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NEXRAD Radar KPAH status: Active [last data 0:03:37 h:m:s ago] as of Fri, 23 Feb 2018 06:42 CST

Message date: Thu, 22 Feb 2018 08:44 CST
TO ALL USERS OF THE KPAH WSR-88D DATA... DUE TO SOME RADAR ISSUES EARLIER THISWEEK...IT WAS NECESSARY TO RESET THE LEGACY AND DUAL POLARIZATION RADAR RAINFALLTOTALS AS OF 838 AM CST (1438 utc). WE REGRET THIS INCONVENIENCE FOR THOSE MONITORING RAINFALL AMOUNTS. ANY NEW RAINFALL WILL NOW BE ACCUMULATING FROM 838 AM CST ON FEBRUARY 22ND ONWARD. DOC/NOAA/NWS - WFO PAH - 02/22/2018 - 1444Z - K. SMITH==================

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