The flush results in the same output that was already in the NODE file (see below). For some reason it seems that the OUT domain is shifted by 500m, the resolution of the IN domain. The info is for original NLON=NLAT=750 and resolution factor=5 (so OUT domain has resolution 2500m). With factor to 2 the negative values become order E-10. I started to look at ways to manipulate the X and Y, but I am sure there are more elegant approaches.

SUFPG2 FOUND OUT : LFPOSHOR = T

X MIN = 0.0000000000000000 X MAX = 369500.00000000000

Y MIN = 0.0000000000000000 Y MAX = 369500.00000000000

INDEX, X, Y = 1 -500.00000000002910 -500.00000000000000

INDEX, X, Y = 2 1999.9999999999709 -500.00000000000000

INDEX, X, Y = 3 4500.0000000000000 -500.00000000093132

INDEX, X, Y = 4 6999.9999999999709 -500.00000000000000

INDEX, X, Y = 5 9499.9999999999709 -500.00000000000000

INDEX, X, Y = 6 12000.000000000029 -500.00000000093132

INDEX, X, Y = 7 14499.999999999971 -500.00000000000000

INDEX, X, Y = 8 17000.000000000000 -500.00000000093132

INDEX, X, Y = 9 19500.000000000000 -500.00000000000000

INDEX, X, Y = 10 21999.999999999942 -500.00000000000000

ETC ...

SUEFPG3 : OUTPUT POINTS HAVE BEEN DETECTED OUTSIDE THE INPUT MODEL DOMAIN

ABOR1 CALLED

SUEFPG3 : ABOR1 CALLED