I am sorry for not replying in a LONG time... I have actually switched from Windows to Linux (Ubuntu) so therefore the .vbs script for the weather reader is no longer supported.
HOWEVER... I have developed a new .php script for the weather reader that works similar to the .vbs script except it is written in PHP (therefore you need to install PHP5 so that you can run it from the command line on Windows... it will most likely NOT work if you try to run it from a web server's website since the php script executes commands from command line). I know many of you have had problems with the old .vbs file giving you that the weather is unavailable... that is because wunderground has changed their site layout and the script no longer works. This php script DOES work with the new website layout (well actually it doesn't automatically hunt for the RSS feed URL... you have to put it in the script yourself which I will give you instructions once people start using this new php script. I decided to do it like this so that if ever wunderground changes the layout again, your php script will continue to work as long as the RSS feed's layout and URL never changes.).
I am currently working on configuring this new script for Windows use and shouldn't be too much longer before it is ready and I'll upload it to this website as a .zip file.
DO NOTE because I do not have Windows anymore I need people to test this new script on Windows to see if it works... it works on my Linux computer but that doesn't always mean it'll work on a Windows computer.
...if you would like to hear it in action go to https://wrrj.hopto.org
(accept the certificate even if it is untrusted... it is self-signed and I constantly check it to make sure it is MY certificate and not a hacker's). There's a media player on the right that you can play WRRJ Radio from.
...then wait until a commercial break comes on (usually every 20-30 minutes when there are no shows broadcasting).
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING WHEN LISTENING TO THE SCRIPT IN ACTION:
*Again I use Linux so the voice you hear on my station will NOT be the same voice as the ones on Windows. You'll still have voices like Microsoft Sam and Anna unless you install and wish to use others.
*I do NOT use SAM broadcaster anymore since I have Linux... I use Rivendell Audio 2.0.2. Therefore my radio station operates differently. However this script does NOT depend on any radio software... therefore it should work with SAM broadcaster as well.
I will let you know on the progress!
...and I had to drop the interface I was creating for the weather reader since I switched to Linux.