All EU countries (seem to) have their own interpretation of the Meteoalarm documentation.
Wrong: Belgium leaves the original and the updated warning in the stream so one has twice the information. And there is not a unique key for a message
OK: UK has only the updated message and not the original one.
So it seems i have to add a lot of settings to the scripts so that one can set filters if applicable.
I changed the ATOM-script to also accept updates, suitable for the UK.
If you want to test, remove the warningEU2.arr
#$script = 'wrnWarningEU-RSS.php'; // old fashined feed
script = 'wrnWarningEU-ATOM.php'; // use this one if both others fail
#$script = 'wrnWarningEU-CAP.php'; // latest version
The $-sign is missing.
If you correct that it should work.
Please always post a full link to your PWS-dashboard website.
On an iPad it is not possible to find the link in your iframe on your main site.
It is also very helpful to post the setting for your warning area NLxxx?
That way I can check why it is not working.
The meteoalarm server is (at least to me) not delivering recent CAP or ATOM feeds.
All data has an end-date of March 9 or 10.
Old or no data: Meteoalarm.org continues to deliver at least 24 old warnings from their “new” server.
The old URL does not exists, the new URL does not have the warnings which are displayed on their meteoalarm.org website.
Also for some countries there are thousands of old warnings or “template” warnings for future use.
Both ATOM or CAP downloaded files have old data. Probably the RSS feed also as all tests returned an “empty” file
I tested the translation-improvements by setting the “current time” a few days earlier and the scripts translate the small box message OK
But I will not put them on-line as I can not test with the real-time data.
Too much risk with putting the scripts on-line which translate OK but may contain another new typo or mistake.
Probably the website-support at meteoalarm is not aware of the problem with their servers. Their own website has correct recent and future data, so they use another server to get their data.
I am “off the grid” with occasionally some internet using my phone or iPad.
Maybe someone else can try to contact them.
They are located in Austria.
"We apologise for any inconvenience caused. We are experiencing problems with the feeds from several countries. It appears that the issues may be coming from various sources, and we are currently conducting an investigation into the matter. We are also reaching out to the relevant NMHSs to address the situation.
We are optimistic that all the issues will be resolved by next week."
Wim’s scripts have a default setting to show warnings no more than 36 hours before they are effective. Of course, I have tinkered with my settings so that the PWS dashboard only shows them 6 hours in advance, but I should still have seen it at midnight.
EDIT: warning effective 04:00 today, my max gust was at 02:52. . .