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Challenge #330: Check out the weather

Nadia_Bonner
8 - Asteroid
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phottovy
13 - Pulsar
13 - Pulsar

My solution:

 

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patrick_digan
17 - Castor
17 - Castor

Looks like they're only using the noon measurements and removing empty readings.

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opoleleyeva
7 - Meteor

agree with others about different results

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TurboToad
9 - Comet

My take on the solution. Output does not match, but as mentioned it looks like they only used the 12:00 temps for output. Not called out in the description so little confusing. 

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mmontgomery
10 - Fireball

Challenge 330:

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mmotte628
8 - Asteroid

The output example only appears to look at the 12:00 readings. 

 

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Kenda
16 - Nebula
16 - Nebula
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Same comments as @patrick_digan plus the average wasn't always rounded up

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Kenda
16 - Nebula
16 - Nebula

Great use case for the Make Columns tool, @mmontgomery! I always forget about that one, but it's definitely helpful here

Watermark
12 - Quasar
12 - Quasar

Kenda, yeah good call, make columns.