It's working with the Adafruit Huzzah ESP8266 Board

A project log for Beehive Monitoring, Now With WiFi

Using a WeMos ESP8266 D1 Mini and DHT22 Shield to monitor beehive temperature and humidity

Don R-CrenshawDon R-Crenshaw 08/30/2016 at 14:550 Comments

Lots to update. Let's start with the change of ESP8266 boards. It's relatively inexpensive ($10 US) and draws almost no power in deep sleep mode. In the image below, you can see it plugged into a couple rows of headers that are soldered to the relevant pins.

Next iteration will connect them to 3.3V out on the ESP8266.