@Ivo Thanks. How can I use 'sst' overlay? Is it only available under 'ecmwf'? Because I can set it on your main site, but I cannot set it in the examples (using chromes console). I can see "sst" in the allowed list but it returns Uncaught (in promise) undefined when I try to set it
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@marekd & co: This seem to be bigger problem I first realized. Do you have any estimation when this (probably CORS) will be fixed? The bug is causing problems to my parent sites. Even when I'm making changes to my test folder, which is not published anywhere in my sites, might broke my parent sites !?! API seem to use latest changes made (at least in isolines, particles)in my test folders also for the already published API pages...
It would be great to have at least the CAPE of IconEu in paid API! Global CAPE would also be available in GFS model, but you don't have it either in windy.com. Have you ever thought to have CAPE of GFS in Windy?
@saaneuvos Sorry about the delay.
If you mean reported temperature and reported wind (basically wx station reports) it is not possible now. Observation is not a part of our map, but it is standalone plugin. We would like to make it accessible via API in the future (as well as forecast, airports, ...), but I cannot promise you that right now.
Unfortunately it is possible to run only one instance of Windy map on one page. As it stands at official documentation:
There can be only one instance of Windy Map on a page, but you can use multiple instances of Leaflet map on the same page.
When using Windy and react.js together I'm hitting the following issue: https://community.windy.com/topic/6503/redrawing-or-reinitialising-windyapi-in-a-single-page-app/7. It doesn't seem possible to show the map again once the component that displays the windy map has been unmounted.
I'm hitting the same issue with React. It's not clear to me what I need to clean up in the componentWillUnmount() phase. Alternatively, I would like to know if it's possible to get windy as an NPM package?