Tempdata.json

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For the default web site, not all the information in this file is used. The parts used are determined by Station Settings --> Display Options --> Use Apparent Temperature. Please see Cumulus.ini#Display Options for details.


The file contents include all information in the following format, regardless of that setting:

Format Function
{ Start of JSON stream
"dew":[ Signifies that the dew point pairs follow
[JavaScript_Date_object,value] Multiple data pairs (each occurrence is separated by a comma between closing bracket of one pair and opening bracket of next):
  • The JavaScript Date object contains the number of milliseconds since 00:00:00.000 UTC on 1st January 1970, that date and time is known as the UNIX Epoch.
  • The value is numerical, in this case a positive integer up to 100
], Ends the dew point pairs
"apptemp":[ Signifies that the apparent temperature pairs follow
[JavaScript_Date_object,value] Multiple data pairs (each occurrence is separated by a comma between closing bracket of one pair and opening bracket of next):
  • The JavaScript Date object contains the number of milliseconds since 00:00:00.000 UTC on 1st January 1970, that date and time is known as the UNIX Epoch.
  • The value is numerical, in this case a positive integer up to 100
] Ends the apparent temperature pairs
"feelslike":[ Signifies that the feels like temperature pairs follow
[JavaScript_Date_object,value] Multiple data pairs (each occurrence is separated by a comma between closing bracket of one pair and opening bracket of next):
  • The JavaScript Date object contains the number of milliseconds since 00:00:00.000 UTC on 1st January 1970, that date and time is known as the UNIX Epoch.
  • The value is numerical, in this case a positive integer up to 100
] Ends the feels like temperature pairs
"wchill":[ Signifies that the wind chill pairs follow
[JavaScript_Date_object,value] Multiple data pairs (each occurrence is separated by a comma between closing bracket of one pair and opening bracket of next):
  • The JavaScript Date object contains the number of milliseconds since 00:00:00.000 UTC on 1st January 1970, that date and time is known as the UNIX Epoch.
  • The value is numerical, in this case a positive integer up to 100
] Ends the wind chill pairs
"temp":[ Signifies that the air temperature pairs follow
[JavaScript_Date_object,value] Multiple data pairs (each occurrence is separated by a comma between closing bracket of one pair and opening bracket of next):
  • The JavaScript Date object contains the number of milliseconds since 00:00:00.000 UTC on 1st January 1970, that date and time is known as the UNIX Epoch.
  • The value is numerical, in this case a positive integer up to 100
] Ends the air temperature pairs
"humidex":[ Signifies that the Canadian Humidity Index pairs follow
[JavaScript_Date_object,value] Multiple data pairs (each occurrence is separated by a comma between closing bracket of one pair and opening bracket of next):
  • The JavaScript Date object contains the number of milliseconds since 00:00:00.000 UTC on 1st January 1970, that date and time is known as the UNIX Epoch.
  • The value is numerical, in this case a positive integer up to 100
] Ends the Humidex pairs } End of JSON stream