Using the Switchdoc code for the raspberry pi based datalogger as basis, I ported the code to Windows 10 using visual studio and an install of Python 3.8. To use this code you will have to install MySQL on your windows 10 machine. The code for this can be found at github.com/BerneStober/Ourweather_MySQL .
The readme's in the git repository should provide enough for someone to get started. I'm working on some other issues w the station (replacing the existing board with the one I sent you guys a few months which you reflashed) and then trying to make sure I can change the programming. After that I may do a longer post for you. Should I send it to you for editing, posting? Or put it up here?
It appears that dyndnss.net bit the dust. So I found another free service at ddnsfree.com (and with this one you don't even have to pay for the updater software!). my weather station data is now viewable from the internet at
the internet address doesn't come through in the thread so here it is in a slightly different format: markensglenweather dot ddnsfree dot com
I have also developed an improved version with heatindex and windchill and some other debugging issues, such as automatically detecting whether the SQl datetime is simply an object or a true datetime (not sure why this was necessary but the station runs with SQL 8 while my main computer uses SQL 5.5 so to develop on the main and deploy I needed this).
Unfortunately, my Ourweather DASH app and web site bit the dust when the Win10 PRO machine hosting it went belly up in May and would not boot. (SSD hard drives are vulnerable to power outages which we have frequently here in central Va.) I have moved that machine to Linux and may recreate the website later on the Linux machine or a different Win10 machine. Busy now integrating SkyWeather2 with an additional CO2 sensor (from CO2Meters.com) into my weather station hardware, so it will be a while before the website gets going again.