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Lakes Bay NJ: Better Source of Current Wind Speeds?

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Old March 14th 14, 09:00 PM posted to alt.talk.weather
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Default Lakes Bay NJ: Better Source of Current Wind Speeds?

I'm scraping current/average wind speeds off of the WeatherBug page for
Atlantic City High School (http://tinyurl.com/7hclna4) but it's starting
to dawn on me that it does not bear much relation to reality (i.e.
iWindSurf's PT Point site or NOAA's Atlantic City Airport numbers).

The web page for WeatherBug at Atlantic City Airport has an error in the
HTML that makes my screen scraper choke - so I can't use that.

Can anybody recommend a web page that presents current conditions for
Atlantic City Airport in a scrape-able format? i.e. Nice simple Label:
Value format... not graphics, not tables....

FWIW NOAA's station ID for Atlantic City Airport is KACY.

End use of this info will be Extreme Windsurfing's surf cam pages at
Pete Cresswell

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