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KDOX issue:

 

Dec 24 2020 22:42:02

Dover AFB Radar (KDOX) is currently experiencing some data quality errors due to
 an ongoing equipment issue.  While velocity (V) data appears representative, re
flectivity data (Z) is running high/"hot". Technicians have been notified and wi
ll continue to troubleshoot the radar over the coming days. Please use this data
 with caution for the time being. Thank you and we apologize for the inconvenien
ce.

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Just now, uofmiami said:

KDOX issue:

 

Dec 24 2020 22:42:02

Dover AFB Radar (KDOX) is currently experiencing some data quality errors due to
 an ongoing equipment issue.  While velocity (V) data appears representative, re
flectivity data (Z) is running high/"hot". Technicians have been notified and wi
ll continue to troubleshoot the radar over the coming days. Please use this data
 with caution for the time being. Thank you and we apologize for the inconvenien
ce.

I have to say it seems to happen with Mount Holly radars more than any other office.

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2 minutes ago, uofmiami said:

KDOX issue:

 

Dec 24 2020 22:42:02

Dover AFB Radar (KDOX) is currently experiencing some data quality errors due to
 an ongoing equipment issue.  While velocity (V) data appears representative, re
flectivity data (Z) is running high/"hot". Technicians have been notified and wi
ll continue to troubleshoot the radar over the coming days. Please use this data
 with caution for the time being. Thank you and we apologize for the inconvenien
ce.

Lol yeah that looked so damn insane. I mean you don't even see that in major hurricanes let alone some Apps Runner in winter.

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19 minutes ago, WinterGreenie said:

Pretty nasty squall line just passed through here in central NC. Kinda odd to hear thunder in late December. 


Old midatlantic/northeast rule: thunder in December - see snow within ten days.

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