NSDisplay Realtime Lightning:

     7/21/18   11:14:29
Strikes Close
0 0
Peak Rate: 2509/min
Time: 04:30:06
Peak Burst: 299/sec
Time: 16:16:31
Last Strike
Time: 19:56:59
Distance: 61
Direction: 130.1°
Type: -IC
Status
Uptime: 300:26
Squelch: 1
Alarm: Inactive
Persistence:
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Strikes Distribution
  Today 30 min.     Today 30 min.  
pluscg cgtoday
33 0%
cgXminutes
0 0%
  pluscc cctoday
70297 92%
ccXminutes
0 0%
 
minuscg cgtoday
324 0%
cgXminutes
0 0%
  minuscc cctoday
5727 7%
ccXminutes
0 0%
 
Strike Totals
  Total Close
Today 76390 258
30min 0 0
Strikes /min
last 24 hr strikes
 
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