>From: Harry Edmon <address@hidden> >Organization: University of Washington >Keywords: 200106191559.f5JFxY105997 IDD NEXRAD Harry, >The nexrad data from sunshine.ssec.wisc.edu has been way behind all morning. >Is there something wrong? Not that we are aware of. I notifyme from a machine here at the UPC to sunshine.ssec showed that the NNEXRAD products being put into its queue are current (to the second), so I can't explain why your feed is slow. Did you contact the administrator for sunshine? Tom >From: Unidata Support <address@hidden> >Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 13:56:19 -0600 >Subject: 20010619: Delayed nexrad data (cont.) Harry, re: contact for sunshine.ssec.wisc.edu >No. Who is it? Jerrold Robaidek address@hidden We are updating the site contact page to reflect this. Tom From: Unidata Support <address@hidden> Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 13:57:34 -0600 Subject: 20010619: 20010619: Delayed nexrad data (cont.) Harry, On further thought, you should CC address@hidden This will avoid problems if/when Jerry is not there. >re: contact for sunshine.ssec.wisc.edu >>No. Who is it? > >Jerrold Robaidek >address@hidden Tom >From address@hidden Tue Jun 19 14:02:15 2001 >To: address@hidden >Cc: address@hidden, address@hidden >Subject: Slow NEXRAD data from sunshine.ssec.wisc.edu The idd NEXRAD data feed to sunny89.atmos.washington.edu has been an hour behind for most of the day. Do you see any reason for this? Thanks. -- Dr. Harry Edmon E-MAIL: address@hidden 206-543-0547 address@hidden Dept of Atmospheric Sciences FAX: 206-543-0308 University of Washington, Box 351640, Seattle, WA 98195-1640
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