Hi @Marienka, the North West part of Holland doesn't have weather radar data for a long time now, while other weather radar station do have data here. It is an important part of the Netherlands and includes Amsterdam and surroundings. Can you have a look why this data is missing? It use to work perfect in the whole country. Thx.
Alerts have not disappeared.
If Android is similar to iOS, click your profile photo to see your alerts.
To set a new alert, short press on screen to show the weather picker, drag the map under the picker and press the amber arrow to get the Meteogram table. At right end of this table click Alert for this spot
I have the same problem, I have the domain filled but still the same problem.
The domain is http://fkritsrvwtv0006:8086/ and this is filled in authorized domain. I dont understand why is happened, this is an internal domain (not public in internet) . I don´t know if this is the problem, but with localhost:3000 that is our development environment it works.
¿Could you help me please?
Thank you very much.
Any news on this data outage?
Unfortunately, there is still no radar for a big part of The Netherlands.
It seems that the radars are still functional:
As an alternative option it is also possible to view the Hurricane Tracker in a browser on a mobile device.
Bookmark / Add to Browser Favourites and Mobile Home Page the following link and after select what you want to track:
Hope this helps :)
@idefix37 thank you! Your answers were helpful! I've googled more and found that this is not a trivial task to get ground concentrations from the satellite integral data. There are bunch of complex models and ways to do so. I wonder why the other pollutants are presented in micrograms per m3 and only the SO2 data is in 'unpractical' units. Wish you good luck!