

If you just want to take a look at how this plugin looks, you can. It will display some dummy data to show you how everything looks like.


  • Graph for temperature reading

  • Sample graph with dummy data


  1. Upload the package to /wp-content/plugins directory
  2. Activate the plugin through “Plugins” menu in WordPress
  3. Create the graph by clicking the icon on kitchen sink
  4. Optionally modify the shortcode that is displayed


What do I need for this plugin?

You need a Raspberry Pi, temperature sensor and some spare time. More information is provided on

Something is not working!

This is the first release, bugs are likely to be present. Drop me a line at, I will do my best to fix it.

What caching plugin should I use?

To speed the loading time on your Raspberry Pi, you should use a caching plugin. The Raspberry Weather plugin works well with Quick Cache plugin.

I need more information about this plugin

Same as above, drop me a line on my email. Or take a look at


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Contributors & Developers

“Raspberry Weather” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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Interested in development?

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Graph was not correctly displayed in certain timezones. Thanks to Bill and Yroark for all the help!


Small fix for shortcode generating button


Added option to display last 30 days and last 7 days in a graph


Another fine contribution by Stefan Mayer, removed hardcoded path to plugin js


Thanks to Stefan Mayer for removing deprecated functions and adding some improvements! Graph now works on newest PHP versions!


Fixed bug for negative values, thank you Simon P.


  • Initial release