This is a FYI especially as a lot of people seem to be focused on the PI. After looking at the Arduino code, I made a change from D8 to D0 and everything works nicely on a Wio Terminal (I plugged the receiver into the digital Grove port although I could have connected via D8 on the PI header). Then a few minor adjustments to the WeatherSense code and I can see sensor values on the Wio Terminal's screen, etc. As one can easily do MQTT, etc. with the Wio Terminal; there are good tutorials on the net. In a number of ways, it seems far easier than using a PI and the packing is much more robust.
Give us pictures! This is great. BTW, all the new WeatherSense instruments (Air Quality and Lightning) will work with this too. I'll be publishing an article about this!
There you have it (I'm not particularly good at pictures). You can perhaps see that I am displaying some of the WeatherRack variables; a push button gives others. Also the Wio Terminal is the top of a sandwich; the bottom is a rechargable battery. Nice little device.