Love the tide information—- very important to us, as boaters. We Cruise are on the east Coast of the US. I noticed that some of the tide station data reflects current (slack tide, for example, at St Johns River in Florida). Some of the tide stations do not (St Mary’s inlet in Georgia). I would love to see this information at all the inlets (I know the data exists).
@marekd this feature on a tablet would be great. I just discovered it and spent over an hour trying to figure out why it wasn’t working on my iPad. It wasn’t clear to me that this is only available on a PC.
I’m a pilot in Bolivia and this would be a fantastic tool on the iPad.
@ekostogorov @TZ my plugin (windy-plugin-sounding) does support skewT (uncheck the "zoom view" checkbox at the bottom). It can be loaded on mobile by visiting windy.com/plugin however it does not well yet because I need to adapt the size to mobile screen.
It should probably not take too long to do but I have deferred for now that since loading plugins on mobile (especially in the app) is not well supported.
You can do it on iPad:
Select Settings -> Favorite. Click on the small pencil shown on the favorite for which you want to set an alert.
Of course you must first choose a location as favorite.
On iPhone you have to set the Alert on Windy website using desktop/laptop.
Just donated and created an account. My partner and I both suffer from pressure headaches. Since discovering your site about a month ago I have checked it every day to see how the pressure is changing so i have an idea of what to expect. Keep up the good work!
@weatherfan said in Improved Satellite map: sharper, faster and more recent:
re and after pictures look the same, so you are going to have to prove it to me that
You should get new spectacles as the quality change is obvious!
@MTSAVKAL I notice the same thing too, here in the Philippines. One local weather site even went on to comment that they use mostly GFS for wind forecasts (because according to him, wind readings by ECMWF is usually over-the-top). They only use ECMWF for precipitation forecasts, but even in that aspect, GFS seems to be more accurate.