Not really related to PWS but I thought I would ask as there are some very knowledgeable people here. I use meteox.com as the source for the rain radar on my website
Since yesterday morning the site has been down the page giving a runtime error when accessed. I can find no information as to why it is down and when/if it will be back up. Anyone any idea.
is there any other source I can use for a UK rain radar.
As a follow to my own post I am now using the Rain Radar Widget from Sat24
That doesn’t enlarge when you click on it?
I am hoping Wim is going to tell us what the problem is with meteox.com: I don’t understand the error message
That error looks like the ASP equivalent of the PHP 500 error. Something wrong with the web site code that they need to fix.
Just checked - you are right it doesn’t enlarge - I have no idea why!
That is because the popup ( /image_popup.php?nr=wcam3 ) still has the link
Only webcam1 is using the settings
All other use modifications inside the image_popup.php script.
P.S. The meteox site and all dependent sites ( weerslag.nl a.o.) are down.
During large rainstorms two days ago the sites first slowed down and then stopped completely.
Hope they will get the sites running again.
As always - many many thanks for the help - image now enlarges
It seems to be back up again
And today it is down again so I have gone back to the sat24 widget again ( Weather Europe, Satellite Weather Europe, Weather Forecast, Rainfall, Clouds, Sun in Europe - SAT24.com )
This always seems slow to load (at least for me) - does anyone else use a different source for their (UK) rain radar??
I’ve found Sat24 slow to load I use it on my Saratoga alt dashboard but not had much luck with an alternative
I use RainViewer Live Weather Radar Map (RainViewer)
It’s in image_popup.php as
but you can alter the size with the final digit.
And I also have the UK Met Office Weather Map on the Menu: UK rainfall radar map - Met Office
Many thanks - I will take a look
Yes - the whole website seems to be changing including many beta pages so it probably goodbye to Meteox as a rain radar source