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[aprssig] Weather graphics

Stan Leeds, KC7EHJ srkleeds at sbcglobal.net
Sun Oct 14 13:48:17 UTC 2007


I haven't seen any more comments or answers on this. But just this 
morning I noticed on my IGate computer running UI-View32 and NWS-Get.

The graphics are at
http://www.hharc.org/gallery/tempdir/longbox1.png
http://www.hharc.org/gallery/tempdir/longbox2.png

It looks like they were generated by the following:
<EACZAA>141300z,SVRTSM,NE_C111,  LINCOLN COUNTY
<AECVAA>141245z,SEVERE_WEATHR,NEC63

Stan/KC7EHJ


Chris Rose wrote:
> Does any of this have to do with the NWS changing
> their watch and warning displays that may not
> correspond to entire counties but parts of counties? 
> Polygonal displays that correspond to projected paths
> of storms that affect smaller areas geographically are
> the wave of the future as of this year, officially
> launched October 1, 2007 but in use already for a few
> months.
> 
> 73,
> Chris 
> KB8UIH
> --- Mike Mather <wd0cwt at mchsi.com> wrote:
> 
>> Robbie, wa9inf wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I guess this is more for Gerry, since he has some
>> insight to the NWS 
>>> and shape files displayed on our APRS maps..
>>>
>>> Lately there are lines being drawn from way up in
>> northern Canada, all 
>>> the way down to Kansas, then a box on the ends of
>> the lines in what 
>>> may be a Area of Alert???
>>>
>>> Any ideas why all the looong lines???? What do
>> they mean?
>>> Robbie
>>>
>> N0BKB and I were talking about that today and we
>> know it's not something 
>> we're doing so it has to be something in the system.
>>  Anybody have any 
>> ideas?
>>
>> Mike
>> WD0CWT
>>
>> -- 
>> PK
>>
>>
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