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<#rfall> / <#r24hour> - implausibly

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<#rfall> / <#r24hour> - implausibly

Postby wetterfrosch1971 » Thu May 10, 2018 2:42 am

hi,

I have a Problem with <#rfall> ( = rain today) an <#r24hour> ( = rain last 24h):

Rolover is midnight.
Yesterday I have no rain (<#rfallY> is 0).
Today I have rain (rainfall today started at 3 o'clock AM) and therefore both values (<#rfall> and <#r24hour>) should be the same but <#r24hour> is 39,1mm and <#rfall> is 35,5mm.

Where is the mistake?

Thanks for help.
Frank

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Re: <#rfall> / <#r24hour> - implausibly

Postby steve » Thu May 10, 2018 6:36 am

If you zip up the diags folder and attach it, I’ll take a look.
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Re: <#rfall> / <#r24hour> - implausibly

Postby wetterfrosch1971 » Thu May 10, 2018 7:50 am

Hi Steve,
at the attachment is the diags Folder in zip-file.
look at the Picture: Now the 24-rain: 44,9 / the rain today: 41,3 - yesterday I had NO rain, the rainfall started today (10.05.2018) at 3 o'clock AM.
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Re: <#rfall> / <#r24hour> - implausibly

Postby wetterfrosch1971 » Thu May 10, 2018 8:21 am

Hi Steve,

I think I know the mistake.

I accidentally had shut off "use data logger" and I restart Cumulus and Computer while the rain was falling ;-(

Which value are now right, the dayfall rain or the 24h rain?
and whre I can correct it?

Thanks for help.

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Re: <#rfall> / <#r24hour> - implausibly

Postby steve » Thu May 10, 2018 10:07 am

The last 24 hour figure is probably correct, you can use the 'today's rain' editor to correct today's rain.
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Re: <#rfall> / <#r24hour> - implausibly

Postby wetterfrosch1971 » Thu May 10, 2018 12:14 pm

thank you Steve, it works.


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