You are right ! I’ve noted several PWS showing wrong data in particular for the wind speed. They are often in towns, in the middle of buildings...
Each weather station on Windy is identified as:
(wmo) official weather station certified by WMO
(ad) seems to be weather station on air base? But I’m not sure. Do you know what (ad) means?
(madis) PWS which are in the MADIS network from the NOAA. Good data are not assured.
(ship) most of them are not ships but
I wonder how to see the PWS which are logged on Windy.
All of them are not in the MADIS network? How to see them?
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Right, significant waves height is more important for boating than Swell itself.
If you compare NOAA wave charts with Windy using the NOAA model, Wavewatch3, the maps are quite similar for significant waves heights, which is reassuring:
Fine, you got it ! I’ve just seen your sea temperature animation. Excellent !
It is easy to change color settings on Windy, but looking to the map, the color/temperature scale in low-right corner shows always the same range -5°F to 100°F, so it’s useless in your case.
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@TomSlavkovsky please check and reply :)