Lapse Rate Values

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Fred Gossage
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Lapse Rate Values

Post by Fred Gossage » Wed Oct 07, 2015 7:17 pm

Hi Andrew,

I recently signed back up after not really doing a lot of in-depth real-time forecasting in a while... and you've REALLY come a long way with EuroWx!

I do have a small request... Would it be possible for you to add color fill for the 850-500mb and 700-500mb lapse rates for values that go down to 6.0C/km and 6.5C/km. I know that's not severely unstable, but down here in Dixie Alley... and especially during the cool season... we can often have severe weather events with 700-500mb lapse rates as low as 6.0-6.2c/km... and during the cool season, 6.5c/km is often actually a red flag threshold.

Thanks for considering, and thanks for an awesome product!
Fred Gossage
Pell City, Alabama
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Re: Lapse Rate Values

Post by Andrew Revering » Thu Oct 08, 2015 7:59 am

Yeah no problem. I'll extend that shading in the next day or two.
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Re: Lapse Rate Values

Post by Fred Gossage » Thu Oct 08, 2015 3:54 pm

Thank you, sir! Glad to have my EuroWx back :)
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Re: Lapse Rate Values

Post by Andrew Revering » Mon Oct 12, 2015 5:43 pm

I got around to changing this... It should take effect with tonight's 00z run.
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