New name variables WPPV32 with Nio tools

From: Marcos Tesouro Montecelo <marcos.tesouro_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Wed Jun 26 2013 - 10:56:22 MDT

Dear users,

I was using the version 3.0 of the WPP to create the grib files after a
execution of the WRF meteorological model. Recently, I've changed this
WPP to a new version, in this case 3.2 (WPPV32), but I've found a
serious problem with the name of the variables when I read them with the
Nio tools of python.

For instance, with the version 3.0 the variable for the land cover is
named LAND_GDS3_SFC. When I read this same variable with Nio tools of
python I noticed that the name is different, in this case
LAND_GDS3_SFC_10 and the same for other variables. It's the same name,
but adding _10 at the end of the name of the variable.

I've tried to guess the explanation of this change, but I couldn't find
any answer, so I don't know the reason of this change.
Could you help me? Does anyone know the reason of this change? Is it a
change in the Nio tools?

Thanks in advance.

Firma MeteoGalicia
      Dr. Marcos Tesouro Montecelo
      Dpto. Predición Numérica e Investigación
	Rúa Roma, 6
15.707 Santiago de Compostela
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