10 Day Forecast - current day High Temp too high and different from the WU website.

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In 10 Day Forecast XML the High Temp Celsius is higher than normal and different than WU website (where is the correct one). This is happening only after 14:00PM GMT in certain locations in Eastern Europe... Example attached.
This situation I notices few weeks ago, but I was hoping is just a temporary glitch...

Please let me know. Many thanks.



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can you provide the URL for your API call and the web call as well?
This will help us debug your issue
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Below the URLs to compare. Please note that I'm posting this message at 8:30 GMT, but the issue starts every day after 13-14 GMT. ( forecastday[0] / high is way too hight and not matching the WU website).

http://api.wunderground.com/api/xxxxx...

http://www.wunderground.com/cgi-bin/f...

Thanks for looking into this.
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Hi there, any resolution of this issue. This is still happening as described above - forecastday[0] / high is way too high and not matching the WU website, after 14:00 GMT every day. mornings is fine, but afternoon/evening data is different than WU website.

Thanks.
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This is what I see right now, at 17:53 GMT


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Today, now, at 15:19 GMT - huge difference between API data and WU website.

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And again for icao LRBS, today 14:55 GMT... huge difference between API data and WU website. The API data is wrong for today high...

Can you please look into this? We are a paying customer and we cannot continue to have wrong data displayed.

Thanks for understanding.