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MMM-RAIN-RADAR - Correct time



  • Hello,

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    I have a problem with correct time of “MMM-RAIN-RADAR”.
    The difference is currently 2 hours.
    I live in Berlin (+1 UTC) and summer time in Germany (+1 UTC).

    By config: “UTCtime: 1,” is the difference is currently 4 hours.

    I hope you can help me with this problem too?

    Here my Config:

    {
    	module: "MMM-RAIN-RADAR",
    	disabled: false,
        	position: "middle_center",
        	config: {
    		header: "",
    		lat: 52.520007,
    		lon: 13.404954,
            	zoomLevel: 9,
            	mapType: 1, //0-Road Map 1-Satellite 2-Dark Map 3-OpenStreetMaps 4-Light Map
            	color: 3, //0-Original 1-Universal Blue 2-TITAN 3-The Weather Channel 5-NEXRAD Level-III 6-RAINBOW @ SELEX-SI
            	snow: 1,
            	smoothing: 1,
            	opacity: 88,
            	fastAnimation: 0,
            	coverage: 0,
            	darkTheme: 1,
            	UTCtime: 1,   //0=off  1=on, in der Anzeige (nochmal - 2 UTC)
            	legend: 1,
            	legendMin: 1, //set legend to 1 if you want legendMin to show
            	animate: 1,
            	updateOnWarning: 1, // 1: after updateInterval, weather warnings for your US states will be used to determine if module should be hidden. 0 module is perpertually displayed
            	updateInterval: 5 * 60 * 1000, // number of milliseconds. change 5 to 60 and it will update each 10 minutes
    		}
    	},
    ``

  • Module Developer

    @Lordy I can’t follow completely.
    The rain radar covers a range of 2 hours.
    With UTCtime: 0 it should cover your current time -2 hours until your current time.
    Does the graphic show the time progression? When does it start, when does it stop?



  • @lavolp3 said in MMM-RAIN-RADAR - Correct time:

    I can’t follow completely.
    The rain radar covers a range of 2 hours.
    With UTCtime: 0 it should cover your current time -2 hours until your current time.
    Does the graphic show the time progression? When does it start, when does it stop?

    With “UTCtime: 1,” it starts -4 hours and “UTCtime: 0,” it starts -2 hours of the current time.The display time “UTCtime: 0,” ends with the current time. Shouldn’t the purpose of the “Rain Radar” be to warn me of future rain? Right now I feel like he’s only showing me the past weather. I hope I could answer your question. If not, I will be happy to assist you.

    Mit “UTCtime: 1,” fängt es -4 Stunden und “UTCtime: 0,” fängt es -2 Stunden der aktuellen Uhrzeit an. Die Anzeigezeit “UTCtime: 0,” hört mit der aktuellen Uhrzeit aus. Soll nicht der Sinn des “Rain-Radar” sein, mich vor zukünfigen Regen zu warnen. Momentan habe das Gefühl, er zeigt mir nur das vergangene Wetter an. Ich hoffe, ich könnte deine Frage beantworten. Wenn nicht, stehe ich Dir (euch) gerne zur Verfügung.


  • Module Developer

    @Lordy said in MMM-RAIN-RADAR - Correct time:

    Shouldn’t the purpose of the “Rain Radar” be to warn me of future rain? Right now I feel like he’s only showing me the past weather.

    THis is what it is intended to do.
    It only shows recent weather movement, not an outlook
    https://www.rainviewer.com/

    RainViewer shows you live precipitation map that shows how fast a storm has moved, how intense it’s been, and >what direction it’s moved in so far. Learn more.

    Have a look at my module MMM-Buienalarm if you live in Nordrhein Westfalen. It shows expected precipitation for the next 2 hours



  • @lavolp3 said in MMM-RAIN-RADAR - Correct time:

    MMM-Buienalarm

    Thank you for your help. 👍🏻 🙂 So for me “MMM-Rain-Radar” is pointless. I lived in Berlin, “MMM-Buienalarm” doesn’t bring me anything, but I had already thought of that.
    Do you know good rain radars?

    Danke für deine Hilfe. Damit ist für mich “MMM-Rain-Radar” sinnlos. Da ich in Berlin lebte, bringt mir “MMM-Buienalarm” nix, aber daran hatte ich auch schon gedacht. Kennst Ihr gute Regenradare?


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    @Lordy - Please use the markdown features of the forum when publishing code or logs.



  • It would be nice if someone implemented the Rain-Radar from WetterOnline.de 😉



  • @Eisblume
    Right now, but I can’t find the iFrame address, can you help?

    Bin gerade dabei, aber ich finde die iFrame- Adresse nicht, kannst dabei helfen? Für Berlin.



  • @bhepler
    I do not know what you mean?

    Ich weiß nicht was du meinst?


  • Module Developer

    @Lordy said in MMM-RAIN-RADAR - Correct time:

    @bhepler
    I do not know what you mean?

    Ich weiß nicht was du meinst?

    I have included it in your post.
    The markdown feature gives copied code a “window” and proper formatting for better readability.
    You can use the button “< />” above your input window for that.


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