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Clouds at 0, Grand Junction

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This is with version 1.9 and FS2004.Attached are JPGs of my active sky screens and two views from FS2004. I shrunk them down to fit file size limits. Grand Junction ATIS said scattered clouds at 0 and that's exactly what it looks like. However, from the METAR, this should not be the case.Looked pretty cool though. :)Rick.

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Rick,It looks like the TCU code threw things off. I had to look it up, but TCU stands for "towering cumulus".Hope this helps,JimActiveSky Support

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Hi,Yes there is a problem with TCU and FS2004, I am working on a fix..-Damian[table border=0" cellspacing="30" cellpadding="0][tr][td align = "left"]Damian ClarkHiFi Simulation SoftwareDeveloper of ActiveSkyThe next-generation weather environment simulation for FS2002!http://hifi.avsim.net/activesky[/td][td]http://hifi.avsim.net/activesky/images/wxrebeta.jpg][/td][/tr][/table://http://hifi.avsim.net/activesky/ima...[/tr][/table

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