Localized Weather & Stormfronts Mod Minecraft [1.10.2/1.8.9]


Localized Weather & Stormfronts Mod Minecraft [1.10.2/1.8.9]


Credits: Corosus
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What is mod:

Localized Weather & Stormfronts has many different kinds of weather that naturally shift according to atmospheric factors. There’s the ordinary rain and rainstorm we’re used to in Minecraft, but even better due to it not being global and due to the new improved particles that aren’t just an overlay on the player’s screen.

Once you install this mod (if you’re having trouble there are instructions at the bottom of the article) and boot up the game, there won’t be a huge storm right away, but there will be something else. The clouds.

In Localized Weather & Stormfronts there is a complicated system that calculates the weather based on moisture, temperature, and more biome-specific things, creating a unique weather environment in each locale. The easiest way to follow this are the fantastic procedural clouds.
Features:

Localized weather! See rain and nastier storms coming in from a distance
Replaces vanilla clouds with my own particle based ones that are always shifting around
Replaces rain and snowfall with a particle based one that blows in the wind
Rain clouds build up moisture from water and moist biomes
Stormfront system uses biome temperatures to create nasty storms!
Improved look of storms from old weather mod
Wind Vane to show the direction of the wind (Model made by Razz of DecoCraft)
Scenes enhanced with falling leaf particles and waterfall effects
Enhances snowfall with more gradual smooth buildup

These are the levels of intensity:

0 – 1+ = rain – thunderstorm
1 – 2+ = thunderstorm – high wind (and more rain???)
2 – 3+ = high wind – hail
3 – 4+ = hail – tornado forming
4 – 5+ = tornado forming – F1 tornado

High wind and tornadoes above F1 arent in yet, nor are hurricanes or tropical storms.
Commands:

/weather2 volcano create – will spawn a very very WIP volcano at your location, in hyper demo mode, missing lots of planned particle effects
/weather2 storm create F1 – will spawn tornado at your location, eg syntax for other storms: Syntax: storm create

Configs:

Extra configuration is possible, Weather2/MiscConfig.cfg inside %appdata%.minecraftconfig
EXTRA CONFIGURATION:

“weather2: misc” {
I:Block_sensorID=1900
I:Block_sirenID=1901
I:Block_weatherForecastID=1903
I:Block_windVaneID=1902
I:Cloud_Formation_MinDistBetweenSpawned=256
I:Cloud_ParticleSpawnDelay=0
I:Lightning_lifetimeOfFire=3
I:Lightning_rateOfFire=5
I:Misc_AutoDataSaveIntervalInTicks=36000
B:Misc_ForceVanillaCloudsOff=true
B:Misc_proxyRenderOverrideEnabled=true
I:Misc_simBoxRadiusCutoff=1024
I:Misc_simBoxRadiusSpawn=1024
B:Misc_takeControlOfGlobalRain=true
B:Misc_windOn=true
B:Particle_RainSnow=true
I:Player_Storm_Deadly_OddsTo1=30
I:Player_Storm_Deadly_TimeBetweenInTicks=72
I:Player_Storm_Rain_OddsTo1=150
B:Snow_ExtraPileUp=true
I:Snow_MaxBlockBuildupHeight=3
I:Snow_RarityOfBuildup=64
B:Snow_SmoothOutPlacement=true
I:Storm_AllTypes_TickRateDelay=60
I:Storm_Deadly_CollideDistance=128
D:Storm_Deadly_MinIntensity=5.3
B:Storm_FlyingBlocksHurt=true
D:Storm_IntensityAmplifier=4.0
I:Storm_LightningStrikeBaseValueOddsTo1=200
I:Storm_MaxPerPlayerPerLayer=20
I:Storm_MaxRadius=300
B:Storm_NoRainVisual=false
I:Storm_Rain_WaterBuildUp=150
I:Storm_Rain_WaterBuildUpOddsTo1FromNothing=100
I:Storm_Rain_WaterBuildUpOddsTo1FromSource=15
I:Storm_Rain_WaterBuildUpRate=10
I:Storm_Rain_WaterSpendRate=3
D:Storm_TemperatureAdjustRate=0.1
B:Storm_Tornado_GrabCond_List=false
B:Storm_Tornado_GrabCond_StrengthGrabbing=true
S:Storm_Tornado_GrabList=
B:Storm_Tornado_GrabListBlacklistMode=false
B:Storm_Tornado_RefinedGrabRules=true
I:Storm_Tornado_aimAtPlayerAngleVariance=5
B:Storm_Tornado_aimAtPlayerOnSpawn=true
B:Storm_Tornado_grabBlocks=true
B:Storm_Tornado_grabPlayer=true
I:Storm_Tornado_maxBlocksGrabbedPerTick=5
I:Storm_Tornado_maxBlocksPerStorm=200
I:Storm_Tornado_rarityOfBreakOnFall=5
I:Storm_Tornado_rarityOfDisintegrate=15
I:Storm_Tornado_rarityOfFirenado=-1
I:Thread_Particle_Process_Delay=400
B:Wind_Particle_air=true
B:Wind_Particle_fire=true
D:Wind_Particle_leaf_rate=1.0
B:Wind_Particle_leafs=true
B:Wind_Particle_sand=true
B:Wind_Particle_waterfall=true
B:consoleDebug=true
D:sensorActivateDistance=256.0
D:sirenActivateDistance=256.0
D:volWaterfallScale=0.5
D:volWindScale=0.05
}

Weather2/ConfigMisc.cfg helpfull configurations

Storm_CloudSpawnDelay – PERFORMANCE HELPER: set to somewhere between 5-10 to significantly reduce the amount of cloud particles spawned, should boost framerate if your computer cant handle it.

Storm_IntensityAmplifier – greatly changes how wild the storms will get, set to over 10 for an “apocalypse mode” like situation of many many tornadoes

Storm_Tornado_RefinedGrabRules – set to false to use old block grab rules for tornado (makes them carve into ground like old ways), new ways just strips trees and doesnt harm ground, might also leave wood planks alone i cant remember right now.

Thread_Particle_Process_Delay – set to higher than to slow down the thread that scans around for blocks to enhance with particles, will however impact on visual sexyness

Installation Guide:

Make sure you have Minecraft Forge.
Download and install CoroUtil.
Download Mod
Extract zip file.
Go to Start menu. Type: %appdata%/.minecraft. Press Enter to Run %appdata%/.minecraft
Go to minecraft/modsfolder. If Mods folder does not exist, create one
Put Mod file into the mods folder
Launch Minecraft using Forge Profile, then Open Menu

Note: Please make sure you create a backup before installing any mods so you won’t have any issues with Minecraft.

Stay tuned for more amazing mods as this entire week we’ll have daily articles on big mods which will be included in our upcoming modpack, to be released on Sunday! Like always, feel free to leave any feedback you might have in the comment section below.



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Useful Information:
- How to install Minecraft mods
- Minecraft Forge 1.14.4 / 1.12.2 (All Versions)

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