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DAFWA Weather Stations

The DAFWA Weather stations application draws on live data from more than 130 weather stations between the Kimberley and the South Coast of Western Australia

The DAFWA Weather stations application draws on live data from more than 130 weather stations between the Kimberley and the South Coast of Western Australia

DAFWA Weather Stations

by Western Australian Agriculture Authority
DAFWA Weather Stations
DAFWA Weather Stations

What is it about?

The DAFWA Weather stations application draws on live data from more than 130 weather stations between the Kimberley and the South Coast of Western Australia. Also included are five stations within the metropolitan area of Perth.

DAFWA Weather Stations

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
11Mb
Genre
Weather Travel
Last updated
May 29, 2015
Release date
May 28, 2015
More info

App Store Description

The DAFWA Weather stations application draws on live data from more than 130 weather stations between the Kimberley and the South Coast of Western Australia. Also included are five stations within the metropolitan area of Perth.

A range of metrics about the weather in a fairly localised area are available including temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction, solar radiation and soil temperatures.

The app uses your phones geolocation to show you stations nearby or you can browse any of the 130 stations and save them as your favourites.

Please note that on the initial load of the application you will need to login using your Department of Agriculture & Food WA account. If you don't have an account you can register through the mobile app.

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