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Severe Weather / Bad one today
« Last post by ValentineWeather on Today at 12:14:15 AM »
Thunderstorm with 76 mph winds at airport may have been more. Uprooted some large trees, downed power lines even one on fire lots of flooding the good thing hail was small what we had. I recorded 2.11" rain and looks like it killed 2 of my cameras the rain and wind combo may have shorted them out.

Facebook video someone posted this.
https://www.facebook.com/laura.vroman.5/videos/10214225573546488/

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What is the local NWS site's heat index number? How far apart is yours from theirs?
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Well after 2.96" of rain today here just north of Gulfport with rain rates 7.5-9.5" at certain points my three day old SHT31 made it to 99%  \:D/  I haven't seen 99% in almost 2 years! I wonder if I'll get the elusive 100% overnight or early in the morning?  :-k Do you guys think the sf2 filter along with the davis filter might calm down the wet bias the sensor has? My heat indices have come down from the 120+ range to a more respectable 110, but that still seems a tad bit to high.
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Aight gang, Iím going to try something on both of my stations. One being a passive shield with a month old SHT 31 and another one with a year old SHT-31 inside of a 24hr FARS. Both stations are around 6miles apart from each other.
With that distance, you'll need to study obs for quite a while to get a "feel" for what and how you're comparing, probably days at least.
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Aight gang, Iím going to try something on both of my stations. One being a passive shield with a month old SHT 31 and another one with a year old SHT-31 inside of a 24hr FARS. Both stations are around 6miles apart from each other. I decided to go on to the WL software and calibrated the humidity sensor by putting in the correct value based off of the current air temperature reported by the station itself and the DP temp from the nearby airport. Going to see how that goes and especially when the humidities reach near 100%
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No sir, bottom left, two pics, one good siting (according to them), one bad. Frankly, the gravel is white and I'd think of minimal effect.

Ah, I see now. Yes, that is a violation of the guidelines. I'm guessing they list that as "good" relative to the other horror shows that are catalogued there.
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That web site's well sited Stevenson screen is over gravel.....
Maybe you're referring to one of the pictures (upper right of home page, for instance) showing examples of what NOT to do when siting a weather station?
No sir, bottom left, two pics, one good siting (according to them), one bad. Frankly, the gravel is white and I'd think of minimal effect.
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So is your problem with WU or WeatherLink?

It does appear many users are trying to fix stuff that isn't the cause or isn't broken. If it is a WU issue then no amount of uninstalling and reinstalling WeatherLink or changing versions is going to fix WU's issues.
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