joeq wrote:It's been gusting here in the N.East also. I thought the baro was suppose to controls these symptoms, but I guess they're limited. My door has been flopping around a little too. Wonder if that's what's been killing my burn times the past 12 hrs or so?
I see my mano spike just for a moment during windy situations. If you are seeing a steady reading higher than what its set at (-.04?) It could be due to a steady wind. Even severe cold makes mine read higher than what I have it set at, like when it gets under 10 degrees mine will start to wander up to -.04 to -.045 (I set mine to -.03) I suppose it would shorten burn time a little, but the trade off would be a little more heat. If you were to graph your mano readings, you would see that the baro shaves off the peaks as compared to no baro.. So it does control those symptoms - but during extreme conditions, you will still see some fluctuation..