Whenever we are able to replicate the bug, and we are sure it is worth of fixing...
The Cartagena weather station 08434 should be in this town on the east coast of Spain.
But Windy shows it at sea, 95 NM more East. The reason is a wrong longitude in the database:
Instead of E 0°59’12 ‘’ the correct longitude is W 0°59’12’’.
BTW Great Dun Fell weather station is still in the wrong location
@goro said in Аll models are often mistaken.:
@jmh2002 said in Аll models are often mistaken.:
Yes, I know, if you have a connection with the suppliers, tell them they're wrong.
Why do you don't do that by yourself? Start with ECMWF: https://www.ecmwf.int/en/about/contact-us
During the cold season, here the austral winter, there are currently high pressures over the pole.
In NH they bring the typical Siberian anticyclone with high pressure figures.
See « Records » in:
So 1060 hPa is not unusual in polar region.
This thermic anticyclone is not perfectly centred on the pole itself as shown by @Gkikas-LGPZ
BTW The information « About these data » concerning the Current layer must be changed and fulfilled.
« Close to the shoreline, the actual value is influenced by the shape of the shoreline and the sea bottom. Also the actual sea currents on the surface can be influenced by wind »....
Yes but MAINLY BY THE TIDAL RANGE that can give strong currents to certain places. For this reason, this layer should not be used for coastal navigation. The tide varies from hour to hour and likewise for the tidal current, while this layer is updated every 48 - 49 h!
And what is that?
However I don’t think that showing meridian flow from polar regions to tropical areas will really convince climate change deniers.
Don’t mix up climatology and meteorology.
I agree with @siim there is NO BUG with jet-stream display on Windy.
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