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20050407: WWDISP/WWLIST test fix (cont.)



>From: Gilbert Sebenste <address@hidden>
>Organization: NIU
>Keywords: 200503311932.j2VJWvv2017638 McIDAS WWDISP

Gilbert,

>I just did this...and it doesn't work. Plots boxes; still no counties.

Can I logon to take a look?  This is working for me.

Cheers,

Tom
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>From address@hidden  Fri Apr  8 11:18:11 2005

Hi Tom,

I did that WWDISP/LIST fix for all 3 machines. Any luck? We won't have 
more real watch outlines until next week...

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Hi Tom,

One more thing. I'd like to see WWDISP, or another program, display the 
new warning polygons found in tornado, severe thunderstorm, and flash 
flood warnings from WFO's. They're drwn from lat/lons inserted into the 
warnings; I'm sure you've seen them. Like this:

http://weather.niu.edu/polywarn.png

They are experimental for now, but will become official this fall. Any 
plans to add these to McIDAS?

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Hi Tom,

> >From: Unidata Support <address@hidden>
> >Organization: UCAR/Unidata
> >Keywords: 200503311932.j2VJWvv2017638 McIDAS WWDISP
> 
> Hi Gilbert,
> 
> I have a test fix for the WWDISP (and WWLIST) problems you uncovered
> a week ago.  To implement the test fix, please do the following:

My email has been having problems, but I think we're fixed now. Did you 
take care of this after I installed the test script? Also, will the 
new polygon warnings be incorporated into WWDISP?

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