• Event Calendar

    June 2017
    M T W T F S S
    « Apr    
     1234
    567891011
    12131415161718
    19202122232425
    2627282930  
  • Archive

DDoS attack

23 June 2015 – Our Hosting Data Centre is currently experiencing a DDoS (denial of service attack), this is currently preventing us from uploading the latest forecast data to the webserver. Once the attack has stopped we shall be able to resume uploads.
Please accept my apologies for the inconvenience.

Power Outage 13-14 May 2015

Over the last 24 hours we have experienced several power cuts. The power cut on Wednesday happened between forecast updates. A further outage between 5AM and 7AM this morning delayed the morning update. We may experience further outages today as engineering work continues at the local substation.
We apologise in advance to any delays this cause in updates today.

25 April 1900BST – Website Connectivity Issues

We are presently experiencing connectivity issues with the website data centre. This has been reported and we are awaiting news. Forecasts will not be updated until we have established a stable connection.
I will update with further news.

0100BST Sun 26 April – Due to denial of service attack issues , connection to the site is very erratic, preventing the upload of large data files. Investigations to the cause and finding a way to upload the data are being explored.

0218BST Sunday 26 April – All back to normal, latest forecasts activated and┬áconnectivity problems resolved

Thanks for your patience.

Best regards
Dave Paterson

1 March 2015 – Delay in Forecast Issue

NCEP have been experiencing latency on it’s ftp server for the last 24 hours. This is causing severe delays in the availability of model data. NCEP continues to actively work to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. The status of the latest NSW forecast cycle can be monitored at northseaweather.co.uk/status.php
Thank you once again for your patience while this issue is resolved.

11 Jan 2015 – Delay in Forecast Issue

The NWW3 Wave model has been delay by around 2 hours, This will impact on the issue of the 1800UTC North Sea Forecasts.
Dave Paterson

7 January 2015 – 1800 UTC Forecast Delayed

The start of the NWW3 wave model has been delayed by more than 3 hours. We will continue to monitor the situation and update the forecasts as soon data becomes available. Indications are that the 0000UTC model run will also be impacted.
Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience caused.

2230 UTC – Status update. Problems with the NWW3 wave model continue, with significant delays expected. At this time the 1800Z issue has not commenced. The model takes approx 5 hours to run. We will update this status as soon as we are aware the model is running. Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience.

1130 UTC – Latest Forecast is now available. Please accept my apologies for the inconvenience caused.

Dave Paterson

Model Data Delays 19 December 2014

NCEP is currently experiencing delays with posting model data to it’s servers resulting in delays of around two hours. They are currently investigating the issue. Will update this message once the problems have been resolved. Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience caused. As of 1500UTC NCEP are posting all model output on the 2 backup servers. These servers are slower than the operational servers, resulting in delays of up to 2 hours in model output. 2200UTC The NCEP back up servers are degraded with model output currently running in excess of 6 hours behind. Currently it is intended to abandon the output of the current model. We will continue to monitor the situation, and update forecast output as soon as it becomes available. NCEP currently anticipate this degraded situation to persist over the weekend.

20 Dec 0400UTC – NCEP Primary data feed is now back on line. Please accept our apologies for the delays during this time.