Surely that would not explain why nearly all the archive/WU records are 
timed at 10 minute intervals rather than the selected 5 minute interval.  
It looks almost as though, when there are possible delays in loop records 
being emitted, if 'the window when an archive should be taken' is missed 
because no loop or rec received an attempt is not made until the next 
record 'window' rather than when the next loop is received.  ie loop 
records received outside a record creation 'window' do not trigger record 
creation.  I am assuming that there is such a thing as an archive creation 
window somewhere within the bowels of weewx - the frequency is set in 
weewx.conf, but the window size/duration is fixed somewhere/somehow and I 
am guessing it is set to either 60 seconds or maybe 60 seconds-archive 

On Sunday, 16 October 2016 15:19:38 UTC+3, Tom Keffer wrote:

> On Sat, Oct 15, 2016 at 7:38 PM, mwall < 
> <javascript:>> wrote:
>> i'm stumped.
> ​Me too.​ What do you think of my theory that the console is 
> (occasionally) waiting more than 5 minutes to emit a LOOP packet?
> -tk

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