Re: Strange PCPN occurrence
- Not sure what it is, but it's generated by Heavyweather Pro, not
WUHU. It's a rainfall column right next to absolute rainfall, and
instead of continously adding up the numbers, it resets to zero
after every report from the console. It would look something like
this (cols every minute):
what happened this morning was:
WUHU uses absolute, not relative.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wuhu_software"
> What is the relative rain column? You mean in the history.dat file
> generated by WUHU?
> If so, I will have to take a look at it this weekend.
> Let me know.
> --- In email@example.com, "utahweatherbear"
> <utahweatherbear@> wrote:
> > Hey WUHU. Something I haven't seen yet with my history.dat file
> > happened early this morning, I have sent a copy your way to look
> > At 649am, the absolute rain went from 0.28 to 0.30, indicating
> > rain had fallen. However, the relative rain column stayed at0.00.
> > Looking at the webcam and my 4 inch rain gauge, it appears thatmo
> > rain had fallen, or at best a trace, so the relative rain wasmake
> > The WUHU program appears to have used the absolute rain value
> > thus giving me a bogus 0.02. Is there a way the program could
> > sure the absolute rain column and relative column match, toavoid
> > these mistakes in the future? Again, I haven't seen this before,
> > am not sure what caused it.
> > Thanx, Dan