[Ncep.nhc.nco_contacts] TSB Morning Rounds - Mon Aug 28, 2017

Craig Mattocks - NOAA Federal craig.mattocks at noaa.gov
Mon Aug 28 15:41:15 UTC 2017

Hi Pablo,

I spoke with JHT/R2O Developer Jose Salazar about HSU issue #2. He ported this application to NHC's compdev server (nhc-lw-compdev1.nhc.noaa.gov).

Jose explained that the UK-Met model data often arrives very late (e.g., at 06:24 UTC for last night's 00z run).

In addition, the cron job for the in-house version of the FSU Tropical Cyclone Genesis Tool runs every 30 minutes, so there can be delays of up to 7 hours before this product is created.

Also, data for several of the forecast hours have been missing lately.

Jose is developing a new web page for the Hurricane Specialists that will show when the data arrives and what data is missing.

He also says that we need to start pulling the quarter-degree UK-Met model data to keep up-to-date with what Florida State is generating.

Perhaps Matt Sardi can help us set up the DBNet alerts for this data, now that we have the new NetApp up-and-running with much greater storage available?


> On Aug 28, 2017, at 8:52 AM, TSB Admin <nhc.tsbadmin at noaa.gov> wrote:
> 2.) On 8/26 it was reported that the in-house JHT genesis tool continues to not function correctly, as the UKMET output is not being included both on its own as well as in the consensus. Craig Mattock to investigate.

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