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  1. mike57

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    From the album: Bempton

    Cloud bubbling up over Bempton 27-May-2017
  2. Hi there guys, I've been having this issue for an incredibly long time now and I see no way of fixing this problem. If any of you own the sandaysoft software 'Cumulus' and you own a Davis weather station, you may fully well know about this problem that is so irritating. Sometimes, when a wind gust is recorded the value goes up afterwards. This causes the wind graph to sometimes not show the high gust at the given time. It seems that it's not really to do with Cumulus but it does in a way because Cumulus doesn't use the Davis DLL WeatherLink does and this is due to the stubborn developer.
  3. Adi F

    Castle In The Sky

    From the album: Cumulus

    © Adi

  4. From the album: East End Weather

    © Natalie Sandells

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