It’s still possible to modify the « Sea surface temperature » layer colors. This can be done by « Temperature » setting in the list. But this setting alters « Air temperature » and « Sea temperature » in the same way, which is not very practical.
The « Air temperature » scale should cover a range of -70°C to 50°C, while the « Sea temperature » scale should cover only a range of about -2°C to 33°C. So, with a specific color setting of the « Sea temperature », this would give a much more detailed scale of the « Sea temperature ».
Thank you for your post. Unfortunately the place names are not controlled by Windy.
Please see the following posts about how the map data for Windy is sourced and displayed from www.openstreetmap.org:
Please also note: For every language, a different place name label can be displayed, so please choose your correct language and data display.
Further discussion of place name and language issues or disputes should be directed to the OpenStreetMap Forum here: https://forum.openstreetmap.org/index.php > scroll down & select > users: (the relevant country for your dispute and/or question)
In the case of a political dispute please leave such topics out of the Windy forum and instead focus on the discussion of weather.
Thank you :)
When talking about 'cloud bases', the clock icon indicates that the model of terrain is simplified. Can you indicate how that simplification works. I live in the mountains. Does it average valleys and tops of mountains? AGL doesn't mean much unless you know the height of the terrain.
An 'i' or a "?" would be better than a clock.
Great work by the way.