> I suggest that you uncomment more of the debug statements. In particular, the
> statements on the following lines should be useful to figure out what is
> - 659
> - 667
> - 673
> - 678
> Did you by chance reset the total counter on your rain gauge? If you reset
> the total counter between 48-72 hours, then it is possible to get those types
> of results. Total counter resets are tricky to handle. The code does its
> best to figure out what happened, but strange results are almost guaranteed.
Welcome back to the list, haven't seen you post for a while. I'll uncomment more lines. I am running aws as my weather feed,
think that might have something to do with it?
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From: Matthew Williams <mattrwilliams@us...> - 2008-03-23 15:38:48
David Satterfield wrote:
> Hi Matt,
> Welcome back to the list, haven't seen you post for a while. I'll
> uncomment more lines. I am running aws as my weather feed,
> think that might have something to do with it?
Life has been crazy recently and I've been too busy to play at mh. However,
long weekends are good for catching up on fun!
It is quite possible that the AWS station resets their total rain counter
every so often. Does the AWS website you use allow for looking at historical
data? If so, it may provide clues as to why the counter isn't consistent.
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