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20010619: Delayed nexrad data

>From: Harry Edmon <address@hidden>
>Organization: University of Washington
>Keywords: 200106191559.f5JFxY105997 IDD NEXRAD


>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?


>From: Unidata Support <address@hidden>
>Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 13:56:19 -0600
>Subject: 20010619: Delayed nexrad data (cont.)


re: contact for sunshine.ssec.wisc.edu
>No.  Who is it?

Jerrold Robaidek

We are updating the site contact page to reflect this.


From: Unidata Support <address@hidden>
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 13:57:34 -0600
Subject: 20010619: 20010619: Delayed nexrad data (cont.) 


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


>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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