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PostPosted: Thu Dec 25, 2008 3:53 pm 
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I am not sure if I have a "glitch" or not, but whenever I display "Sea Level Pressure (mb)" there is ALWAYS a LOW over the southwest MO/northeast OK area. Can anyone please advise me if there is some way to fix this?
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Try: File, Clear data directory and then download new data from a different source. Let us know what happens.

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There appears to be a bad sea level pressure at KROG in NW Arkansas. It has been bad for several weeks, although the altimeter setting appears fine. I've renamed the site to KR0G (0 = zero) in the digatmos.stn file and recompiled tables so I don't have to continue QCing it to get it out of the analysis.


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Greg Higgins wrote:
Try: File, Clear data directory and then download new data from a different source. Let us know what happens.

Greg Higgins


I tried this and it is still the same.

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There appears to be a bad sea level pressure at KROG in NW Arkansas. It has been bad for several weeks, although the altimeter setting appears fine. I've renamed the site to KR0G (0 = zero) in the digatmos.stn file and recompiled tables so I don't have to continue QCing it to get it out of the analysis


If it IS a bad reading at KROG, I will wait a while to see if it goes away.


Thanks guys for the info!!


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