Just a remark. The app that you use is NOT Windy Maps. Windy Maps is a navigation app.
In fact you use Windy, the weather app.
Concerning the pink stripes, I’ve never got it, but I only use Chrome and Safari. Have you tried to update you Firefox browser?
If it is the server performance that is limiting the weather forecast display beyond zoom level 11, I don't care. You are probably an expert on this subject, I am not.
I was just saying that there is no point in showing the detail of these layers beyond this zoom level for global models. At the early stages, Windy was designed for the ECMWF model and for GFS, not for regional models like AROME which was introduced recently. Then, if Windy shows the detail of the base map up to zoom level 18, which gives a screen map less than 1km, is that not to show the detailed base map? imho there is no point showing at this zoom level a model based on grid points of 9 km spacing.
The north part of Lake Garda in Italy is surrounded by mountains whereas the south is open toward the Po valley. The altitude of the lake is 65m but a bit more for towns and villages on the lakeside. In the north part the temperature computed by the default weather model is quite wrong because of its resolution 9 x 9 km and its coarse topographic model. This model ‘see’ the lakeside at 800m and gives a temperature for this altitude.
For temperature in mountains try to use a weather model with a higher resolution for instance ICON-EU, METEOBLUE or AROME where available.
Which button are you talking?
Do you mean the sentence ‘Your settings are saved to your cloud’ ? That is not a button, settings are automatically saved.
@korina I understand. but brief forecast in menu is more useful by start app or site. I immediately see forecast for all my spots, then chose one for detail forecast.
It would be convenient to select forecast model, and view brief forecast in menu with selected model