Thermor BIOS Wireless Weather Station For PC

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New Thermor BIOS Wireless Weather Station For PC, for $59.99 + $5 shipping
5 different products:[list][] 1x Thermor BW976 Bios Home Weather Station with USB PC Interface
] 1x Wind Sensor
[] 1x Rain Sensor
] 1x Temperature Sensor and Transmitter
[] 1x PC Weather Analyzer Software
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bah…i d rather use the internet!

Really? I can be my own weatherman now? AWESOME.

Froogled. Good price it seems.

Feed your inner weather geek.

That’s a rough write-up. No one over 30 would be around anymore. I’m sure that counts for at least HALF of the woot staff. RHYME ALERT.

This works almost as well as looking out your window!!!

Price: Free

Done deal.

Only one hit on Frugal, but it validates this to be a great price on something none of us needs…

Can anyone explain the difference between this and ?

Wow. No comment. It’s a true weather nerd’s woot, but I’m out.

Rain sensor? Who needs that when there’s Ollie Williams?

Tom Tucker: And now time for Ollie Williams with the Black-U-Weather Forecast. Ollie?
Ollie: It gon rain.
Tom Tucker: Thanks, Ollie.

Ah, a rain sensor for indoors.

Great for joining the Weather Underground ( But can you use this as part of their “Wundermap” system? Can you query the returned data using a remote web browser? If you can’t, you’ll have to manually update a web page with weather data. I did that, daily, for a year. It gets really, really old!

Nice! I always wanted to know what the weather was in my PC.

Hot with a chance of a breeze.


Thermor / BIOS BW953 and BW976 Weather Station daemon for Linux. Known to compile and run on Ubuntu, Mandriva, and Debian. (


well, for $34 less and the other seller online, you could start contributing to your local data sets

This would be so neat for the kids. Educational too.

Cheaper than the ones made by La Crosse and probably better.