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I would like to download data using http request service or script (from AEMET, national weather service in Spain), but OpenData can only be accessed via https request (secure), and it seems it's not supported by wget.

Any ideas?

(I would like to use a close station to filter wrong data)

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I installed curl using openwrt and it works. I don't know if this is a wrong way

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Meteobridge is meant to evaluate data of real weather stations and not to read data from the Internet and to pull that back into other networks.

You could define a plugin weatherstation that is realized as a script that reads data from the Internet und returns this as local weather data. But I am not sure, what you are trying to achieve.

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Sorry, my english is not enough good and it's dificult to explain.

Eventually, my station sends wrong data. As I have a close reference station, my idea is to compare both data set in order to detect errors, suspend updates and send me an alarm.

Wrong data like wind gust above 200 or pressure ~1200. It occurs once every 1-2 months

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What is a "close" reference station, how close?

If you have a wind gust above 200 and pressure ~1200 then what is the weather station and maybe you need to fix that?

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:(

Do I really need to pass this "exam" for getting an answer?
Do I really need to show every line of code of my filtering script? (which, otherwise it's just for stop sending wrong data, not for sending false data!!!)

I only post message, if I know that I can help other users with similar problems: Perhaps you think that what I say is useless. Ok, tell me that. No problem.

Meteobridge it's maybe one of the best software I found. Your work (the admin team) it's incredible. And I would like to help you with "contributing questions". If you think I'm doing bad, ok. No more posts.
What is a "close" reference station, how close?

4km: Close enough for some data, like barometric pressure at sea level, for example. I know what I'm doing
If you have a wind gust above 200 and pressure ~1200 then what is the weather station and maybe you need to fix that?
"Up to 200-300kmh, up to 1200-1300mb" At those levels, I don´t need a reference station, of course. THe problem comes wiht a gust around 80-90

I don't need to update my weather station if i can solve the eventual failures I have. Moreover, I can't afford a better station. Furthermore, even if I could, I would like to provide solutions to those who cannot.

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I understand the need to eliminate spikes that don't reflect true weather data. Which station are you using?
Meteobridge has an internal filter to suppress unrealistic values, but may be yours are just passing this.

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I didn't know about this internal filter. Since I installed Meteobridge, a week ago, I have no problem. Thank you :)

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