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AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: Atlas Has Arrived
« Last post by nincehelser on Today at 05:23:02 AM »
What is the appropriate diameter size for the pole that fits the Atlas sensor ? is it the same as 5in1 ? I see through the pictures that the free mounting bracket that comes with the sensor resembles the one with 5in1 so I just want to make sure.

I'm not sure that's properly documented anywhere, but the pole diameter of the 5n1 (3/4") will work just fine.

The way the mount works the diameter of the pole isn't critical.  I'm just guessing a range here, but maybe 3/4" to 2" diameter will work fine.
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter '18/'19
« Last post by WeatherHost on Today at 05:16:56 AM »
So, the switch was flipped to Summer Heat the first of May and finally seems to have been flipped off again with forecast highs in the upper 60s showing.

Thoughts on Winter?  I like mild weather, no extremes either way, but I very rarely get what I want.

 
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AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: Atlas Has Arrived
« Last post by abusuzuki on Today at 04:38:19 AM »
What is the appropriate diameter size for the pole that fits the Atlas sensor ? is it the same as 5in1 ? I see through the pictures that the free mounting bracket that comes with the sensor resembles the one with 5in1 so I just want to make sure.

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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Spring/Summer '18
« Last post by Bunty on Today at 12:47:54 AM »
3.6" was easily topped in Oklahoma on Friday.  Southern Oklahoma  was targeted for another heavy rainy period in the state, peaking out at 14.10" in 10 hours, so far.  Amounts quickly tapered off going north, so I only got .74".  Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas got 2 to 4+ inches.   Fortunately, other than flash flooding, there were no other problems associated with severe weather.  It was the result from the remains of a tropical low coming up from the south meeting with a slow moving cold front.

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Weather Website PHP/AJAX scripting / Re: advforecast2.php issue
« Last post by saratogaWX on Today at 12:09:02 AM »
The 4.x version of the script only does 1 row.. the 5.x version does two rows because more icons were available :)

Glad you've bypassed the issues with the NWS V3 forecast beta for now...
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AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: Temperature very low when colder in morning
« Last post by A1cntrler on Yesterday at 11:16:38 PM »
Night temperatures can vary quite a bit especially if the wind is calm. The cold air settles lower and closer to the ground.  A difference between your two sensors (27 to 31) isn't that huge of a difference.  Are they both sited the same?  How far apart (vertically and horizontally) are they?  IS one in a spot that remains shady?  The colder one out in the open while the warmer one near trees/building/fence, etc..?

How far from the airport are you?  It doesn't seem too unrealistic for it to vary by that much.  I live in Southern California and in the morning on the news temperatures vary from 37 degrees (at Big Bear) to low 70's at the same time only 20 miles away.  Lots of micro climates here.
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Will do thank you very much.  =D>
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Oh - and once you find those lines of PHP code, where you see $temperature used, substitute $tempnodp.
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1) toFixed() will do rounding.

2) If you have changed the ajax code to the following:

Code: [Select]
      set_ajax_obs("ajaxtemp", temp.toFixed(0) + uomTemp);
      set_ajax_obs("ajaxtempNoU", temp.toFixed(0));
      set_ajax_obs("gizmotemp", temp.toFixed(0) + uomTemp);

I believe that is all you need to change in the JS file.

However, those fields are initially set in the PHP code. You need to find the instances of id="ajaxtemp" (ajax-dashboard.php), id="ajaxtempNoU" (software dependent trends code), and id="gizmotemp" (ajax-gizmo.php) in the code and modify that code. The PHP code just uses whatever the value is from the tags file, and I assume that's always with one decimal point.
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Thanks appreciate the help. I've changed mind on doing this so going to leave as is but as a followup I did change all the 1's to 0 and made no difference.
I had already done this prior to post here and just tried again. Usually there is something else I'm missing anytime I make a change. ](*,)
I really don't want just removal of decimal but want it rounded correctly off if removed.  I see the big temperature was already zero and that's true, so I'm sure somewhere else it also needs changed.

 
        //Temperature
      var temp = convertTemp(realtime[2]);
      set_ajax_obs("ajaxtemp", temp.toFixed(1) + uomTemp);
      set_ajax_obs("ajaxtempNoU", temp.toFixed(1));
      set_ajax_obs("gizmotemp", temp.toFixed(1) + uomTemp);
      set_ajax_obs("ajaxbigtemp",temp.toFixed(0) + uomTemp);

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