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Offline Goldguru

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NOAA monthly report help
« on: January 13, 2021, 10:54:35 PM »
could some explain what the numbers on the summary line of the monthly report are & how the are generated?
the numbers in question are whole numbers under the time column's 12,9,12

                                      Heat  Cool        Avg
    Mean                              Deg   Deg         Wind                 Dom
Day Temp  High   Time   Low    Time   Days  Days  Rain  Speed High   Time    Dir
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01  46.5  49.3   14:45  44.2   00:00  18.4   0.0   9.0   2.0  14.8   15:59   NNW
02  45.3  47.8   04:23  42.8   22:49  19.8   0.0  43.1   2.7  21.7   15:39   WSW
03  44.9  50.5   13:29  41.4   03:28  19.1   0.0   1.5   3.8  22.8   09:53     W
04  44.4  47.1   12:37  38.7   23:56  20.8   0.0  22.5   4.0  32.0   00:17     W
05  41.7  47.1   21:18  36.5   01:39  22.0   0.0  12.2   3.0  19.5   15:52   NNE
06  42.8  48.0   13:22  35.8   23:37  22.2   0.0   2.9   2.0  18.3   05:23   NNE
07  41.7  48.9   23:31  32.5   03:41  22.9   0.0   0.0   4.9  32.0   20:46    NE
08  43.6  49.6   01:59  33.6   23:43  21.4   0.0   2.8   3.2  29.8   00:25   NNW
09  40.4  45.1   20:46  32.2   01:55  24.6   0.0   4.0   4.1  25.1   13:24    NE
10  44.5  48.7   12:28  41.2   00:00  20.4   0.0   1.8   2.1  11.4   01:48    NE
11  45.7  47.8   12:07  42.6   01:34  19.3   0.0  24.7   4.1  23.9   22:58    NE
12  49.7  55.2   12:51  45.1   23:57  15.3   0.0  35.9   2.7  40.0   23:25    NW
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    44.3  55.2    12    32.2     9   246.2   0.0 160.4   3.2  40.0    12       N
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Thnx Gold

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Re: NOAA monthly report help
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2021, 11:52:43 PM »
Huh, I never noticed that... They're under the "time" parameters, but I see no relevance at the moment. Mine currently displays 8,13, and 11.

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Re: NOAA monthly report help
« Reply #2 on: January 14, 2021, 12:12:03 AM »
Ah, got it. It's the date of the extreme.

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Re: NOAA monthly report help
« Reply #3 on: January 14, 2021, 12:19:36 AM »
I think I have figured it out
they are the day of the month for the Highest temp,Lowest temp & I think the last is for highest wind gust
I'll know after midnite if the last 12 becomes 13 then its for sure wind gust
for on the 12th max gust 40 mph (monthly high so far) & today is 45mph
the high & low temp match & are listed as such in the annual NOAA report

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Re: NOAA monthly report help
« Reply #4 on: January 14, 2021, 12:28:11 AM »
I thought I just said that...

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Re: NOAA monthly report help
« Reply #5 on: January 14, 2021, 12:32:40 AM »
Ah, got it. It's the date of the extreme.

yes that would appear to be what they are.
 
seems an odd place to have those dates listed where they are without a label l guess referring to the column left of the High/Low is the clue but no referance to it representing a date.

LOL yes CW2274 you did just say that,I missed your short post TY

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Re: NOAA monthly report help
« Reply #6 on: January 14, 2021, 07:21:26 AM »
Excuse me for jumpin' in, here, but since I think you're using Cumulus?  I'm not a Cumulus user, but wasn't there a glitch or two with some decimals mentioned in the past?  Perhaps you might find a clue to here:
https://cumuluswiki.org/a/Webtags#List_of_allowed_modifiers
I may be completely off base, but just a thought.
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Re: NOAA monthly report help
« Reply #7 on: January 14, 2021, 12:25:54 PM »

I don't recall anything recent about a comma issue but the NOAA report produced by Cumulus has been with that integer beside the the High or Low for a long time.  I think since it was created in July 2011 based on the Weatherlink format and what Saratoga template used at the time  Saratoga-Weather.org - NOAA Climate Reports (saratoga-weather.org)

This is a modified website script KomokaWeather WLL

Enjoy,
Paul

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Re: NOAA monthly report help
« Reply #8 on: January 14, 2021, 02:43:15 PM »

I don't recall anything recent about a comma issue but the NOAA report produced by Cumulus has been with that integer beside the the High or Low for a long time.  I think since it was created in July 2011 based on the Weatherlink format and what Saratoga template used at the time  Saratoga-Weather.org - NOAA Climate Reports (saratoga-weather.org)

This is a modified website script KomokaWeather WLL

Enjoy,
Paul
Yeah,
mine configured to show that as "1/10/21" e.g. rather than just "10"... That's why his looked so bizarre to me at first glance.. heh.
 

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Re: NOAA monthly report help
« Reply #9 on: January 14, 2021, 03:08:42 PM »
Hey Mike,
Just started my WLpc and see the NOAA monthly report is pretty well identical - the same day digit beside Highs and Low.  I can't see any other settings so you've done some editing  [tup]


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Re: NOAA monthly report help
« Reply #10 on: January 14, 2021, 04:41:48 PM »
Paul... no, not to my knowledge... maybe a bit of css stuck in, but software is VWS,  noaamo.txt into Saratoga... I've done nothing except tell it to create, and have FLING do the lifting to the server... I ain't that good to rewrite stuff... heh.
 

 

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