Disappearing Snow!

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  1. victor.malhard

    victor.malhard New Member

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    My steps:

    1. Design my own scenario
    2. I'm going to Explore -> Timetable
    3. I choose weather pattern and any type of train
    4. I'm going to Tools -> Scenario Designer
    5. Start my scenario with previoulsly set weather.

    No matter what snow scenario/service I choose, the snow disappears as soon as I move the train or shortly after. Furthermore, snow always turns to rain. Does anyone know how to solve?
     
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  2. KyleL

    KyleL Well-Known Member

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    There is nothing you can do about it (I think)
    I believe the in game temperature might be too hot for snow.
    But I would think that is because the default weather in the scenario planner(Spring maybe Summer) might have caused that to happen.
    So Winter settings+Deafult setting in Scenario planner,Summer (Spring?)=Rain or & melted snow
     
  3. victor.malhard

    victor.malhard New Member

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    hmmm... Is it possible to change this in any file?
     
  4. KyleL

    KyleL Well-Known Member

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    I'm not so sure (Since I'm on Console)
     
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    L89 Well-Known Member

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    Try switching to the coldest winter temperature and adjusting other sliders to your liking.
     
  6. Cramnor

    Cramnor Well-Known Member

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    When you set the weather, it shows a little temperature in the upper corner. If you just set snow, but the pre setting was spring (i.e. temperature is 10 degrees (Celsius) or something), the snow will melt as it would do in real life. So check if you chose winter and then snow if that solves the issue.
     
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    Clumsy Pacer Well-Known Member

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    Doesn't matter, because it will always default to spring/summer temperature settings.
     
  8. victor.malhard

    victor.malhard New Member

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    The temperatureis -10 but it really seems that the scenario pattern is always spring/summer.

    Do you know if there is a way to change the season through some code, in the scenario itself?
     
  9. victor.malhard

    victor.malhard New Member

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    It is something simple to implement but we have to do magic to try to solve it... = (
     
  10. geloxo

    geloxo Well-Known Member

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    Depends on the route configured temperatures. In Peninsula Corridor is impossible to have snow at all, as they default to 10ºC in winter in game, so snow melts no matter what setting you use. But in real life, even if being rare, it appears to snow sometimes there. At least you can find pics in internet about snow in California.

    Cheers
     
  11. victor.malhard

    victor.malhard New Member

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    But I am trying in Germany. In some scenarios, in this same location, it snows normally but only when programmed by the game to happen.
     
  12. victor.malhard

    victor.malhard New Member

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    For now I'm using the Universal Unreal Engine 4 Unlocker to change the temperature and add snow to the scenario.

    But it is sad to have to use these tools.

    Again: it is something that could be easily implemented/solved by the developers.
     

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