buienradar platform uses buienradar.nl as a source for current meteorological data for your location. The weather forecast is delivered by Buienradar, who provides a webservice that provides detailed weather information for users in The Netherlands. The relevant weather station used will be automatically selected based on the location specified in the Home Assistant configuration (or in the buienradar weather/sensor component). A map of all available weather stations can be found here.
The selected weather station will provide all weather data, with the exception of the forecasted precipitation. The forecasted precipitation data will be retrieved from buienradar using your actual gps-location (and not the location of the nearest weather station).
buienradar with Home Assistant, add the following section to your
# Example configuration.yaml entry sensor: - platform: buienradar monitored_conditions: - symbol - humidity - temperature - windspeed - pressure
You can specify a name of the component, but do not have to. See more info below.
Latitude to use for selection of data source location. Longitude and latitude will be taken from Home Assistant configuration, but can be overridden/changed in this integration to select a different location for buienradar.nl.
Longitude to use for selection of data source location. Longitude and latitude will be taken from Home Assistant configuration, but can be overridden/changed in this integration to select a different location for buienradar.nl.
Minutes to look ahead for precipitation forecast (minimum 5, maximum 120).
One or more conditions to display in the frontend. See the Buienradar.nl website for a detailed explanation of each one.
A textual representation of the barometer forecast (eg: Thunderstorms, Stable, etc.).
A symbol and the current weather condition (
A symbol and detailed current weather condition (
The current feel temperature (in C).
The current temperature (in C).
The current ground temperature (in C).
The wind speed in km/h.
The wind speed/force in Bft.
Where the wind is coming from in degrees, with true north at 0° and progressing clockwise.
The sea-level air pressure in hPa.
Visibility in meters (m).
The wind speed of wind gusts (m/s).
The average expected precipitation/rain in mm/h within the given time-frame.
The total expected precipitation/rain in mm within the given time-frame. The total expected rain in the configured time-frame will be equal to precipitation_forecast_total/timeframe mm/min. So, with time-frame configured to 30 minutes and a value of 5, the expected rain is 5 mm in 30 minutes, which is the same as 10 mm/h. If time-frame is set to 90 minutes and a value of 5, the expected rain is 5 mm in 90 minutes, which is equal to 3.3 mm/h.
Sun intensity in Watt per square meter (W/m2).
The forecasted temperature (in C).
The forecasted minimum temperature (in C).
The forecasted amount of rain in mm; the average of minrain_1d and maxrain_1d.
The minimum forecasted amount of rain in mm.
The maximum forecasted amount of rain in mm.
Where the wind is coming from in degrees, with true north at 0° and progressing clockwise. (derived from winddirection_1d)
The expected windforce in Bft.
The expected windspeed in m/s (derived from windforce_1d).
If you specify a name, the sensors will get an entity name of
sensor.[name]_[default sensor display name], for example:
sensor.lopik_temperature, since the name of the sensor is set to
lopikand the default display name for monitored condition
sensor.lopik_wind_force, since the name of the sensor is set to
lopikand the default display name for monitored condition
If no name is specified the sensors will be called
sensor.br_[default sensor display name], for example:
sensor.br_wind_speed, since no name has been set for the sensor and the default display name for monitored condition
sensor.br_ground_temperature, since no name has been set for the sensor and the default display name for monitored condition
Conditions above marked with
1d are daily forecasts. To get forecast for different day, replace the number
_1d part of the sensor name. Valid values are from
Full configuration example (excluding forecasted conditions) where location is manually specified:
# Example configuration.yaml entry - platform: buienradar name: "volkel" # Force 'Meetstation Volkel' to be used: latitude: 51.65 longitude: 5.70 monitored_conditions: - stationname - barometerfc - barometerfcname - conditioncode - condition - conditiondetailed - conditionexact - symbol - feeltemperature - humidity - temperature - groundtemperature - windspeed - windforce - winddirection - windazimuth - pressure - visibility - windgust - precipitation - irradiance - precipitation_forecast_average - precipitation_forecast_total - rainlast24hour - rainlasthour
Configuration example with current condition and (some) forecasted values:
# Weather prediction sensor: - platform: buienradar monitored_conditions: # current condition: - condition - conditioncode - conditiondetailed - conditionexact - symbol # conditions for forecasted data: - symbol_1d - symbol_2d - symbol_3d - symbol_4d - symbol_5d - temperature_1d - temperature_2d - temperature_3d - temperature_4d - temperature_5d - mintemp_1d - rainchance_1d - rainchance_2d - sunchance_1d - sunchance_2d - rain_1d - rain_2d - minrain_1d - maxrain_1d - windforce_1d - windforce_2d - windspeed_1d - windspeed_2d - winddirection_1d - winddirection_2d - windazimuth_1d - windazimuth_2d
Buienradar makes free weather-data available for use by individuals and businesses (website/intranet). The use of the weather-data is allowed for non-commercial purposes. Please refer to the full usage statement linked above to confirm your usage or to request permission.
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