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It is known that GFS is not very good at predicting track and wind speed of hurricanes. The model of the ECMWF is better in particular for the trajectory forecast.
NCEP use special model for hurricane forecast like HWRF. In these graphics AVNO is GFS. You see that it is far from the official (OFCL) predicted track which is quite close to ECMWF prediction.
hope you make improvements to the alarms so that you don't have to have alarms of the same value but different it is otherwise difficult to manage the alarms at the same time I have deleted all the alarms.🤷😔
@laky-luk Yes, all the models say that the weather will be windy and rainy. As you can see on the radar, precipitation is coming to your town, therefore forecast is correct - Screenshot 2021-10-22 at 14.32.48.png
Dominant wind for a given position could be provided by a Wind Rose; Windy doesn't provide such a statistics yet. One could get Wind Rose for neighbor weather stations - WMO, ICAO or private - on provider's web site (if any), or well on any collector site, e.g. this one (here, for WMO station 077156 Paris - Montsouris).
Yes, there is a group of us that, for decades, have focused on the difficult task of forecasting snow for the Blue Mountains and Central Tablelands forecast district. Snow in Australia outside our ski fields is a real novelty and is usually very marginal. The challenge of forecasting it, is very enjoyable for a few dozen of us!
This is a shot from our snow this winter, August, 25th in this instance.