[Ncep.nhc.nco_contacts] TSB Morning Rounds - Fri Sep 02, 2016

Christopher Mello - NOAA Federal christopher.mello at noaa.gov
Fri Sep 2 16:41:29 UTC 2016


All,
Forecasters reported another problem. There were delays with the AWIPS2,
NHA domain ingesting the WFO grids (ISC grids). Forecasters identified the
problem around 8:15 AM. TSB worked with NCF (Matt Howard). The grids began
ingesting on there own after a 45 minute delay. The edex log files recorded
no apparent issues.

   Some action items.

   If the ISC grids appear old again in a short fuse time situation .



   1.  Restart GFE to see if the ISC grid times update. Another site
reported some issues with latent grids. This might help identify the nature
of the problem.

   2. Forecasters can use the Consistency----ISC request script in GFE to
request the ISC grids in question to see if the grids get ingested.

   3. Inform NCF and TSB



     We are not sure of the exact cause of the problem, but the delays
occurred during heavy ISC traffic, so we are not sure if it is a network
issue...Matt Howard and TSB will continue to investigate...



Chris





On Fri, Sep 2, 2016 at 10:53 AM, TSB Admin <nhc.tsbadmin at noaa.gov> wrote:

> Here is today's summary of NHC computer operations:
> --- Craig Mattocks
>
> ----------
>
> *TAFB:*
>
> *HSU:*
>
> 1. At 1635 UTC yesterday, Senior Hurricane Specialist Mike Brennan
> requested a rerun of the wind speed probabilities on WCOSS after an Air
> Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft determined that
> tropical-storm-force winds extended significantly farther to the east of
> the center of Hermine than they did earlier. The job was submitted but
> became hung for unknown reasons and had to be rerun. It then ran
> successfully to completion.
> *Other items:*
>
> 1. A user (Jill) at the Weather Company became confused about the headers
> for hurricane reconnaissance aircraft missions during Hurricane Hermine:
>
> http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/hrd/Storm_pages/hermine2016/mission.html
>
> CARCAH's Warren Madden clarified that the recon headers were correct as
> sent, with 3 flight missions that flew into Hurricane Hermine during the
> time period in question: a tasked Air Force mission, a non-tasked NOAA P3
> research mission, and a second tasked Air Force mission. Per Warren, the
> NOAA flight mission proved problematic: "Because the NOAA mission was not
> tasked, its mission ID was not part of the sequential sequence for tasked
> missions into the storm (thus it was not NOAA3 1409A HERMINE). While in
> most cases the mission ID for non-tasked missions would have included the
> storm number (e.g. WX09A), this naming format is not a requirement but a
> best practice. Assignment of non-tasked mission IDs for NOAA P3 flights is
> the responsibility of NOAA's Aircraft Operations Center (AOC), and although
> we here at CARCAH endeavor to coordinate with them on mission IDs for
> non-tasked flights, in this case our focus was on the tasked missions into
> Hermine."
> *NHC RFCs:*
>
>
>


-- 
Chris Mello
National Hurricane Center
TSB
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