Well, it is only SLIGHTLY OT.
First of all, an old story. When a person studies to be a private pilot, they carefully study the weather and take great caution when flying in anything but CAVU. By the time they get their commercial ticket, just a few minutes studying the prog charts and such and they feel comfortable in either going or staying. By the time they land a job as an airline pilot, they can just take one good look at a flight attendant and tell whether.
My 15 year old home/shop weather station has crapped out and they want the Lord's own fortune to troubleshoot it. What I'd like to find is some company that sells the outside sensors (wind, temperature, rainfall, baro, and the like) and wirelessly transmits it to a box behind my computer that plugs into the USB port and lets me use an app on the PC when I want to see what the weather is.
Yeah, I know, only a few hundred hours to homebrew such a device and another few dozen to write the software. I've got projects piled on projects, so I'd prefer to design it with a silver pencil ... i.e. I'd prefer to buy rather than scratchbuild.
Anybody got a lead for me?