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Welcome to Pepperridge North Valley's
Weather Scripts & Stickers Page

Pepper Ridge Weather Stickers for your website


You can add any of the following weather stickers to your website which displays the current weather (updated every 10 minutes) in North Phoenix, Arizona. Just select and copy the HTML code in the box below of the desired weather sticker you want and paste it into your webpage's HTML editor.


Large Banner Sample - Width 500" x Height 80"

Pepper Ridge Weather Station


<a href="http://www.pepperridgenorthvalley.com/">
<img src="http://www.pepperridgenorthvalley.com/sticker.php?type=banner_big"
alt="Current weather conditions at Pepper Ridge North Valley in Phoenix, Ariz."
title="Current weather conditions at Pepper Ridge North Valley in Phoenix, Ariz."
width="500" height="80" /></a>


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Pepper Ridge Weather Station

<a href="http://www.pepperridgenorthvalley.com/">
<img src="http://www.pepperridgenorthvalley.com/sticker.php?type=banner"
alt="Current weather conditions at Pepper Ridge North Valley in Phoenix, Ariz."
title="Current weather conditions at Pepper Ridge North Valley in Phoenix, Ariz."
width="468" height="60" /></a>


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Pepper Ridge Weather Station

<a href="http://www.pepperridgenorthvalley.com/">
<img src="http://www.pepperridgenorthvalley.com/sticker.php"
alt="Current weather conditions at Pepper Ridge North Valley in Phoenix, Ariz."
title="Current weather conditions at Pepper Ridge North Valley in Phoenix, Ariz."
width="150" height="150" /></a>


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Pepper Ridge Weather Station

<a href="http://www.pepperridgenorthvalley.com/">
<img src="http://www.pepperridgenorthvalley.com/sticker.php?type=avatar"
alt="Current weather conditions at Pepper Ridge North Valley in Phoenix, Ariz."
title="Current weather conditions at Pepper Ridge North Valley in Phoenix, Ariz."
width="150" height="150" /></a>


National Hurricane Center RSS PHP Script

This is a PHP script reads and formats the RSS feeds for Tropical Cyclone Forecasts and Advisories from the National Hurricane Center at http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/. The NHC provides three feeds (Atlantic, Atlantic en Espaņol, Eastern Pacific). This script formats the selected RSS feed, and provides additional features which follow the non-graphical links in the feed to include the text of the advisories.


The script has three optional arguments for the URL:

zone=[A|AS|P]
This allows override of the default Zone (A) for the RSS feed to use.
zone=A (default) is for Atlantic, Caribbean, and Gulf of Mexico tropical cyclones in English
zone=AS is for Atlantic, Caribbean, and Gulf of Mexico tropical cyclones in Spanish
zone=P is for Eastern Pacific tropical cyclones in English
inc=Y
If present, the script will not output surrounding HTML for the page returned. You should specify this if you invoke the script from within your webpage i.e.
<?php include("http://your.website/rss-tropical-test.php?inc=Y"); ?>
summary=Y
If present, the script will output only the titles and links for the alerts found. The links will open the page specified in the script to display the details.

To show the summary on your homepage and the details in a separate page on your website, you include this in your homepage: <?php include("http://your.website/rss-tropical-test.php?summary=Y&inc=Y"); ?> and on the details page on your website, just have <?php include("http://your.website.rss-tropical-test.php?&inc=Y"); ?> and the details will be displayed with the look/feel of your website.

NHC RSS Advisory PHP script with full texts: demo and download

 

Look for Additional Scripts to Be Added Here in the future!



Pepper Ridge - Temperature Converter

 
 

Note: Please use the Keypad to Enter Temperature you which to Convert
Then simply hit the conversion Button and The Results will be Displayed!!

If you like this Temperature Converter you may view the external script by
Clicking on View Script or you may Download Script


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 Pepper Ridge North Valley Random Weather Facts

MONSOON
The best example of a monsoon on Earth occurs over the Indian sub continent. During the months of April through October, a moist southwest wind brings heavy rains to this region...while a dry northeast wind is prevalent during the remainder of the year.

In North America, a similar situation occurs over much of Mexico. For example, in Acapulco, rainfall averages 51.8 inches during the months of June through October...while only 3.3 inches falls during the remainder of the year.

In the United States, Arizona and New Mexico are located on the northern fringe of the Mexican Monsoon. For most of the year, winds aloft over the southwest U.S. are west to northwest. During the summer, winds turn to a more south to southeast direction, importing moisture from the Pacific Ocean, the Gulf of California and the Gulf of Mexico.

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