Secret weather stations? :)

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Michael wrote:
Lol!! :lol:

Good to see you Gary!
:?: Aaron just said that... :?
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:?: Aaron just said that... :?

I was just thinking that!? :? Wierd :? Except instead of Aaron above, for me it would be I. If you get what I mean. Bahh!

Yes Foggy, I don't understand some of that aviation stuff either.

Thanks for those vinyard (other etc) weather station links Tony! Interesting stations in how they operate by themselves communicating via GPRS.

That Ooooohhh...bitchy...! line has got me cracking up tonight. The line of the week! It just sounds funny!
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Foggy Hamilton wrote:I'm loving all these secret weather links :D
-especially the aviation one! it will be very useful to see where the Cb's are and how high up they are :D

If only it was plain english :P
Yea Im finding them very interesting aswell :)
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Anyone here apart from John used Metnet?

I sort of wish there pricing structure was a bit different though (paying nothing would be better!), you pay an amount per year (month etc) for unlimited access. But then again if no thunderstorms happened you'd be paying for nothing, so perhaps it is ok?

But yeah, I see on the demo page for metnet you can get weather info from all the metservice AWS throughout NZ, how often is it updated though. Every 5 minutes? Or is it every hour?
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