I noticed that if I ground the station in the ground wire of the electrical supply system
I receive a lot of noise every time an electrical apliance turns on or when I plug-in
my cellphone's charger in any electrical socket.
Now, I grounded the Blitzstation in a safety handrail.
Please note that in Blitzortung's documentation (Project Description)
page 55, paragraph 22.214.171.124 says: "... Note that the ground of the system should never
be connected to the ground wire of the electrical supply system."
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This is a radar:
And the pictures that you see on your screen are not a radar! ThIs pictures from Windy or from other apps are just a visualization of data provided by weather radars which are monitored by national weather services.
So it is absolutely normal to see the same issue on 2 apps because the data provides from the same radar network.
@iamnohappy thank you for the upload.
Alert conditions work as 'condition 1' AND 'condition 2', not OR. So in order for you to receive an alert, both of these conditions would be occurring at once.
You have to set up an alert for Wind and Waves separately.
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@Gkikas-LGPZ said in Please update base map data.:
Although those data (country names) come from same source (openstreet)
they are not the same in windy.com and in windy maps.
@jmh2002 said in Please update base map data.:
Yes I agree that this needs to be done more often. I had previously assumed that this was some type of automatic process, but this seems to not be the case.
As a minimum, monthly updates would seem to be appropriate I think.
@Korina said in Please update base map data.:
@Gkikas-LGPZ @jmh2002 @idefix37
Hello, I do agree with you, the update it needed and is planned for the near future.
The process isn't unfortunately automatic and is quite demanding.
Is there any update regarding this issue from six months ago?
It it possible to prioritise an update of the base maps from OSM, both now as well as on a more regular basis thereafter?
I am struggling to find a solution for this as well. I was hoping a simple URL parameter would do the trick, but I haven't found one yet. I've tried the same ones you have, as well as things like "playPause", "animation", "play", "loop", "start", etc. And I've tried values of "1", "on", "true" for all of those. I guess it's just not supported.
One of the typical feature of a medicane is the hot core which is much warmer than outside. It is very interesting and instructive to follow it at different levels. At the beginning, you could notice the difference at low levels, 850 hPa for instance but day after day, you can see the differences, in the core and outside, also at much higher levels. This is because in the development process of an hurricane, the system releases latent heat, among others because of the condensation of warm and humid air at higher and higher level. Here you can see it clearly on the follwing map at 600hPa : +2°C in the core, -2 or -3°C outside. Huge difference !
Very instructive to follow the development of this medicane