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Other Weather Topics / Re: NWS Paducah tracking chaff on radar?
« Last post by WeatherHost on Today at 07:57:05 PM »
^^  That street name doesn't happen to be Mockingbird Lane, does it?

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OK, I tried to set up Weatherlink.com but somehow misread or misunderstood what to do. The result was that I tried again and it worked perfectly.

Unfortunately, now I have TWO stations. One is working well while the other is showing blank data. They have the same name as well.

How do I get rid of the non-functioning station? Did a search here and on Weatherlink.com but could not find an answer.

Thanks.
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AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: Old Smart Hub
« Last post by CW2274 on Today at 07:43:09 PM »
No kidding. Just because someone owns a PWS sure as hell doesn't mean they know what they're doing with it, Davis or otherwise. As I've stated countless times before, as a whole, I pretty much condemn QC just for this very reason. If folks want to keep  ](*,) because the neighbors keep bringing them down, well.... :roll:
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Also, I would love to learn about more things people are interested in having. ;) Whether you're thinking of improvements to what already exists, or new things altogether, it's also worth mentioning. Naturally, I can't always comment directly, but please know we're listening and taking the feedback seriously.
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Other Weather Topics / Re: NWS Paducah tracking chaff on radar?
« Last post by vreihen on Today at 07:37:06 PM »
I'd bet the HOA would love that! [-X

Speaking of some day, I'm patiently waiting for the day when WSR-88D's are put out on the surplus market:



When that happens, Bluetooth and consumer wifi will be useless in several of my neighboring towns when I crank the transmit power knob up to 11.....  :lol:
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Hi Nincehelser, Did you get any word from Victoria on rain rate bug?
Looks she is active now in forum.

We're investigating this, and I will let you know when I have more information. Thank you!
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AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: Customer service
« Last post by Victoria on Today at 07:27:07 PM »
Unfortunately, we don't have any channels in Australia that offer Atlas at this time.
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AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: Old Smart Hub
« Last post by DoctorKnow on Today at 07:17:55 PM »
CW2274,
There is one particular Davis owner up in Greenville near where I live that sends to CWOP, and the pictures this person uploaded show the station on the roof. The thermometer is out of range in the summer. It makes others look off. Also to my east near Atlantic Beach, they have stations that are way off. When you try to compare your data to that mess, it is not helping anyone... At least get your thermometer right, if nothing else!
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AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: Old Smart Hub
« Last post by CW2274 on Today at 06:59:57 PM »
Greetings,

I just bought and set up a pre owned Pro Weather Center myself. It came with the old smartHUB unit and I guess that I will have to upgrade by February. Being new to all of this, I have never heard of the SDR with a RP3. Would you please tell me more about it and is it an alternative to the AcuRite Access hub?

Thanks!

You also have to wire a baro sensor to the Pi in order to have a "complete" system.

It's an alternative to the Access hub, but it will not report data to myAcurite.  Also, Atlas support isn't available yet.

Still don't understand why Acurite doesn't enable a CWOP upload option on the Access... It can't be that difficult.

Pure speculation, but I wonder if CWOP really wants a bunch of newbies sending data.  Or maybe Acurite is afraid of the support nightmare that might ensue when the newbies ask why they aren't passing CWOP's tests.

Does any weather station manufacturer provide CWOP reporting out-of-the-box?  Someone asked this question of Facebook and I couldn't think of any.
The QC however isn't perfect by any means, because Davis users are putting their whole arrays up on their roofs.
Do you really think that comment doesn't deserve a  :roll: :roll: :roll:...
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