I am so sorry it has taken me so long to get back here to further comment, however, the widget has not had so much as a hiccup since my last install in May. I do want to thank everybody who tried to help me. And I still love Windy and I still miss having a radar widget, so if someone finds an app that has a radar widget for iOS, please pass the information my way. Please.
And again, thank you, all.
If you live near the path of a tropical storm or a hurricane, you must rely on NHC advisories.
As explained by the link I provided, the global weather models (ECMWF and GFS) are not able to forecast precisely the sustained winds of these phenomenons. They are generally quite good at trajectories prediction but not so much at maximum wind forecast near the eye.
@petra-pik Thanks for coming back.
No, chuckles, it is the Windy app. I am talking about. Same logo even!
I was in discussion with FastSpring, but they have gone quiet. The registration is under a different email address which I can't publish here for obvious reasons. I have pm'ed you the email address. I hope that's OK.
Hi Petra. Thanks for your explanation. I added my town as a favourite successfully and told it to auto start-up at this location however it seems to only work on the windy.com homepage and not my embedded map on my own website? I have the map working good enough on my website however it doesn't display my town name 'Torquay'. For now I think I can live with it. Thanks :)
Also just a reminder that...
Windy does not create any forecast data but instead only visualises forecast and actual data received from various third party providers.
Windy therefore has NO control over the forecast or actual data provided.
Thank you for your understanding :)