In your situation I would invest in a Meteobridge Nano. So much more you can then do with your station, not just adding Windy.
But there are other equally interesting options like running Weather-Display, Cumulus MX, or WeeWx which would all also give you a lot more not just Windy.
You have a lot of options to consider. You don't even need to be limited to just one of these options.
Personally I don’t like this table from Esri ! It’s absolutely confusing. Better to forget it.
They are not a meteorology organisation, just a private company selling all kind of maps and mapping software.
Meteorologists will confirm that the symbol on a map of a wind blowing from a direction is NEVER an arrow pointing in that direction (for a south wind blowing from south, we must use an arrow pointing to the north). This has been already hardly discussed on this forum.
However this is different when you build wind rose to show the wind direction frequency at a location.
PS. I forgot to add there is already a meteo station installed and that's how eg. YR gets meteo data. It's located nearby place called Nynørsa approx. S 54.4119, E 3.2887. However the station will not provide live public readouts., I reckon.
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Hi Peter, thank you for sharing your experience using our product in the midst of bad weather. We're happy that Windy is helpful in this way! :) Also thank you for spreading the word. Stay safe!
ECMWF data are not free.
Windy already pays a lot for ECMWF 00Z and 12Z runs
and provides those datasets to us with no cost and ads free.