As I’m using a redhat based distribution I installed WeeWX with some help of You may also need an account on for this to work. There you get your client ID and client secret tokens that you will later need to reconfigure WeeWX to make use of the netatmo driver extension.
Also note, that most commands (if not all) here have to be run as the root user.

First of all, install epel-release so you can install python3-cheetah finally.

1# yum install epel-release
2# yum install python3-cheetah

Continue with adding the repository of WeeWX to your system and install WeeWX.

1# rpm --import
2# curl -s | tee /etc/yum.repos.d/weewx.repo
1# dnf install weewx

Look out for /var/log/messages in order to see if WeeWX is already running (Abort with Ctrl+C).

1# tail -f /var/log/messages

Configuration of WeeWX

Stop WeeWX and remove the database for now.

1# /etc/init.d/weewx stop
2# rm /var/lib/weewx/weewx.sdb

Installation of netatmo driver

There are more extensions for Netatmo out there, the original extension is the one from matthewwall—but this won’t work with WeeWX 4.x and up.
So I had to find another one, which I did. It’s from bricebou, who made a fork of the original to be compatible with Python 3 (I think that is required now by WeeWX 4.x).

1# wget -O
2# wee_extension --install
3# wee_config --reconfigure

Have a look at the file /etc/weewx/weewx.conf because it sometimes happens, that the configuration is not properly written.

Starting WeeWX again

You can also use systemctl start weewx instead.

1# /etc/init.d/weewx start


The setup is done, although if you like your pages with another locale you may want to alter the file /usr/share/weewx/user/

 1# file: "/usr/share/weewx/user/"
 3#    Copyright (c) 2009-2015 Tom Keffer <[email protected]>
 5#    See the file LICENSE.txt for your full rights.
 8"""User extensions module
10This module is imported from the main executable, so anything put here will be
11executed before anything else happens. This makes it a good place to put user
15import locale
16# This will use the locale specified by the environment variable 'LANG'
17# Other options are possible. See:
19locale.setlocale(locale.LC_ALL, 'de_AT.UTF-8')

Pushing weather data to APRS-IS

Make sure you get a similar entry in your /etc/weewx/weewx.conf file:

 1# file: "/etc/weewx/weewx.conf"
 5  [[CWOP]]
 6    enable = true
 7    station = "n0call-13"
 8    passcode = "your_aprs-fi_passcode"
 9    post_interval = 300

Now, you could also join CWOP over here: I don’t remember correctly, but I don’t think you’ll need that to just transport your weather data into

Going further

Advanced computer skills may be required for this. You may end up editing some python scripts to finally get what you want. But if you want to learn something new, your weather page may benefit from that. {:.note}

You may also want to inspect the installed skins (templates) which reside in /etc/weewx/skins—adopt them to your needs and enable some more reports in [StdReport] like [[SeasonsReport]]. Adopt everything and make sure to read throughout the documentation—that helped me a lot.

When I got my virtual server to host WeeWX I also ended up installing nginx on it and I finally configured it to present the weather pages (SeasonsReports) from WeeWX.

The link is also on the bottom of every page aswell and the website looks something like this:

website preview