It is possible that this page will report a problem where no problem exists. If you believe that this has happened, then please contact me (address at the bottom of this page) and explain clearly why you think this page is in error. Note that any changes that you make may take a few days to show up here, so please give it a week before commenting.
If you know what sort of station equipment is in use at this site, then please send email to Philip Gladstone with this information. The email address can be found at the bottom of this page.
The elevation does not correspond with the estimated elevation (419 metres (1373 feet) -- source Google) at that point. Either the location or the elevation (or both) are almost certain to be incorrect. Please use the 'send the updated information' link below to update the location or elevation.
The site location should be at the mark shown -- or very close. Clicking within the map area (or you can drag the 'DW8858' marker) will display the latitude/longitude of that point.
If the displayed location (or elevation) of the weather observing location is incorrect, please drag the marker to the right location (or click in the right location), and then send the updated information. Please note that we are trying to spot either the Stevenson Screen (or equivalent) or the location where the barometric readings are taken.
The best way to get elevation is to consult a topographic map. Make sure that you know whether the contours are marked in feet or metres. Note that handheld GPS receivers do not provide readings of elevation accurate to better than 10-20 metres (technical discussion). If you do not have access to a topographic map, then a GPS receiver is acceptable, but make sure that it is operating in 3D mode and let it average the position for at least five minutes.
For more information on reading maps, please see the Topo Map Reading Guide -- in particular it discusses how to read contours.
NOTE: The Registered Location is the location that the station owner provided when they signed up with CWOP. Show location history.
There are no photographs of the station. If you are the site operator and have pictures of this location, then please email them to email@example.com.
You can try to find photographs from the area surrounding the site marker by clicking on Find nearby photographs.
You can also subscribe to an RSS feed to tell you when new stations come online in this area. Choose either within 100 miles or 250 miles .
|LFBL||13.0 miles||North||Limoges, France (lat 45.8628°, long 1.1794°, altitude 403 metres) (data present)|
|LFBJ||20.3 miles||Northwest||Saint-Junien|St Junien Airport, L, France (lat 45.9033°, long 0.9200°, altitude 275 metres)|
|EW0163||26.6 miles||West||Nontron, FR (lat 45.5458°, long 0.6657°, altitude 284 metres) (data present)|
|CW9060||34.6 miles||North||St Bonnet de Bellac, FR (lat 46.1506°, long 0.9642°, altitude 237 metres)
||07428||37.5 miles||Southwest||Perigeux|Perigueux Bassillac, B, France (lat 45.1980°, long 0.8160°, altitude 97 metres)
||LFBX||37.5 miles||Southwest||Perigueux, France (lat 45.1981°, long 0.8156°, altitude 100 metres)
||LFBV||39.1 miles||South||Brive, France (lat 45.1481°, long 1.4744°, altitude 117 metres)
||LFSL||46.3 miles||South||Toul / Rosieres, France (lat 45.0398°, long 1.4856°, altitude 310 metres)
||LFBU||46.7 miles||West||Angoulême-Brie-Champniers Airport, France (lat 45.7292°, long 0.2215°, altitude 133 metres)
||07361||50.6 miles||Northeast||Gueret St Laurent, France (lat 46.1756°, long 1.9503°, altitude 366 metres)
The sites marked above thus did not report continuously during the analysis period, so the offsets may (probably will) not be accurate.
Degrees Minutes Seconds: VWS/VWSAPRS, WeatherLink 5.5, WeatherLink (5.2-5.4), WeatherView (Linux)
Decimal degrees: FreeWX, WeatherView32 (PC application)
LORAN: WeatherDisplay, WUHU, Henriksen WServer
CWOP Siting Guide (PDF): This is a guide to siting and operating a CWOP station. This is a must-read document.
Another CWOP Guide (PDF): This is another guide to siting and operating a CWOP station. This is a must-read document.
Urban Siting and Operations (PDF): This is a guide to siting and operating a CWOP station in an urban environment.
APRS WX Message format: This describes the actual format of the messages transmitted that carry WX information.
WXQC Mailing List: This is a mailing list where data quality issues are discussed. Assistance with software configuration can often be found here.
Topo Map Reading Guide: How to read USGS topographic maps, with a good section on reading contours.
Geographically nearby web pages: Use Geourl to find web pages that deal with locations geographically close to this site.