Finally, some commonsense

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4 years 5 months ago #537609 by Stikkibeek
Will this mean the end to monopolies as we get held to ransom over the weather? Open weather data

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4 years 5 months ago #537610 by Muz1
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Still won't change the weather we get.

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4 years 5 months ago - 4 years 5 months ago #537611 by Mudlerk
Replied by Mudlerk on topic Finally, some commonsense
No, sadly... By my reading it says: "Come in and I'll explain why we neoliberal ideologues have to sell everything." !!
True, Muz1. Ben Franklin is supposed to have quipped, "Everyone talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it."
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4 years 5 months ago #537618 by Stikkibeek

Muz1 wrote: Still won't change the weather we get.


You are right in a sense, but we may well get more accurate weather forecasts. The frustration we had over the inaccurate weather forecasts during haymaking wer unbelievable and may very well have cost us on our final bale count

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4 years 5 months ago #537621 by Wren
Replied by Wren on topic Finally, some commonsense
Hmmmm, I'm surprised to hear that this data isn't freely available!

I do know that you can download historical data from the NIWA website from individual weather stations - not much help for immediate forecasting, though!!

Muddling our way through 1Ha on the Christchurch Port Hills, with flocks of heritage chickens, Silver Appleyard ducks, Gotland sheep, and Arapawa goats.

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