Weather Tracking for HanDBase is the preliminary version of a paid project. Weather Tracking was written with HandBase V3.0i and its companion forms utility. The applet consists of one parent database and five child databases. The relational, db-popup and calculated field types are used throughout the applet. Data provided in the various databases is for test purposes only. Weather tracking, the parent database - related to the "WeatherStats" database using the "time created" field. The "time created" field is used due to the highly unlikely even that two records will be created at the same time. WeatherTracking captures the date and time of the event, time the record was created, location, an indication of the number of related records in the "WeatherStats" database, notes, and editing links to the child databases. There are two forms associated with the database. A possible expansion to the applet may be the addition of more detailed information in the "WeatherLoction" child database. The "location" field uses the "db-popup" to import information from the "WeatherLocation" child database. The "location" db-popup field is structured to display only the "triangle"; no heading or data display field is displayed. A text entry field is provided that allows the db-popup information obtained by the "location" field into it by setting its variable to the same as the "location" db-popup field. This arrangement allows editing of the location entry. A button labeled "Edit Locations" is provided to allow entry of the defined locations in the "WeatherLocation" child database. This method of operation is also used in the "WeatherStats" child database to augment "on-scene" situations in the "WeatherStats" child database. The number of related "weather stats" records in the "WeatherStats" database is indicated with a "button". The "notes" field type is provided to allow for miscellaneous information. A button labeled "Edits" is provided to link to the second form to allow editing of the child databases. The "WeatherConditions" child database allows the entry of "defined" conditions and notes. The "WeatherLocation" child database allows entry of location name, physical location, coordinates, terrain and notes. The "WeatherSituations" child database is provided to capture weather descriptions and notes. The "WeatherStats" child database is provided to document weather situations, notes, amounts (such as rain, snow and similar forms of wet stuff), wind speed, system speed movement, direction, barometric pressure, temperature, humidity, dew point, and sun rise/sun set time. Another form might be considered to contain more detailed information, such as internal temperature and wind speed/conditions. A blank and unlinked "More Amounts" form is provided to allow further documentation. A "Running Amounts" form is provided to display "running/average amount" of "wet stuff," average barometric pressure, average temperature, average humidity, and average dew point. The "WeatherTerrain" child database is provided to capture terrain descriptions and notes.