Thanks, @franz!! I appreciate you taking the time to do this. Yesterday’s data seemed to record correctly, but I’m going to change to one that is just .2 miles away from the one I was using, and continue to monitor.
Either my memory serves me wrong, or something has changed with the moisture level charts and reporting the name of the weather station? In the past, I seem to remember that once data was recorded, the moisture level chart kept the name of the weather station for that day that did the recording. But as I was going through testing different ones, I noticed that the names changed to the new one I was looking at all the way across, but that the only data that changed was yesterday’s precip data and today’s precip prediction. The old erroneous data stayed there, but it appeared as if the new station was recording it. Am I wrong in what I remembered?
Also, do you know any correct/good language I could use to let the owner of the weather station know that it’s sending bad data, since the data displaying on FINDU looks good? I just know that if it was my weather station, I would want to know that something was amiss.