As you probably know NCEP had major problems yesterday:
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SENIOR DUTY METEOROLOGIST NWS ADMINISTRATIVE MESSAGE
NWS NCEP CENTRAL OPERATIONS CAMP SPRINGS MD
110 PM EDT SUN JUN 1 2008
12Z GFS ANALYSIS/FORECAST WAS RE-STARTED AGAIN WITH NO SATL DATA
DUE TO THE ON-GOING NESDIS DDS PROBLEMS. THE RE-START EFFORTS WERE
SUCCESSFUL. AVAILABLE PROGRAMMING SUPPORT HAS BEEN CONTACTED
AND ARE TRYING TO RESOLVE THIS ISSUE QUICKLY. EXPECT AT LEAST A
TWO HOUR DELAY IN THE 12Z GFS AND WAVE MODEL PRODUCTS..
HOURLY RUC ANALYSIS WILL ALSO BE DELAYED.
The 1-degree data we received via CONDUIT in the
conduit/gfs.2008060112/gfs.t12z.pgrbf*.grib2 files were
understandably late (not arriving until around 16:30 - 16:50 EDT),
but, quite unexpectedly they were the grids from the 2008053112 run!
The same is true for the 1/2-degree grids gfs.t12z.pgrb2f*.
So, unless I've somehow missed something, all of us CONDUIT recipients
have bad data for 2008060112. Does anyone out there have good data?
I assume that good data cannot be retransmitted via CONDUIT, is that
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