Wireless Remote Weather Station with micro:bit

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Resources and Going Further

Now that you've successfully got your micro:bits communicating, it's time to incorporate it into your own project! If you have not already, try making an enclosure or your weather station. The following tutorial uses a different programming language but it is a good illustration of how to place your sensors in an enclosure.

Weather Station Wirelessly Connected to Wunderground

April 11, 2014

Build your own open-source, official Wunderground weather station that connects over WiFi via an Electric Imp.

Need more inspiration? Check out our other sensors and weather stations used in other languages found in our weather section.

TMP102 Digital Temperature Sensor Hookup Guide

How to connect and use the SparkFun Digital Temperature Sensor Breakout - TMP102 with an Arduino.

CCS811 Air Quality Breakout Hookup Guide

This tutorial shows you how to get data from a CCS811 breakout board with the I2C interface.

SparkFun gator:environment Hookup Guide

The gator:environment combines two I2C sensors for temperature, humidity, pressure, eCO2, and eTVOC values. This tutorial will get you started using the gator:environment with the micro:bit platform.

Qwiic Atmospheric Sensor (BME280) Hookup Guide

Measure temperature, humidity, barometric pressure with the SparkFun Atmospheric Sensor Breakout BME280 (Qwiic).