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[THREDDS #VPU-622933]: NDFD CONDUIT extension of winds and gusts?



Greetings!

I just wanted to jump in here with a couple quick thoughts:

1. pygrib is available on windows from conda-forge (Thanks to yours truly--yes, 
I'll toot my own horn here. <laughs>)

  https://anaconda.org/conda-forge/pygrib/files

2. If your windows machines have access to your local AWIPS/EDEX servers, you 
could use our python-awips package (or the Data Access Framework) to directly 
access that information--assuming that the grids you want are indeed sitting on 
said EDEX servers

  https://unidata.github.io/python-awips/

Hope that helps,

Ryan

> Hi Sean,
> 
> I really appreciate the explanation. It was very helpful! You're right that
> it wasn't the answer I was hoping for.
> 
> I'll take a look at NCEP's raw GRIB2 of the NDFD but I doubt that will work
> since as far as I know Pygrib requires a Linux OS and right now we're only
> running these scripts on our Windows machines using Anaconda.
> 
> It's awfully ironic that the data has to go through so many channels just
> to get right back to a computer 2 feet away from where I did those grids!
> Haha


Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: VPU-622933
Department: Support THREDDS
Priority: Critical
Status: Closed
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