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Migration of BOM baseline to NWS -- current issues

See original GitHub issue

Hi David.

As I posted, I’m currently migrating from DarkSky to NWS and using your weather card as one of choice. It’s mostly working. Here’s a current screen snippet:

image image

There are some obvious issue, but I’ll address what I hope is the low-hanging fruit piecemeal. Here are some configuration entries for the card:

  1. The value for atmospheric pressure has been truncated. While the correct value was available, … image …the value was rounded, snipping two significant digits. Also, the units are wrong. This could be an artifact of HA, so I’ve submitted a bug report (third of its kind; prior submittals were allowed to expire).

  2. I’ve attempted to fill up the slots and keep the data aligned–specifically the sun next and sun following entries. There are two visible issues: the absence of the visibility entry and/or the failure of the empty directive to leave an empty slot. Here’s the snapshot of the sensor: image FYI, I’ve also attempted to replace the visibility sensor with empty (i.e., having two empties in successive slots), but that didn’t realign sun following with sun next.

  3. There’s a missing prominent display of text near the top of the card for the current wx condition. In this case, I think it should be the one that selects the icon. Am I making the wrong assumption? image image

I think the above is enough as a start. There’s some more, but I’d like some time to investigate how NWS condition entities are rendered to text and BOM icons. I might be able to sort that out without your help.

Thanks in advance. Respectfully, Rob

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Comments:30 (14 by maintainers)

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TheCranstoncommented, Jan 26, 2022

@Sudo-Rob I know the issue is closed (sorry for waking a dead issue David) but would love to work with you getting the card to work with NWS. I have no way to reach you outside of your GitHub id. My profile has my email address. Hopefully we can make a connection.

DavidFW1960commented, Jan 6, 2022

ok. 30000 lines of errors isn’t fun

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