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Meteosat 8 satellite picture from Ferdinand Valk's site at 12.00 UTC
on Monday 26th November
http://www.fvalk.com/images/Day_imag...8-1200-EUR.jpg

NOAA 18 satellite picture from Bernard Burton's site at 13.39 UTC on
Monday 26th November
http://www.woksat.info/etcpk26/pk26-1339-b-uk.html

Meteosat MSG-2 satellite picture from Bernard Burton's site at 12.00
UTC on Monday 26th November
http://www.woksat.info/etcpk26m/pk26-msg-1200-uk.html

Britain and Belgium mostly cloudy. Quite bright in SE England and SW
Wales.


UK min. temps on Sunday night http://tinyurl.com/266jhj

Aboyne 0.0C, Wick -0.1C, Strathallan -0.3C, Leuchars and
Redesdale -0.4C, Altnaharra -0.5C, Lerwick and Tulloch Bridge
-0.8C, Loch Glascarnoch -0.9C, Aviemore -1.8C.

Aberporth 9.8C, Guernsey 9.9C, Camborne and St Mawgan 10.7C, St
Mary's 11.4C. - 06.00 UTC synops only.


UK max. temps on Monday http://tinyurl.com/2dyns2

Lerwick 1.7C, Aviemore 4.0C, Wick 4.2C, Kinloss 4.7C - 18.00
UTC synops only.

St Mawgan 12.8C, Chivenor 13.1C, Culdrose, Guernsey and St Mary's
13.3C, Mumbles and Jersey 13.5C, Milford Haven 13.9C, Pembrey
Sands 14.2C.

OGIMET summary http://tinyurl.com/2fe4jf


Rainfall radar http://www.meteox.com/h.aspx?r=&soort=loop24uur&URL

Scattered outbreaks of light rain over Britain on Monday.

Rainfall totals - 24 hours ending 18.00 UTC on Monday http://tinyurl.com/2ynsvg

St Angelo, Ballypatrick, Ballykelly, Loch Glascarnoch, Drumalbin,
Kinloss, Hawarden and Valley 2 mm, Shawbury and Rhyl 3 mm, Belfast
Aldergrove and Trawsgoed 4 mm.


Location of some UK stations http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/education/data/uk_map.html


Colin Youngs
Brussels

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In uk.sci.weather on Mon, 26 Nov 2007, Colin Youngs
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Location of some UK stations
http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/education/data/uk_map.html

Colin Youngs
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Did you know your subject line contains some weird extraneous characters
(at least on my newsgroup software)?
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Paul Hyett wrote:
Did you know your subject line contains some weird extraneous characters
(at least on my newsgroup software)?


It's been encoded according to RFC2047 (presumably because of the degree
symbol). Perhaps the font you are using does not display the degree
symbol correctly?
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In article ,
Steve Loft writes:
Paul Hyett wrote:
Did you know your subject line contains some weird extraneous
characters (at least on my newsgroup software)?


It's been encoded according to RFC2047 (presumably because of the
degree symbol). Perhaps the font you are using does not display the
degree symbol correctly?


In Turnpike, which both Paul and I use, the subject line appears as:

=?windows-1256?Q?SW_England_and_S_Wales_mild_-_Pembrey_Sands_14.2=B0C?=

Presumably it is encoded in Windows-1256, whereas Turnpike expects
subject lines to be in "vanilla" text.
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John Hall wrote:

Presumably it is encoded in Windows-1256, whereas Turnpike expects
subject lines to be in "vanilla" text.


But Turnpike does understand RFC2047, but apparently not Windows-1256.
My reply uses RFC2047, but ISO-8859-1 encoding - I assume that displays
correctly in Turnpike?
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In article ,
Steve Loft writes:
John Hall wrote:

Presumably it is encoded in Windows-1256, whereas Turnpike expects
subject lines to be in "vanilla" text.


But Turnpike does understand RFC2047, but apparently not Windows-1256.
My reply uses RFC2047, but ISO-8859-1 encoding - I assume that displays
correctly in Turnpike?


It does.
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particularly from a relative, a friend,
an acquaintance, or a stranger." Franklin P Jones
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In message , John Hall
writes
In article ,
Steve Loft writes:
John Hall wrote:

Presumably it is encoded in Windows-1256, whereas Turnpike expects
subject lines to be in "vanilla" text.


But Turnpike does understand RFC2047, but apparently not Windows-1256.
My reply uses RFC2047, but ISO-8859-1 encoding - I assume that displays
correctly in Turnpike?


It does.


I'm also experiencing the same problem - another Turnpike user. Before
reporting it to the Turnpike group - is it definitively the Windows 1256
encoding that is causing the problem? Turnpike is not actively being
developed except for a possible fix for Vista users - whoever that
person might be ;-)) so I can't see a fix being forthcoming.

However it is perhaps worth noting that our of millions of messages I
get from a variety of newsgroups, this is strangely the only poster who
causes a problem. Very strange.

Cheers
James
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In uk.sci.weather on Tue, 27 Nov 2007, Steve Loft
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Paul Hyett wrote:


Did you know your subject line contains some weird extraneous
characters (at least on my newsgroup software)?


It's been encoded according to RFC2047 (presumably because of the
degree symbol). Perhaps the font you are using does not display the
degree symbol correctly?


Possibly - I use Alt-0176 to produce the symbol.
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In article ,
James Brown writes:
In message , John Hall
writes
In article ,
Steve Loft writes:
John Hall wrote:

Presumably it is encoded in Windows-1256, whereas Turnpike expects
subject lines to be in "vanilla" text.

But Turnpike does understand RFC2047, but apparently not Windows-1256.
My reply uses RFC2047, but ISO-8859-1 encoding - I assume that displays
correctly in Turnpike?


It does.


I'm also experiencing the same problem - another Turnpike user. Before
reporting it to the Turnpike group - is it definitively the Windows
1256 encoding that is causing the problem? Turnpike is not actively
being developed except for a possible fix for Vista users - whoever
that person might be ;-)) so I can't see a fix being forthcoming.


I think this has already been reported on demon.ip.support.turnpike, at
least for the same problem with emails. TP is supposed to be compatible
with the RFCs, which I believe don't mention the possibility of encoding
headers in Windows 1256.

However it is perhaps worth noting that our of millions of messages I
get from a variety of newsgroups, this is strangely the only poster who
causes a problem. Very strange.


Presumably Colin needs to do so if he is to include the degree symbol in
subject lines.
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Paul Hyett wrote:

Possibly - I use Alt-0176 to produce the symbol.


Alt-248 produces the same result


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