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Nathan Parker replied to Nathan Parker's discussion Editing Rain Reports in the group CoCoRaHS
"Got it! That was easy! Thanks for your help!"
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Kevin Shaw replied to Nathan Parker's discussion Editing Rain Reports in the group CoCoRaHS
"Hi Nathan,  Log in to cocorahs. Hit the My Data tab at the top of your main page. Then along the left side you click on "List/Edit my reports"- Daily Precipitation. You will get a list of each day. At the right go to the Actions tab.…"
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Editing Rain Reports

I marked today's report as 0, but there was actually a trace. How do I edit my report and correct that?Thanks!See More
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Backyard Stations

A place to discuss and receive support on WeatherBug Backyard Stations.See More
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CoCoRaHS

The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow (CoCoRaHS) network is a grassroots network of volunteers who measure daily precipitation using a manual rain gauge (all volunteers must use the same style 4-inch plastic rain gauge).  Measurements are reported at 7:00 AM local time (2 1/2 hour window allows for flexibility) and are immediately available to the public on maps and in list format.  The data is used by several entities including NOAA's National Weather Service, NASA, and many more. …See More
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Monday Preview: More soggy weather in the Southeast with drips and drabs in the Northwest. http://ow.ly/RyBRx

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Tropical Storm Fred is eyeing the Cape Verde Islands for a Monday landfall. http://ow.ly/Ryznb

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Southern Florida has been the breadwinner for heavy rain today in the U.S. The Miami area has seen almost 3 inches and more to come.

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