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Rain this Year.

Post by ConligWX »

Hi there

on checking my Yearly rainfall in cumulusmx (which is not fully complete) against MeteoBridge (from 01/Jan/20) I am about 6.8mm less in Cumulus.

How do I go about fixing the yearly rainfall amount in Cumulus. The only thing in the GUI that I can see to be edited is the "Todays Rain" fall. whereas the "Start of day rain counter" is the one I need to add the 6.8mm too. Is there an easy way to achieve this?
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Re: Rain this Year.

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ConligWX wrote:
Thu 30 Jul 2020 9:29 pm
How do I go about fixing the yearly rainfall amount in Cumulus.
See https://cumuluswiki.org/a/FAQ#Where_doe ... ls_from.3F
In MX admin interface (what you call the GUI) Settings menu, go to Station Settings and look for Annual Rainfall section

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