[precipi] and [precipm] are returned as 'T' for historical data.

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I was doing a query for historical information for yesterday, and the precipitation for that location returned as 'T'. Why would this be happening, and what would the 'T' actually mean? Should I just say that if precipitation isNaN make it 0?

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Max Scott

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Posted 4 years ago

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WunderWilliam

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T = Trace

We use that for when a precipitation event was detected, but it's too small to meaningfully measure.
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Thank you. I was starting to think that's what it was, but this is the first time I had seen it in a return.