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Cloud cover monitoring for solar



I'm using a Pi to run ICC to monitor my Axpert/Pylon combo

In variable weather and grid availability it's sometimes nice to see what's coming to figure out whether to wait out the clouds or get onto the grid while it's there and give the batteries a top up.

So I'm looking at something to display behind/alongside the ICC panel on the Pi that's going to show me clouds in semi real time

So far I've stumbled on Windy.com and added an auto refresh extension in Chrome. 


Anything else I should look at?


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