I just bought the LaCrosse WS2300 and just had a couple of questions… On the LaCrosse weather example using weather display live, it shows the cloud altitude. How do they get that? I can’t see any such option to display on the base station or software that came with it.
I also notice that the weather graphic is often wrong. Eg. when I initially set it up the other night, it was pissing down with rain yet the weather graphic showed a sun. The next morning when it was still showing a sun even though it was drizzling, I did a factory reset and it showed really cloudy. It doesn’t seem to recognise that it’s raining even though the rain gauge is recording rainfall.
I suspect it has something to do with my settings though so if anyone can help it would be appreciated. The Thermo-Hygro Sensor is located next to my veranda door on my balcony. It’s not in direct sunlight and i’m getting all my readings on the base station okay. The only real issue is i’m not sure what to put as the relative pressure. I’ve tried doing two things. First I used the same as the absolute pressure eg. the absolute pressure was about 1003 hpa. I live between two meteorology stations which register a relative pressure of roughly 1017 hpa so i’ve tried changing it to the same to see if that helps but I can’t seem to control the weather graphic. Everything else seems reasonably accurate.
The other thing i’ve tried is changing the Weather Forcast Sensitivity to 3, and it still has a mind of it’s own.
Anyone got any suggestions on what i’m doing wrong.