My best suggestion would be to put a microcontroller on your sensor board, and then send the data via serial to a dedicated wireless node of whatever form you settle on. I'd start with the Microchip part selector: https://www.microchip.com/maps/microcontroller.aspx
If the app is a weather monitoring station, you'll probably want a chip with an extended temp range. Since you specify SOIC or DIP, I'd guess you're soldering by hand, and that DIP is preferable. All that, plus ten twelve-bit A/D channels, limits you to a few dozen active parts. Out of those, I've personally used the dsPIC 30F4013 in a number of applications. It supports SPI, CAN, UART, I2C, and has many spare pins that could be used for a parallel interface.
If you use this chip, I suggest that when configuring the A/D converter, you use the Vref+ and Vref- pins as your references, instead of the AVdd and AVss pins. It eats two of the thirteen available A/D pins, but the AVdd and AVss pins have an ~50 mV result floor. Below that, you don't get anything out of the converter.