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Blitzortung / Re: SERVER CHANGES
« Last post by Cutty Sark Sailor on Today at 01:59:05 AM »
Those are the Server Received signals "real time" from a Blitzortung Receiver after initial processing... Channel Data sent and received.  Among other data, a 'valid' entry by the channel data indicates that channel selected for analysis as possible 'stroke' and 'locating' determination... I'm centainly not going into detail here, there's a lot there if you're a computer or a person much smarter than me. The FFT graphs show the power content across the ELF/VLF spectrum contained in that impulse. An Operator can see his signals 'realtime' on his stations GUI page... these are what the server gets.
Those graphs are not public, Single 'last stroke' images available to operators on their Operator's page', and we have them installed on Sferics.Us with selection of 'last signal' within 2.5 second sample... so wont' really 'see them all'  on the server side .. especially during peak season,... too many signals to try and grab,.. we simply grab an activity snap  on a 2.5 second query.  If there's one there.
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 When do or do we think that Acurite will write the code for the access or fix it so it shows up on Weather Underground

I know that my Weatherflow displays this  would really like to see it on my Atlas ???
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Blitzortung / Re: SERVER CHANGES
« Last post by W2PJ on Today at 01:18:22 AM »
Cutty:
How do you get these graphics and what do they mean?  Can you provide a summary of what we are seeing here?
Thanks
Pete - W2PJ
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I agree that's what the manual said, I pressed the button as requested, saw the green light..... but still three (maybe 4) days now and i'm still losing data from about 5am to 8am or so plus/minus one hour.
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Hi folks, how do i go about this please, i have nevr bothered with weatherlink purely cause i am using WD, but now i see there is a Alexa skill for weatherlink and would now like to upload to weatherlink so i can make use of it, so, how does one use WD and WL at the same time please?

EDIT:

Scrub that idea, the WeatherLink skill is for the US only :(
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An ISS battery change should change the alert at midnight of the day changed.
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I think this has some discussion on it    http://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=35673.0

Enjoy,
Paul

thanks again Paul, I will contact Davis for help with this!
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Guess there's no VP3 coming
« Last post by Bashy on Yesterday at 11:22:36 PM »
I would be lost without my console, i left my OS 968 running just so i could keep the 4 consoles in the other rooms, would have been too expensive going the Davis route, the Davis console is sat next to me in the dining room, thats where i am the majority of the time, it serves no other purpose than used for a quick check as the sensors are also linked to the Envoy as well and thats attached to the weather lappy. Ideally i would like to see a touchscreen version, coming from the OS, i found the Davis console difficult to use and it seemed old, dont slate me, its just how i felt about it, i still find it difficult though, the alarms side of it i always have to consult the manual, mostly to remove an alarm....
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Cold temperature SHT31 vs 75
« Last post by jgentry on Yesterday at 10:45:45 PM »
At zero 0° looks like the SHT75 runs full 1° warm. The SHT31 is in standard shield, SHT75 in the pro shield.
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Interesting. But will say that’s within specs of the 75 if my memory serves me correctly. Does your calibrated thermometer agreeing with your 31?
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Chit-Chat / Re: Gas Prices
« Last post by Jstx on Yesterday at 10:42:52 PM »
WTI and Brent crude have nosedived recently.
WTI at this moment is down to $46.38/bbl, lowest in almost two years; seriously falling for the last two months, from a ~$76 high in Oct.

The Russians, the largest OPEC producers, have ramped up their production this month (Vlad Puty sending a msg to his BFF?), and American fracking ops have been pushing their record production numbers up too.
If it goes much lower there's a good chance of another 'oil bust', like in 1985*, et al. Approaching the $40/bbl mark most fracking ops are going way below their breakeven cost point, at that level some of them will begin shut-in procedures and begin laying off staff. New exploratory wells, workovers, and wells nearing production will have ops suspended.

* 1985, I remember it well. It was maybe the worst Texas recession I've ever seen, the hit to Houston was incredible. The housing boom statewide was over in a few months, real estate prices dropped like stones and didn't recover for a couple of years.
Even at home in the Valley, a brand new, just opened shopping mall, the first major one there, remained nearly empty during the Xmas season. Made for some great uncrowded shopping trips.

https://www.cnbc.com/quotes/?symbol=@CL.1
http://nbr.com/2018/12/18/oil-sinks-to-15-month-low-below-48-on-rising-us-russian-output/
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