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Re: FW: Requested (URL - http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl )

From: ONIME EHIMIKA OHIREIME <onime@ictp.trieste.it>
Date: Tue, 23 Mar 1999 16:01:13 +0100 (MET)
To: "Colston, Lloyd" <Lloyd.Colston@okdhs.org>
cc: "'www4mail-comments@w3.org'" <www4mail-comments@w3.org>
Message-ID: <Pine.GSO.3.96.990323155016.28397P-100000@sv4>

One you did not say which of the www4mail server you are using and also,
you did not look into each document that you received.

Okay, I tried and got back different results (I got the Clickable Forecast
for MAYES COUNTY).

NOTE: www4mail cuts off everything after a ? sign when filling in the
subject line or message body because 
The line may contain characters that may cause indigestion on some mail
servers. The line may be too long or may contain sensitive information
such as login name and password(s) which you don't want to expose to
anyone.

So, please try to view the returned HTML attachments and confirm that they
do not contain what you wanted.

Thanks
Clement Onime


On Tue, 23 Mar 1999, Colston, Lloyd wrote:

> As you can see, http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl is not the same
> as http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=MAYES
> which is the same as
> http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?&county=MAYES
> 
> When I send the latter two, I always get back the first one.  I really need
> one of the latter two to work.  However, the system seems to cut off all
> after the question mark.
> 
> Can this be fixed or is there a work-around for it?
> 
> Please let me know how more I can help.
> 
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: www4mail@web.bellanet.org [mailto:www4mail@web.bellanet.org] 
> Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 1999 7:51 AM
> To: Lloyd.Colston@okdhs.org
> Subject: Requested (URL - http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl)
> 
> 
> 
> 
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> 
>    REFRESH(600 sec):
>    [1]http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=
>    MAYES
>    
>    [noaa_trans_notext_s.gif] Clickable Forecast for MAYES COUNTY
>    Including Pryor, Chouteau, and Locust Grove
>    
>    Produced by the National Weather Service in Tulsa at 07:50 on Tue Mar
>    23, 1999.
>    
>            Sign our [2]guestbook and let us know what you think.
>                                       
>                    Current Weather Conditions as of 7 AM 
>                                       
>    City Sky /
>    Weather Temp Dewpt RH% Wind Pres Remarks
>    [3]TULSA 
>    
>                                    CLOUDY
>                                       
>    40 36 85 N15 30.03R
>    [4]COFFEYVILLE CLOUDY 39 37 92 N10 30.03R
>    
>    Other regional conditions for [5]Oklahoma and [6]Arkansas.
>    
>    [new10.gif] You can now retrieve [7]archived hourly observations most
>    major airports in our [8]forecast area.
>    
>    The Latest Composite Radar Image
>    Images courtesy [9]The Weather Channel
>    [10]Click to view the full size image 
>    
>    Other nearby radars: [11]Radar FAQ
>    
>    [12]NE OK/SW MO | [13]SE OK/WC AR
>    [14]Central/Ern KS | [15]SW KS/NW OK
>    [16]Wrn OK/TX Panhandle | [17]Northcentral TX
>    [18]Central/Ern TX
>    
>    Other Radar Sources: [19]KJRH | [20]KOTV | [21]KTUL | [22]KHBS-KHOG
>    [new2.gif]
>    
>    Current Watches and Warnings
>    Click below to enlarge the image
>    [23]Click here to enlarge the image 
>    Other nearby warning maps:
>    [24]OK | [25]AR | [26]KS | [27]MO | [28]TX | [29]LA
>    
>    (NOTE: If your inline images above are out of date, click [30]here for
>    instructions)
>    
>    The Latest Short Term Forecast
>    Click [31]here for previous versions. ISSUED 715 AM CST TUE MAR 23
>    1999 
>    PATCHES OF VERY LIGHT RAIN OR DRIZZLE WILL OCCUR ACROSS EASTERN
>    OKLAHOMA
>    AND NORTHWEST ARKANSAS THIS MORNING. TOTAL PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS WILL
>    BE A HUNDREDTH OF AN INCH OR TWO AT MOST.
>    [32]You will need a Real Audio Player to listen to this broadcast The
>    Latest 5 Day Forecast
>    Click [33]here for previous versions. Want to know what the forecaster
>    who wrote this was thinking? Click [34]here to access our Forecast
>    Discussions. ISSUED 430 AM CST TUE MAR 23 1999 
>    .TODAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY. HIGH IN THE MID 50S. NORTH WIND AROUND 10
>    MPH.
>    .TONIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW IN THE UPPER 30S. LIGHT AND VARIABLE
>    WIND.
>    .WEDNESDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. HIGH IN THE UPPER 50S. NORTHEAST WIND 5
>    TO 10 MPH.
>    .WEDNESDAY NIGHT...CLOUDY WITH A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND
>    THUNDERSTORMS. LOW IN THE MID 40S.
>    .EXTENDED FORECAST...
>    .THURSDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY. HIGH IN THE LOWER 50S.
>    .FRIDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW IN THE LOWER 30S AND A HIGH IN THE MID
>    50S.
>    .SATURDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW IN THE MID 30S AND A HIGH IN THE
>    UPPER 50S.
>    
>    The Latest Revised Digital Forecast
>    Click [35]here for previous versions.  ISSUED 430 AM CST TUE MAR 23
>    1999 
> 
>         TUE  03/23/99     \     WED  03/24/99     \     THU[36]
> CST          9 12 15 18 21  0  3  6  9 12 15 18 21  0  3  6
> 
> [37]
> POP 12HR              5           0          10          40[38]
> SNOW 12HR         00-00       00-00[39]
> MX/MN                55          37          58          44[40]
> TEMP        42 49 50 52 54 48 45 43 44 52 55 57 57 53 50 49[41]
> DEWPT       39 38 39 39 41 41 41 39 41 43 43 43 43 44 44 43[42]
> RH          89 66 66 61 61 77 86 86 89 71 64 59 59 71 80 80[43]
> WIND DIR     N  N  N  N NE NE -- --  E NE NE NE NE NE NE NE[44]
> WIND SPD    10 10 10 10  5  5  2  2  5  5 10 10  5  5  5  5[45]
> CLOUDS      PC BK BK PC BK PC PC PC PC PC PC PC OV OV OV OV[46]
> RAIN SHWRS                                       C  C  C  C[47]
> TSTMS                                            C  C  C  C
> 
>    The Latest Graphical Forecast
>    Click [48]here for previous versions of the forecast/observed
>    meteograms.
>    
>    The image below is "clickable". For an explanation of the parameters
>    and icons, click on that part of the image.
>    
>    [49]Click on a parameter or icon for an explanation.
>    
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>    
>    [50]home [51]what's new? [52]current weather [53]forecasts [54]model
>    data
>    [55]severe weather [56]weather radio [57]climatology [58]links
>    [59]contact us
> 
> References
> 
>    1.
> http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=MAYES
>    2. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/guestbook_add.html
>    3. http://weather.noaa.gov/cgi-bin/currwx.pl?cccc=KTUL
>    4. http://weather.noaa.gov/cgi-bin/currwx.pl?cccc=KCFV
>    5. http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxtext.pl?pil=OKCSWROK
>    6. http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxtext.pl?pil=LITSWRAR
>    7. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/getobs.html
>    8. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/about_wfotul.html#area
>    9. http://www.weather.com/
>   10. http://www.weather.com/images/radar/single_site/084loc_450x284.gif
>   11. javascript:launch_radarfaq()
>   12.
> http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=MAYES&rad
> ar=084
>   13.
> http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=MAYES&rad
> ar=096
>   14.
> http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=MAYES&rad
> ar=071
>   15.
> http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=MAYES&rad
> ar=083
>   16.
> http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=MAYES&rad
> ar=095
>   17.
> http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=MAYES&rad
> ar=106
>   18.
> http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=MAYES&rad
> ar=114
>   19.
> http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=MAYES&sou
> rce=2
>   20.
> http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=MAYES&sou
> rce=3
>   21.
> http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=MAYES&sou
> rce=4
>   22.
> http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&county=MAYES&sou
> rce=5
>   23. http://www.earthwatch.com/STORMWATCH/SWSC2D.html
>   24. http://www.met.tamu.edu/weather/warnings/warnings_ok.html
>   25. http://www.met.tamu.edu/weather/warnings/warnings_ar.html
>   26. http://www.met.tamu.edu/weather/warnings/warnings_ks.html
>   27. http://www.met.tamu.edu/weather/warnings/warnings_mo.html
>   28. http://www.met.tamu.edu/weather/warnings/warnings_tx.html
>   29. http://www.met.tamu.edu/weather/warnings/warnings_la.html
>   30. javascript:launch_fiximages()
>   31. http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxtext.pl?back=1&pil=OKCNOWTUL
>   32. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/tulsa_nwr.ram
>   33. http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxtext.pl?back=1&pil=OKCZFPTUL
>   34. http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxtext.pl?pil=OKCAFDTUL
>   35. http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxtext.pl?back=1&pil=OKCRDFTUL
>   36. javascript:launch_timeexp()
>   37. javascript:launch_popexp()
>   38. javascript:launch_snow12exp()
>   39. javascript:launch_mnmxexp()
>   40. javascript:launch_tempexp()
>   41. javascript:launch_dewptexp()
>   42. javascript:launch_rhexp()
>   43. javascript:launch_winddirexp()
>   44. javascript:launch_windspdexp()
>   45. javascript:launch_cloudsexp()
>   46. javascript:launch_shraexp()
>   47. javascript:launch_tsraexp()
>   48. http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/meteogram.pl?city=Tulsa&time=12
>   49.
> LYNXIMGMAP:http://www.abrfc.noaa.gov/cgi-shl/wxclick.pl?state=OKLAHOMA&count
> y=MAYES#meteogram
>   50. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/index.html
>   51. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/new.htm
>   52. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/cur_wx.htm
>   53. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/fcsts.htm
>   54. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/model.html
>   55. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/svr_wx.htm
>   56. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/live_nwr.htm
>   57. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/climo.htm
>   58. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/add_link.htm
>   59. http://www.nwstulsa.noaa.gov/contact.html
> 
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