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Lightning / Re: Mounting poles and NOT attracting lightning.
« Last post by nincehelser on Today at 07:00:28 PM »

Well of course I would listen to a storm chaser / photographer over a degree holding engineer.

Well, gee.  I guess you've got one here, then.

Or do you want to listen to a crackpot who thinks lighting rods are just "feel good" measures.

I never said they were a "feel good" measure.

This is getting quite boring.

You remind me of a certain American politician who can't tolerate someone with another opinion.
I'd bet you're a supporter.

Which just goes to show you haven't been following the thread at all.

Maybe you should read before you comment.

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Lightning / Re: Mounting poles and NOT attracting lightning.
« Last post by wxthomson on Today at 06:48:55 PM »

Well of course I would listen to a storm chaser / photographer over a degree holding engineer.

Well, gee.  I guess you've got one here, then.

Or do you want to listen to a crackpot who thinks lighting rods are just "feel good" measures.

I never said they were a "feel good" measure.

This is getting quite boring.

You remind me of a certain American politician who can't tolerate someone with another opinion.
I'd bet you're a supporter.
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WeatherLink by Davis Instruments / Re: THSW
« Last post by Aardvark on Today at 06:31:55 PM »
for the mac, it doesn't do anything.
as far as Weatherlink showing THSW, it doesn't.  it shows THW.  I just loaded up the PC version and did a screen shot.  look and you will see thsw isn't listed with weatherlink.  Dalecoy must have been confused.
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Last week I study any things about temp probe because its very useful and few expensive.

Temp probe would be a NTC 10k 0.5% precission. This type are cheap component but not even meet precise and quality resistors with a well know developer. Many NTC 10k 1% and waterproof wired meet in eBay in 1 Euro or 1 dollar with shipping included, but testing this cheap eBay Chinese NTC look poor quality.

However can meet raw components without waterproof with know developer ( example. Vishay) and guaranteed specs about 5 euro or less.

Remember temp probe can use in many cases, needed more explanation but NTC 10k would operate in central pins RJ11 where temp/hum sensor PROBABLY the board detect and fit different type of sensors in same port.

This theory would be a new option if work in VUE ISS for separate temp measures from module nearing soil, also would be interest for separate console temp measure...

Discussion can be about precission and accurate compare SHT11 SHT13 AND SHT31 but this Sensitrion sensors thing can't be waterproof and wiring distance its short. NTC resistors can use up to 300 meters, easy and precise with 10 to 50 meters. I thing can't use third wire for better precission as MAX31856 boards in davis ports.

MeteoCampoo Team
www.meteocampoo.es

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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter '17-'18
« Last post by ValentineWeather on Today at 05:55:19 PM »
Setting up the ice skate rink today in Stillwater to attract shoppers downtown until New Year's had to be postponed to Dec. 1, due to warm weather.  The high here got to 82 today.
http://www.stwnewspress.com/news/local_news/winter-wonderland-opening-date-postponed-by-warm-weather/article_c13d364d-d004-5883-9b8f-395da775517a.html



Wishful thinking on their part.
Average low temperature for date is 33.
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter '17-'18
« Last post by CW2274 on Today at 05:52:06 PM »
Looks like tomorrow we will break the oldest standing high temp record in Tucson at 122 years, 86F, progged for 88F. Then Sun., possibly 90F, if so, the latest date ever for a 90 degree day here.
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WeatherUnderground / Re: WU/StrikeStar RADAR now flakey
« Last post by GregJ on Today at 05:47:13 PM »
Yah, I found a couple of threads, but they were just acknowledging the problem.  No real information about the cause or a pending solution....  I just hope they can fix it and don't drop the service.....

Greg
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter '17-'18
« Last post by Bunty on Today at 05:27:11 PM »
Setting up the ice skate rink today in Stillwater to attract shoppers downtown until New Year's had to be postponed to Dec. 1, due to warm weather.  The high here got to 82 today.
http://www.stwnewspress.com/news/local_news/winter-wonderland-opening-date-postponed-by-warm-weather/article_c13d364d-d004-5883-9b8f-395da775517a.html

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WeatherLink by Davis Instruments / Re: THSW
« Last post by Mattk on Today at 04:30:39 PM »
As previously noted by Dalecoy WeatherLink software handles THSW value fine and obviously to get THSW then one will need a Solar sensor, which should be a given as well as Temp Humidity, Wind, Lat/Long and Date/time.
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WeatherUnderground / Re: WU/StrikeStar RADAR now flakey
« Last post by chief-david on Today at 03:48:48 PM »
It has been happening for a few weeks. There is a thread somewhere.

Just remember-It's not you, It's WU.
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