Flood.atmos.uiuc.edu does indeed feed NNEXRAD from wunderground.com and we
are receiving it delayed from them. Steve Chizwell mentioned this to me the
other day and said he was checking into it.
[mailto:owner-ldm-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Kevin R. Tyle
Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2001 10:53 AM
Cc: LDM Users List; data@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Like you, we feed from flood, and yes, we see the same latencies.
Top-level feed site looks to be ingestor.wunderground.com. Last night
our stats file indicated latencies near 1 hour for HDS feeds emanating
from wunderground as well as NNEXRAD. The HDS latency was transient,
but NNEXRAD is still slow as of this time.
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On Wed, 5 Dec 2001, Eric Nelson wrote:
> We're feeding NNEXRAD and FNEXRAD from flood.atmos.uiuc.edu and seeing
> latencies of roughly an hour. Is anyone else experience data lag for
> these feeds?
> Eric Nelson College of Dupage Meteorology Dept.
> NWP WXP Graphics/Forecaster http://weather.cod.edu/
> Lab:(630) 942-2590 enelson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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