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yr.no Website Change

Post by apocalypse » Mon Oct 03, 2011 1:15 pm

Just had a look at the local long term forecast on yr.no which I normally do twice a day, and have discovered that they have dropped it for now only tomorrow's forecast. Not really long term is it?

This is quite disappointing, and I hope it is only temporary, as I always find the rainfall figures are somewhat accurate in the long term compared with the other models. I wonder if this has anything to the with ECMWF?

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Nathan Morris
2013 Rainfall
Jan - 3.8mm
Feb - 27.0mm
Mar - 0.0mm
YTD - 30.8mm

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Re: yr.no Website Change

Post by daviescr » Mon Oct 03, 2011 2:11 pm

Hi Apocalypse, I noticed that as well this morning. I think (and hope) it's only temporary. It seems they are still doing long term forecasting, but on a geographically limited way - if you go to the advanced map and zoom right out, you'll see a large arcing set of lines in red across central Europe - I did a quick test and all cities north of that line still have long term forecasts, whereas all below do not. Perhaps they have server issues and are running in 2nd gear???
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Re: yr.no Website Change

Post by apocalypse » Mon Oct 03, 2011 7:08 pm

Forecast is back up!! I think your right Chris, must have been a server. :)
Nathan Morris
2013 Rainfall
Jan - 3.8mm
Feb - 27.0mm
Mar - 0.0mm
YTD - 30.8mm

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