Weather Station

I’ve been spending some of my spare time tinkering with the famous Arduino again. This time I’ve managed to build a network enabled weather station platform. It’s pretty simple so far. It is currently only measuring temperature using an LM34 temperature sensor. It’s just strung out my window, and is programmed to take a reading every 15 minutes.
The communication is done through an Ethernet Shield. This device sits on the Arduino and allows it to make basic HTML requests and pushes data to a PHP script on my website using the URL and the PHP _GET function. The data is then stored in a CSV file and displayed via a Google Graphing API. BTW, this is live data you’re seeing and the time is local time (Pacific). View the weather station page.