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Weather Web Site Help / Re: grlevel3 publishing/script
« Last post by sacreyweather on Today at 06:16:37 PM »
I am still seeing the "Coming Soon" Admin Login page and nothing else, so there isn't anyway for me or anyone else to look at it.
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter '18/'19
« Last post by WeatherHost on Today at 05:25:49 PM »
If I had my druthers, I'd choose in between somewhere.  Enough broken clouds to keep the bright Sun out of my eyes at least part of the time.

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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter '18/'19
« Last post by CW2274 on Today at 05:25:40 PM »
BTW, another good win for the Brownies, at this rate, they may take the division!
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Weather Web Site Help / Re: grlevel3 publishing/script
« Last post by meteorologistjbp on Today at 05:24:36 PM »
ok so now my millionth question of the day lol....oh man do I owe you btw...ok so now using these scripts...i gotta figure out how to get a radar image to show up.  I'm so lost with all of these paths now.  I don't care how it happens at this point lol...I just need to get a radar image to show up in my wordpress page.  Will knowing this root allow me to get a radar image into wordpress?  I have it in public_html/gr3...which i guess means that it is officially inside of wordpress now.  Any thoughts on this?  If your brain is toast at this point, I totally get it...I'm almost there, I think.
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter '18/'19
« Last post by ocala on Today at 05:10:38 PM »
For a place that touts sunshine 350 days a year, you'd sure as hell have a hard time proving it. I think I've seen the sun maybe three times in the last six weeks, if not longer. I've been here 30 years and never recall soooo much cloud cover for soooo long. I believe someone posted the same thing a few weeks ago, but I think they were back east, I would expect that.
Change is a comin' though, finally we get a ridge later in the week, temps pushing 80F. \:D/
Eh.
Sunshine is overrated. I'll take cloudy over sunshine every time.
Normally I'd completely agree, because it's always sunny here, but not this season...Jeez, I think I'm back in Vermilion....
Hear that!
We had some cool, cloudy, rainy conditions here recently. Reminded me of northern Ohio.
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Weather Web Site Help / Re: grlevel3 publishing/script
« Last post by sacreyweather on Today at 05:08:19 PM »
You should be able to make a GR3 folder in your root directory, point GR3 to that and be okay, otherwise do place it in the public_html folder.
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Weather Web Site Help / WXStatus & GRlevel3
« Last post by mkutche on Today at 04:38:26 PM »
So for now I have GRlevel3 publishing (uploading) to another server IE. http://www.mikeswxblog.com/GR3 my question is how do i implement this in this code so it actually shows it is being updated?

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# start of custom checks (put your custom checks below)
        $tDir = './GR3/';
if(file_exists($tDir.'kind_br1_0.jpg')) {
           do_check(langtransstr("GRlevel3 Radar FTP"),$tDir.'kind_br1_0.jpg',10*60+15,'file');
                if(file_exists("radar-status.php")) { // add radar status check if available
   echo " <tr>\n";
   echo "   <td colspan=\"4\">\n";
   include_once("radar-status.php");
   echo "</td>\n";
   echo " </tr>\n";
}

        }
        $tDir = './';
if(file_exists($tDir.'forecast-summary.txt')) {
           do_check(langtransstr("Forecast Summary"),$tDir.'forecast-summary.txt',10*60+15,'file');

        }
# end of custom checks
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Weather Web Site Help / Re: grlevel3 publishing/script
« Last post by meteorologistjbp on Today at 04:30:05 PM »
ok my bad on that...the public_html folder is pretty much a copy of the '/' folder.  So should I make a public_html/gr3 folder?  like you did?  Then I'll have gr3 upload the images to that folder?
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter '18/'19
« Last post by CW2274 on Today at 04:11:58 PM »
For a place that touts sunshine 350 days a year, you'd sure as hell have a hard time proving it. I think I've seen the sun maybe three times in the last six weeks, if not longer. I've been here 30 years and never recall soooo much cloud cover for soooo long. I believe someone posted the same thing a few weeks ago, but I think they were back east, I would expect that.
Change is a comin' though, finally we get a ridge later in the week, temps pushing 80F. \:D/
Eh.
Sunshine is overrated. I'll take cloudy over sunshine every time.
Normally I'd completely agree, because it's always sunny here, but not this season...Jeez, I think I'm back in Vermilion....
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter '18/'19
« Last post by ocala on Today at 04:00:28 PM »
For a place that touts sunshine 350 days a year, you'd sure as hell have a hard time proving it. I think I've seen the sun maybe three times in the last six weeks, if not longer. I've been here 30 years and never recall soooo much cloud cover for soooo long. I believe someone posted the same thing a few weeks ago, but I think they were back east, I would expect that.
Change is a comin' though, finally we get a ridge later in the week, temps pushing 80F. \:D/
Eh.
Sunshine is overrated. I'll take cloudy over sunshine every time.   
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