As you know yesterday, my radio icon disappeared again during our stormy weather. It re-appeared overnight, and in doing so upgraded the time to daylight savings time. With the sunny morning, the icon is still visible. Is that weird or is that weird?
The Wilton Weather Guy
- Hey Jeff,
How'd you folks fare with the stormy weather? Over here in Michigan,
we are supposed to get some nasty stuff this evening. I like watching
the system capture data as the storm progresses into and through the
- Hey Mark,
Not sure how they made out in Maine, I am sure Jeff will let us know.
As for NH the 1st wave came through, was a very narrow strip had some
rain and some wind, that was all here. There were some spot
thunderstorms in the area, nothing much. The temps dropped so quickly
after the 1st wave there was not enough heat left to build up
anything, again just some light rain withthe 2nd wave. I only
received .10 rain. Not nearly enough to make an impact. With the dry
air and windy conditions today, we are ripe for more brush fires.
Tuesdays storm could be interesting as we could get some snow. Tough
call at this point.
Sure didn't get much in March.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jeffrey C. Le Doux"
> With the sunny morning, the icon is still visible.Well... Not exactly weird, The icon is set to stay visible until the
> Is that weird or is that weird?
next night time sync. It's meant to stay there so you can figure if
the time sync was successful or not.
On European models the same happens with the German DCF77 time sync
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