Ok I was getting errors about my Barometer having low numbers. It said probably the software wasn't reporting the correct elevation. I thought this was strange because It was fine before. I went and did some work fixing my mount since it was shagging to the side from the Spring Storms. So I fixed it and got it all solid again. Checked VWS and it was all correct. Except I was having problems with the FTP and sending to HW. So I uninstalled VWS and reinstalled it. Then open Weatherlink and noticed the Elevation for waaaay off in it. I corrected it and it changed on the Console instantly. Thing is I don't use the Weatherlink, just VWS and it was set right. I was comparing to other stations in my area and I am pretty close if not right on to other in my area but my QC is failing.http://weather.gladstonefamily.net/site/C9936
Then for the stations in my area.... Mine it at the top....http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/wxnear.cgi?call=CW9936
So question is should I ignore this and just give it time to catch up and if so how long does that take? When should I start looking to maybe calibrate it?
I have been pondering the same thing! I have had numerous outages and sensor faults that transmitted bad data earlier this month and my checks have gone to..well lets just say a much hotter place
The explanation tend to lean toward a barometer that is stuck or too low..however it tracks right along with little difference from the other local stations.
I guess it's really no big deal but I just hate to see the big red X's on something I am working on! Personal peeve maybe!