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."
In the quick menu, right side of your screen, select More layers...Then scroll down and tick Geopotential heights which the heigh at a given pressure. When selected together with Wind at 250 or 300hPa, you get the picture of Jet stream as predicted by the model along the isohypses.
Hello @lhessel, short term forecast models feature narrow forecast time and are thus vulnerable in their sensitivity to soaring variations in air quality, defined as sudden events.
It can happen that the forecast doesn't correspond with the real-time situation.
In which area are you noticing this?
Hello @Nelson33, it depends on which platform you are subscribed on. If App Store or Google Play, you have to go to subscription section and cancel it there.
If you are subscribed via desktop, type in the email you used for the subscription here – https://windy.onfastspring.com/account. You will receive info about your account and how to unsubscribe.
You may be right. I’ll check ICON freezing level later in winter over the Alps. The second link I’ve given above shows that the level was above ground in this example over Greece. But this was in January 2019. It has may be changed since this date.
You are probably talking about Windy, the weather app, not Windy Maps which is a navigation app.
There is no general tutorial for Windy.
I don’t know if it can help you, but you may have a look at
This manual is not "official" and may not be complete. Then the layout of the screen has been changed since this info has been made in 2018 by Colin a Windy user.
Concerning « how to read the colors », you have a color scale at bottom right corner of you screen (or bottom of screen for the phone app) which gives the "meaning" of the colors.
Quite easy, no? Then for a more precise reading of wind speed you can click a point of the map to show the weather picker.
To change the visibility units, you must do it on website, not in the mobile app and not in Settings but on the color scale.
Here the visibility is expressed in statute miles.
No help? Just need to ask here.