I don't think displaying interpolated NWP forecasts on Windy maps would be a good idea...
Interpolating satellite images is interpolating high frequency (10-15 minutes) observed values, where there are small chances to get wrong results in practice (at satellite image resolution and at that frequency, changes are small). Here, relatively simple mathematical tools are enough.
Interpolating forecast values computed for every 1h (or 3h for users who don't pay :o))) is really tricky in practice and should be only performed by forecast providers.
Here, just mathematics is not enough.
In 1 or 3 hours, weather changes a lot, thus using purely mathematical interpolation risk is to get "beautiful" animation from an artistic pov., but completely wrong from weather pov.
Difficult to say precisely which is the altitude of cloud tops when considering their temperature. For mid latitudes here is a rule of thumb :
But it also depends on latitude so for Pakistan these values are probably shifted:
Please help me with one question please.
The free trial API version have pretty limited zoom in level I think the current zoom level is 11. Will the professional plan provide a closer zoom?
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