Solved issues and already in production version or waiting to be released.
@wrbrooks @anandbb We are working on this issue. We believe it is repaired now, but still investigating. You can check the current state here: https://community.windy.com/topic/8449/error-in-forecast-data-on-us-server
Not a bug.
The performance is proportional to the number of particles being displayed and their length. You can get better graphics performance and efficiency via doing the following and still see the wind direction indications:
It also happens if receiver's noise exceeding the noise threshold.
Other "strange" images are:
Spirals, due to receiving another radar's transmitted pulse.
Radial spokes, due to WiFi 802.11N base units operating within wx. radar spectrum space (5600-5650 MHZ).
@RikusIAANZ It is probably related to the server data outage. We are working on this issue. We believe it is repaired now, but still investigating. You can check the current state here: https://community.windy.com/topic/8449/error-in-forecast-data-on-us-server
Hi @Dalziel, I still can't confirm this issue. If the "particles animation" in the right bottom corner are switched on and animation is still not working, could you send us an error console/browser details/screenshot of the whole screen, please?
Hi, which model do you use? There is may be one of them which gives better results for temperature.
Touch Compare :
There is a weather station in Cuenca. If you compare the reported temperature with those forecasted it seems that the model of Meteoblue is the best for your location.
If you're online and trying to call up information that does not currently exist, or else is not presently available for Windy to display, Windy will put up a red error message-line (which annoyingly you have to click to remove - it should just time-out and go away after a few seconds) which incorrectly informs you that you appear to be "off-line". When it's really the data that you wanted that is off-line, or otherwise not in existence.
It's often not the case, but occasionally it is you who's temporarily dropped off-line due to say an ISP glitch. Windy caches data locally, so you may not notice for a bit that you are off-line, until Windy tries to access data that it does not have cached yet, then you get this offline error-message. Plus the error-message bar is not too helpful in informing you what problem Windy is actually having. Sometimes the data is offline because of a server connection issue, or you're trying to use a location or a time (such as the past) in which data is not available.
It's an area which could do with some work, IMO.
@jmh2002 OK. (That will be the first bookmark I've needed to make in 20 years.)
But such solutions won't also work on the Andriod app. Therefore I think the Android app's solution to the problem should be also made to work on Desktop.