This is still not working for me.
Look at this example: https://embed.windy.com/embed.html?type=forecast&location=coordinates&detail=true&detailLat=44.755&detailLon=-85.669&metricWind=mph&metricTemp=°F
Thank you for your post. Unfortunately the place names are not controlled by Windy.
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Thank you :)
Hello @sprucker, thank you for your feedback. We know about this and hope soon will be more user friendly.
You can always shut down the app without rebooting the iPad. Just click twice on home button and swipe up with Windy application. Than you can start the app again.
I'm on the Nova Scotia coast in Canada. I'm pleased that the buoys are in the observations here, but as reported elsewhere they are labeled (ship) but I can easily identify them by number.
If possible in the future with buoys I think it would be very useful to show the wave data to compare with WW3 and the Euro models. In particular; Significant & Max Wave Height, and Dominant Period.
There are a few sources for data around here;
The Environment Canada
A separate set of University buoys
Keep up the great work, and thanks so much.
You’re a genius, well spotted, I’m not sure how I managed to switch this on all three of my devices, it had me confused for a week, just switched back to knots and I’m set. Can’t thank you enough, stupidity on my part
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