At this time the PWS/WeatherUnderground integration is no longer available. If you are still in need of a PWS, Procore recommends WeatherBuild who's offering a 3 month free trial of their integration and works well with PWS systems.
NoteWeather for the project will not show if geographic coordinate system (GPS) coordinates have not been entered for the project's address. A Project Admin can enter coordinates in the Latitude and Longitude fields in the project's Admin tool. See How do I determine the latitude/longitude values of an address? and Update General Project Information.
If coordinates have already been added to your project and you are still experiencing an issue with your project's weather forecast, you can check the status page of your third-party weather provider using the links below. If a status issue is not being reported and you are still experiencing an issue, please contact Procore Support.
The weather forecasts on Procore's Project Home page and the project's Daily Log tool support data from the following third-party weather provider:
- Dark Sky
Status Page: http://status.darksky.net/
By default, Procore uses the Dark Sky service to predict and record weather for projects. This service takes a number of data sources from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and other agencies and uses a proprietary algorithm to provide hyper-local weather data. The Procore application provides its users with a daily forecast for each day on the Project Home page and in the Daily Log tool. It also stores the weather data indefinitely for future reference. Weather data is updated every hour.
- View Project Weather on the Project Home Page
- Which weather providers are supported by Procore?
- How do I determine the latitude/longitude values of an address?
- Why are the weather conditions not showing on my Daily Log weather log?
- Why can't I change the weather delay or any of the boxes on that row?
- Can I receive weather delay alerts by phone or email?