If your Wi-Fi Analyst Weather (WS5070) station has lost its connection, or it's not showing ONLINE in Weather Underground after initial connection, you will need go through the set-up procedure once again.
This is listed in your manual for reference.
Be sure the Station screen is in AP mode by pressing and holding the SENSOR /WIFI button on the back of the indoor screen
The screen will show AP mode on the bottom middle of the screen.
Once this is showing, go into the WIFI (network) connections on the device you are using (either a smart phone or a computer) and look for the signal called "PWS****" - this will be listed under "Available Networks”.
Click on this to connect and wait for this to go to the top and show it is connected without internet. It may also show unsecured network.
Once connected, go to your preferred browser (i.e Chrome or Safari) and then type this number into a fresh tab 192.168.1.1 - make sure clear the address bar of everything (even the https://). Now the set-up page will appear:
Fill this out, taking care to ensure that the Wi-Fi name (SSID) and your Wi-Fi password (for your home Wi-Fi) are both correct.
Be very careful to input the STATION ID and STATION KEY correctly, these are case sensitive.
Once you have filled out the page and clicked APPLY, the station screen should come out of AP mode and the WIFI and SYNC symbol will appear solid.
If this is NOT solid and still flashing, there is no WIFI connection, and you may have input the password incorrectly (start again)
I this is solid, please go to your Weather Underground account on-line and look under MY PROFILE, MY DEVICES.
Click the name in Blue that you gave the station on the left-hand side of the screen.
If your station is showing OFFLINE here, then the Station ID or the Station key may have been entered incorrectly and you will need to re-do the set-up once more.
Not being able to establish the Weather Underground is usually to do with the Station ID and Station Key not perfectly entered - when your station has connected to your home Wi-Fi signal, but not Weather Underground, then there is something not quite right in the Weather Underground details. The font they use for the Station Key can be very tricky and we know that lower case L, upper case L and upper case I can look very similar to each other, as well as O (as in Oscar) and 0 (Zero) being harder to discern.
If you were using copy and paste to enter those details a accidental space at the end of the Key can also cause it to be read incorrectly.
In the case where you have made several attempts and still fail to get a connection, then please delete the device from Weather Underground and add a new device - this will give you a fresh station ID and station key.
Go through set-up once more with fresh ID and this may help.