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Add Observed Weather Log Entries

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Objective

To add an entry to the Observed Weather Log of the Project level Daily Log tool.

Background

The Weather Log tracks any delays to the project that may be due to weather conditions. Each day has a daily snapshot and weather report that automatically pulls weather information for the project's location from Dark Sky.

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permission: 'Admin' on the project's Daily Log tool.

Steps

  1. Navigate to the project's Daily Log tool.
  2. Scroll to the Observed Weather Log.
  3. Enter the following information by clicking in the field to edit it.


     
    • Weather Delay: Select from the drop-down menu "Yes" or "No" to record whether there was or was not a weather delay for the day you're entering data.

    • Sky: Select from the drop-down menu observations made of the sky that day.

    • Temperature: Select from the drop-down menu the approximate temperature on site that day.

    • Average: Enter the average temperature observed during the workday. 

    • Precipitation: Enter the observed precipitation for the day.

    • Wind: Select from the drop-down menu the observed wind conditions.

    • Ground / Sea: Select the status of the ground or sea around the project. You can only enter information for either the ground or the sea.

    • Calamity: If the job site was subject to a calamity that day, enter the type by selecting from the following from the drop-down menu: earthquake, fire, flash flood, landslide, tornado, hurricane, snow, other.

    • Comments: Enter any comments that may be needed to further describe the entry. Pull the bottom right corner to expand the field.

    • Attachments: Attach any additional files to the log entry. Click Attach File(s) to select a file from your computer, or drag-and-drop the file from your computer to the gray area designated by Drag and Drop your File(s). Once you save your item, users will be able to click the attachment and view the attachment in Procore's document viewer.

  4. Click the Save button.

 

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