It's a different world. Looking at the graphs and tabulated daily data from the three Australian stations, I can tell you this half year of CumulusUtils and looking at all Utils stations daily has taught me a lot.
I know. You're all over the news and discussion with Phil (NSW) in September made me decide to speed up development. You may read my blog on this issue.
OK, looks great. Saw that beteljuice gave you some advice above. You may want to follow his advice as he's responsible for the beteljuice-interface you're using If necessary I'll make some changes.sjmcinness wrote: ↑Sun 05 Jan 2020 9:53 amI've added the other pages to the link list at the bottom of each page now and I added the map to the bottom of the FWI page. There's probably some more formatting to do and some more consistency to fix but it will do for now (I should probably change to CumuluxMX as well, since it's being developed again; I stopped checking when Steve stopped developing and feature parity was still poor back then).
Ah, well, the timing on the day is more or less irrelevant. I had several discussions on this with Phil (NSW) and I regard the process as seen from the forest. Moisture related processes in forests are not very fast, neither in absorbing moisture as in releasing it. So an hourly estimation of FWI is not really necessary and neither is it important to take the highest temperature point specifically. It's a different approach from FWIcalc.sjmcinness wrote: ↑Sun 05 Jan 2020 9:53 amI wonder whether using the data from dayfile is the best option for temperature and humidity - it does give you the highest temperature and the lowest humidity but it doesn't give you the humidity at the same point in time as the highest temperature - which FWIcalc did (well, it preferred to use midday but provided the option to update based on a higher temperature later in the day).
It is. It actually is the most stunning lesson of my CumulusUtils exercise (I run daily through all stations participating if I can, weather is stunning)
You're welcome. Thanks for the observations!sjmcinness wrote: ↑Sun 05 Jan 2020 9:53 amThanks for the prompt fixes I see that you're running the updated version and YADR looks good now but you have removed the % symbol from the RH column on the FWI page - if it's possible, would you please be able to add an option so that the RH values could be displayed as percentages? I find RH easier to read that way and then it makes it consistent with RH on all of the other pages.
With respect to the RH (and other items on the pwsFWI page): I will keep it in fractions, while on all other pages RH will be in percentages. The reason is that the pwsFWI values are those actually entered in the equations. So even if you would be on imperial system, you would see the values in degree Celsius while on the YADR page you would see Fahrenheit. That's how it is, it's for analysis and information. The same holds for the resulting csv-file.