[Ncep.nhc.nco_contacts] HSU Shift Log -- Technical Edition -- Fri May 27, 2016
David Zelinsky - NOAA Federal
david.a.zelinsky at noaa.gov
Sat May 28 11:51:56 UTC 2016
I set up the spanish TCD this morning so it will work for this storm
whether the southern region servers are working properly or not. If San
Juan inquires, you can tell them that we didn't have time to implement the
planned new way of updating the experimental product on our page due to a
combination of NHC web server issues, and needing to focus on implementing
the storm surge products in the last 2 weeks. A more robust spanish TCD
will update system will be implemented in early June.
On Sat, May 28, 2016 at 4:39 AM, HSU Shift Log <nhc.tsbadmin at noaa.gov>
> *HSU Shift Log for Fri May 27 2016 22:38:02 GMT-0400 (EDT)*
> *Shift:* R
> *Forecaster:* M Brennan
> *Technical Issues Summary:*
> *ATCF issues:* SAB Dvorak fixes are not importing into the ATCF.
> *N-AWIPS/AWIPS2 issues:* None.
> *Other Techincal issues:* GOES-E RSO data doesn't seem to be populating
> in the right place for display in NAWIPS. WFO San Juan called around 9:20
> pm and said they had issued the Spanish version of the TCDAT2, but it
> wasn't showing up on the NHC website (
> http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/spanishtcd.php). Matt did some investigating and
> found that the PHP script is correctly linking to the Spanish TCDAT2 on our
> local webserver, but not on the web farm (the public NHC webpage version
> shows "No Spanish TCD issued within the past 12 hours"). Also, the halo
> code that inserts the link to spanishtcd.php is currently commented out.
> We'll probably need to address this after this event. The "Issuing WFO
> Homepage" links for Charleston, SC and Wilmington, NC on the NWS Local
> Statements page were incorrect. Dave Z. edited the links to correct them.
Meteorologist / Programmer
National Hurricane Center
Email: David.A.Zelinsky at noaa.gov
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