Nano - Gust Wind

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Nano - Gust Wind

Post by gruenitz » Wed Oct 10, 2018 2:44 pm

I noted that the maxim recorded gust is showing the maximum wind and not the maximum gust wind. In the attached graph the max gust is over 70 km/h but the record shows only 59 km/h.
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Re: Nano - Gust Wind

Post by admin » Wed Oct 10, 2018 11:22 pm

I don't think so. How did you feed your attached graph?

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Re: Nano - Gust Wind

Post by gruenitz » Thu Oct 11, 2018 1:55 pm

The graph is generated using the Weather34 template and the API. According to Brian he read the max values from meteobridge.

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Re: Nano - Gust Wind

Post by admin » Fri Oct 12, 2018 10:54 pm

I still don't get your point. To what exactly do you see a contradiction? Why do you think the graph is not right? Where do you get the "record" of 59 to compare with?

This is wind data the template for weather34 is fed with. I don't know which of these Brian is using for the graph:

[wind0avgwind-act:--]
[wind0wind-act:--]
[wind0dir-act:--]
[wind0dir-act:--]
[wind0wind-act=bft.0:--]
[wind0chill-act:--]
[wind0avgwind-dmax:--]
[wind0avgwind-dmaxtime:--]
[wind0wind-dmax:--]
[wind0wind-dmaxtime:--]
[wind0wind-max10:--]
[wind0dir-avg10:--]
[wind0dir-avg10:--]
[wind0wind-avg15:—]
[wind0wind-avg30:—]
[wind0wind-ydmax:--]
[wind0wind-ydmaxtime:--]
[wind0wind-mmax:--]
[wind0wind-mmaxtime:--]
[wind0wind-ymax:--]
[wind0wind-ymaxtime:--]

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