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[aprssig] WX Objects

William McKeehan mckeehan at mckeehan.homeip.net
Thu Jun 1 02:32:28 UTC 2006


Thanks for the response, I was beginning to wonder if I was seeing things.

This makes the WX alerts on APRS useless...any ideas who generates those? It
looks like a programming problem related to UTC vs local time.


On Wed, May 31, 2006 9:42 pm, Richard Montgomery said:
> Hey Williams,
>
> We are seeing the same things down here.
>
> I have several NWS warnings on my screen that expired hours ago
> according to the fingered wx data. Not sure whats going on.
>
> I have them from Memphis (MEG), Nashville (OHX), and Huntsville (HUN)
> right now.
>
> Richard
> KB4YTM
>
>
> William McKeehan wrote:
>> Anyone else notice the Weather alerts that show up and then in about 10
>> seconds go away because they expire?
>>
>> Anyone notice anything strange with WX objects? We in East TN are seeing all
>> kinds of strange things.
>>
>> Does anyone know who can I talk to about what we're seeing to maybe get a
>> solution?
>>
>> On Sun, May 28, 2006 8:53 pm, William McKeehan said:
>>> Is anyone else noticing strange things with WX objects?
>>>
>>> I'm seeing things like OHXV2036z...being created at 8:36PM EASTERN time.
>>> It's
>>> for an event that was happening at 2036 UTC...
>>>
>>> Anyone else?
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