I found some descrepancy (I could be wrong) in weather data provided from EnergypLus website (http://apps1.eere.energy.gov/buildings/energyplus/cfm/weatherdata/weather_request.cfm).
I found temperatures for lot of days higher during night than day in the weather data provided on the website. In fact the highest temperature was at night and lowest temperature was at day. I found this behavior pretty consistent with other locations as well. I compareds Trenton,NJ (KTTN) and Orlando,FL (KMCO).
I am not sure if this is a Weather converter error or the data error. Please help me, if you ever came across this sitution, or please correct if I interpret anything incorrectly.
I have just attched sample weather files from both locations for your quick reference. I have compared weather data from other services, I found the temperatures are different from them
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