July 12, 2021
From now on it is possible to display the weather data from any weather station in our BMCB network on your own website… Choose which parameters you show, which period, min/max/totals/averages, language, colors, fonts, …
You can create your own widget and integrate it on your website. You can read how this works in the following two articles:
June 18, 2021
A new MeteoHelix weather station with rain gauge has been installed at Brakel (province East Flanders)
June 16, 2021
Finally our weather station at Zichem got its MeteoRain to measure precipitation…
At Bornem (province of Antwerp) a new MeteoHelix/Rain combination has been installed.
June 6, 2021
Further expansion of our network in Wallonia: at Wellin in the province of Luxembourg a new MeteoHelix weather station was installed. The station is also equipped with a MeteoRain tipping bucket rain gauge.
An identical station is installed at Weyler (Arlon) in the southeast of the same province.
June 3, 2021
May 28, 2021
The race circuit of Mettet got its own MeteoHelix and MeteoRain device. On top of the building a MeteoWind was installed.
May 12, 2021
Two more weather stations were installed, one in the province of Flemish Brabant and the other in the province of Antwerp.
A MeteoHelix station has been placed at Zichem-Scherpenheuvel, territory managed by the local division of Natuurpunt. This station still needs a rain gauge which will be added later. Thanks to Marc from Natuurpunt for the help during installation and support!
Also Heist-op-den-Berg got a MeteoHelix station and rain gauge.
May 7, 2021
Even today we stay in the north of West Flanders in the Bruges region. A MeteoHelix weather station was also installed at Lissewege, a few kilometers from the port of Zeebrugge. Shortest distance to the Belgian coast is ~5 km.
The rain gauge will be connected in the coming days / weeks once it is available… Thanks to Koen Demeyer & het Waaihof.
May 6, 2021
Today the MeteoHelix of Bruges-east got its final destination.
The station is now located to the east of Bruges territory Sint-Kruis/Male (towards Sijsele / Damme) in the countryside. The urban effect has now disappeared from the observations.
The weather station will soon be joined by a pluviometer.
April 30, 2021
Today 3 new weather stations became operational in the BMCB-network:
All weather station are equipped with a Meteohelix (measuring temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation and atmospheric pressure) and MeteoRain devive (for precipitation).
April 26, 2021
The most western part of Belgium also got its weather station: in the countryside, just outside the city of Veurne a MeteoHelix and MeteoRain device has been installed. The distance to the belgian coast is 5.8 km.
Thanks to Bart Goudeseune for this nice measuring location!
April 24, 2021
During the weekend, a rain gauge (MeteoRain from Barani Design) has been added to the existing MeteoHelix weather station at Meix-devant-Virton in the far south of the belgian province of Luxembourg.
April 23-24, 2021
At Ster/Stavelot (province of Liège) equipment has been installed (MeteoWind from Barani Design) to measure windspeed and also winddirection.
The station is located at an elevation of 511 meters above sea level and is currently the second highest place where winddata is captured, after the Baraque de Fraiture.
Also at Kluizen/Evergem, Ghent region - East-Flanders, a windstation popped up with similar equipment used at Stavelot. The pole has a height of exactly 10 meters, conforming WMO-guidelines.
There are no obstacles in the vicinity of the weather station which guarantees perfect winddata.
April 21, 2021
A new weather station has been installed in the southern part of the province of Luxembourg at Rochehaut (region Bouillon). The Meteohelix is installed at “l'Auberge de Rochehaut” at an elevation of 380 meters. The weather station is equipped with a rain gauge.
April 16, 2021
Today two more weather stations have been added to our network. Both stations are placed on wine estates:
Thanks to Paul & Laurens Vleminckx and Guido Verreyt for making it possible to have weather data from these locations.
April 1, 2021
Further expansion of our meteorological network with a new weather station being installed at Rèves (Les Bons Villers, province of Hainault). The Meteohelix has a tipping bucket rain gauge connected.
March 30, 2021
A new weather station type Meteohelix has been added to our network. The station is located at Vezin (Andenne), province of Namur. The temperature, humidity, solar radiation and atmospheric pressure are monitored.
March 28, 2021
As of today the Meteohelix of Visé (Argenteau, province of Liège) arrived at its final location at an elevation of 86 meters above sea level. Temperature, humidity, solar radiation and atmospheric pressure are measured.
March 27, 2021
A new complete Barani weather station has been installed at Radelange in the province of Luxembourg at an elevation of 382 meters. The measurement of temperature, humidity, solar radiation and rain is done in the center of the village, the measurement of wind is done a bit further at 400 meters altitude to avoid too much turbulence caused by houses and other obstacles.
March 18, 2021
The weather station located in Senzeille (Cerfontaine, province of Namur) has been expanded with measurement of wind.
March 16, 2021
Further expansion of our network today! The natural reserve/landscape “de Liereman” in region Oud-Turnhout/Arendonk got a weather station, including rain gauge. The weather station is placed on Arendonk's territory.
Thanks to the people of Natuurpunt!
March 6, 2021
During the past days our network got two new weather stations. The following locations were added to the list:
The weather station of Cobru-Noville got a modification in an attempt to have better communication (no more loss of data). The MeteoHelix was modified by Pierre and got an external antenna.
The weather station of Chêne (Léglise) also got a rain gauge attached to the MeteoHelix.
Image: the MeteoHelix and rain gauge at Cobru-Noville (near Bastogne).
February 28, 2021
On the last day of the month, another weather station will be added in Archennes (Grez-Doiceau). It is located about 15 km south of Leuven, in the Wavre region.
Temperature, humidity and precipitation are measured.
February 27, 2021
Also today, three new locations saw a weather station appear:
February 21th, 2021
Today two new weather stations have been added to our network:
February 20th, 2021
A new weather station is put into operation in Theux, province of Liège. The weather station is located at an altitude of 250 meters. Temperature, humidity and solar radiation are measured.
February 16th, 2021
Another station to be added! In WESTOUTER (West Flanders, Heuvelland) on wine estate “Entre-Deux-Monts” we have now also installed a weather station at a height of 112 meters.
It is set up on the southern slope of the Red Mountain. Thanks to Martin Bacquaert. Here too it is more than worth a visit to enjoy the quality products.
February 15th, 2021
Today we can add two new weather stations to our list:
February 9th, 2021
The website of Meteo Vlaanderen is officially launched. For a lot of places the weather can now be monitored in real time. The weather stations are all identical and are set up in open locations as it should be. The exceptions to this are clearly indicated.
The observations come from the Belgische Meteo Club Belge (BMCB). Measurements are carried out with (semi) professional equipment that is also used by the RMI in their climatic network.
Contrary to what the domain name suggests, we show you the observations over the entire territory of our country and the name “Meteo Belgium” is more appropriate.
The observations are updated every 10 minutes. For more details, averages and totals you can click further on a station. The whole will be expanded even more in the near future.
Stations are currently located in Jabbeke, Beernem, Avelgem, Merendree, Evergem, Silly, Courcelles, Herhet, Gesves, Chiny, Liège, Léglise, Baraque de Fraiture, Recht, Braunlauf, Amel and Büllingen. Many more stations are planned!
The data of all these stations is public and may also be copied. We only ask for a link and mention to the source of all data and that is BMCB… It does not take up much space!