[gembud] SFLIST - what's the right sfparm for peak wind speed (pwsp does not seem to work)

Hi all - anyone know if the "peak wind" parameters in sflist (sfparm=pwsp, 
pwdr, pwhr, or pwmn) are valid?  The help file says it those  should work 
but when I run 

SFFILE   = $OBS/hrly/2010329.hrly
AREA     = @HQM
DATTIM   = all
SFPARM   = pwdr
OUPTU    = T

I get the following messages:

[SFLIST 1] Parameter PWDR is not computable
[SFLIST -4] No valid computable parameters

When I enter GUST or TMPC for SFPARM it works fine.. and in NWX the 
current obs for HQM do contain a number of PK WND reports.


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