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Thanks for sharing everyone!  [tup]

Anyone else with data they would like to share?

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
The silly folks at UMI Performance, put their product sticker - upside down!
It's so when you bend down to look underneath the front, it appears to right way up!  ThU32:-)
Here is my report for Nottinghamshire, UK ...

May so far has been...
   Warmer than average (13.2C versus an average of 11.3)
   Dryer than average (28.40 mm versus an average total of 44.18)
   Calmer than average (a wind run of 1842 miles versus an average of 2827)

April was...
   Warmer than average (9.1C versus an average of 8.5)
   Wetter than average (70.40 mm versus an average total of 35.03)
   Windier than average (a wind run of 3048 miles versus an average of 2753)

I use the tags on my 'this month / last month summary' page ...
Hi Gang
 I don't have that special weather for the programmed in my WC
But this has been the warmest May on record here in central Ohio per channel 6 weather team [sweat2]

Nice suggestion, Edouard.

Here is mine. In our case, here in the mountains of Northern Utah, the CPS one-month forecast for May called for a 70-80% chance of above normal temperatures. They called it correctly. The CPS also said there was a 40-50% chance of above average precipitation. Alas, this prediction was a bust.
Love the photos and the update.
Dear WeatherCat fans of a certain rascally billy-goat station wagon, . . . . . 

Greg and the gang at Orinda Classic Car has been working bring my trusty wagon back to life.  First they installed some nice and shiny steering and suspension upgrades.  These include some tubular front controller arms:

A stronger front anti-sway bar:

The silly folks at UMI Performance, put their product sticker - upside down!  I'll have to ask them for another sticker.

There is a variable ratio steering box as well, but I don't have pictures of it since it looks just like the old one!

On the rear Biquette is getting stronger boxed controller arms:

She also has gotten a rear anti-sway bar:

All this should improve handling without making ride rougher.  Hopefully it will help cope with the many potholes to be found these days in California.  This afternoon, I brought in another load of parts and Greg had ready gotten the engine in:

As usual, he had a horrible time squeezing the engines and the long-tube headers in.  Here is a view of the passenger side:

There is still plenty of work to do, but definitely things are coming along!

Thanks for your support!  :)

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
Dear WeatherCat climate watchers,

For sometime now I have been posting the Climate Prediction Center forecasts like this one for the month that is almost over:

I have always been suspicious about the accuracy of these forecasts but didn't have an easy way to test them.  In WeatherCat 3, Stu added some tags that provides a nice summary of the climate.  Grand used them for a report in WeatherCatRCP.  Here is the text:

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R3 - L$ at D$
Build: BD$


This is a neat way to get a quick read on the climate of this past month.   Here is what this report looks like for Canebas weather station:

As you can see, it has been slightly cooler than normal in the San Francisco Bay Area, not much warmer as the Climate Prediction Center expected.

Since it is relatively easy to collect these tags, I thought we might share with one another these reports to compare what the climate has been at our respective locations compared with what was predicted by the CPC.  It may or may not reassure us about our weather and climate intuitions. . . . . 

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]

P.S. Of course those of us running WeatherCatRCP might use that report just to give Grand a plug! . . . .  [tup]
Dear svEngineer, Blick, and WeatherCat troubleshooters,

Let me also welcome you the WeatherCat forum!

I am unable to get weathercat and wunderground to communicate, status is "running" but reports sent = 0  . However a newly set up weathercloud account is working fine.  has anyone else been able to solve this connection problem?

Blick has given you the overview of what we need to troubleshoot your problem.  However, there is one possible cause that is relatively easy to check and fix.  As far as I know, Weather Underground still requires very simple passwords with only letters and numbers.  If you use a a more complex password, this sort of error occurs.  Could you double-check your Weather Underground password and if it is too complex, try a simpler one?

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
WeatherCat Integration / Re: Weather Underground Online settings.
« Last post by Blicj11 on May 29, 2018, 06:45:09 PM »

First, welcome to the WeatherCat Forum.

Second, it will be very helpful to the rest of us if we had enough information about your setup to comment. What version of WeatherCat are you using and what version of macOS?

Third, Wunderground is in a sad, long, downward death spiral and almost all of the recent communication problems are on their end. They are under new ownership and management and I suspect have terminated the employment of all of the people who knew what they were doing.

Fourth, having said all that, many people are reporting that communications are now much improved over a few months ago, so don't despair. Tell us what your setup is and we'll see if someone here can help you.
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