Nagu Yacht Club’s webcam is back online. Hooray! https://rosti.fi/saa/nssn-kamera/?lang=en
Tekijä: Ari Rosti
Summer Has Begun
It certainly looks summer began two weeks earlier than last year. Forecasts suggest mean temperatures stay above 10 °C at least in the near future.
Weatherflow Tempest Issues
Weather Station Nagu currently relies on three different set of sensors: Weatherflow Tempest, Davis Vantage Pro and Ruuvitag. A while ago, Tempest’s humidity and rain sensors stopped working, but luckily this did not cause any issues, because those measurements shown on WS page are not from Tempest. However, faulty Tempest will be replaced with a...
Outage on April 21
Outage on April 21, 2021 is due to electric company’s maintenance work causing electricity service cut taking more than three hours.
All Gauges Online
Weather Station Nagu is again reporting all measurements, after Vantage rain collector was connected online again just after midnight.
Other Than Rain Measurement Online
After troubleshooting the outage, the initial reason turned out to be the Tempest sensor unit being stopped working. Switching it off and on did the trick. In the mean time, Station Master had done some reconfiguration to weewx server, and due to that, rain measurement from old Davis instrument is not currently working. Since Tempest’s...
Some Functionalities Restored
The reason for outage has been clarified: the Tempest went offline just before noon today. To troubleshoot it, Station Master must climb to roof and try to reset it. This will be done on Sunday.
There is an outage due to problems with station’s weewx server. Station master is examining the issue.
Flightradar24 Stats Update
Almost a year ago, Flightradar24 stats of aircraft detected within 400 km radius from Nagu showed the substantial drop of air traffic. Pre-COVID-19 daily figure was about 750 aircraft a day, and in April 2020 the figure was a bit over 200 (https://rosti.fi/saa/flightradar24-statistics-2/). Some recovery has happened. For quite a long time now, the figure...
NOAA Annual Statistics in CSV Format
There is now page NOAA Annual Statistics (CSV) from where you can copy-paste NOAA Annual Stats in CSV (Comma-Separated Values) format. So it is now easy for example to get the data to Excel. In Excel, you can parse the pasted CSV data to columns using Data-Text to Columns command and defining comma as separator....