FAQ: Difference between high/low and max/min temperature

Discussion in 'Weather Watcher - FAQ & How To' started by Philippe, Nov 22, 2008.

  1. Philippe

    Philippe New Member

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    Hi,
    Currently, I see the following temperature:
    Temp: 1°C
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    High: 3,9 °C
    Low: 1,7°C
    Max: 1,1°C
    Min: 0°C

    What are the differences between high vs max, and between low vs min?

    Thanks for the answer, and congratulations for this software.

    Philippe
    (Belgium)
     
  2. msinger

    msinger Administrator
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    Re: Difference between high/low and max/min temperature

    The High and Low values listed at the top, left of the "NOW" section of the main Weather Watcher Live window are forecasted temperatures. The Now, Min and Max values listed in the table in the center of that window are temperatures that were recorded by your selected weather station.
     
  3. Manymosi

    Manymosi Well-Known Member

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    I assume this holds true for the tray tooltip also?
     
  4. msinger

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    Manymosi, yes, the same applies to the tray tooltip values.