Oscillating temperature readings result in inaccurate altitude data. I currently have no solution or explanation. Can anybody help?
In this case the route is completely flat. As soon as the temperature starts oscillating (exactly where I placed the cursor) the altitude increases. This a new, unexpected, behavior. Something I am seeing only recently...
Another more extreme example is here. In particular temperature spikes result in abnormal elevation changes.
Here is a normal behavior of the temperature/elevation metric, it taken same time of the year almost one year ago, similar temperature conditions.