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Challenge #330: Check out the weather

kceleven11
7 - Meteor
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dickeys1
6 - Meteoroid
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TonyAndriani
8 - Asteroid

I had already given up on trying to match the solution based on obviously incomplete requirements and built something on my own. After I finished, I looked through the solutions and found that only noon dates were used. Didn't bother fixing it. In the real world I would have gone back to the customer and asked for the rest of the requirements before spending hours trying to read their mind.

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ryanmorin
6 - Meteoroid
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kelvinlaw
8 - Asteroid

Here is my solution: (My result is different from the answer though)

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LiuZhang
8 - Asteroid
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Most mismatch due to Fall period, probably because Winter date was aggregated.

Some rounding difference for Average temperature.

severhart
7 - Meteor

i cant get past my 3 rounding mismatches. im calling it a win :) 

acarter881
8 - Asteroid

Here's my solution. If you're having trouble matching the output, try looking up the dates for the Fall season. My workflow may help, if you're still stuck.

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anayet1988
7 - Meteor

The instructions regarding the seasons doesnt make sense

 

1. Do we only analyse the data for 3 dates - March 19th, June 20th and September 22nd? So completely exclude the other dates?

 

2. If we are using ranges for our seasons - where does winter fall? I am sure there is meant to be 4 seasons in a year. What do we do with dates from September 22nd and March 18th?

Anmol97
8 - Asteroid

Here's my solution