What exactly are you trying to accomplish ? Currently I can give you two options:
embed Windy in your own webpage where you'll be able to see animation of a specific layer at a specific location (follow instructions here)
simply open Windy webpage, go to the exact animation you want to share and copy-paste the whole URL (e.g. weather radar in Alaska like this: https://www.windy.com/?radar,61.365,-157.061,6)
You can select English (or many other languages) as your default. In the upper corner, click on the 3 Horizontal Lines to display the Menu.
When you click the menu icon you get:
Click on Settings to get:
Near the bottom, click on Advanced Settings to make your selections.
You can set your preferred setting at the top and scroll down to choose you preferred language.
It happened by chance. The fact is that:
"Harvey" is not hurricane any more (is downgraded to tropical depression),
the barometric low over North Atlantic (east of Newfoundkand) is not Hurricane and
the "newborn" Hurricane IRMA is not in line with HARVEY and LIDIA (trop. storm over Baja California).
P.S. IRMA's position http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/?atlc
LIDIA's position http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/?epac
Yup, count me in as another user appreciating tide info... So far I have to look at Magic Sea Weed site which makes things more complicated, so it would be great if it could be here as well. That's because this page rocks and has the best and comprehensive forecast for any place I don't want to use anything else since I found you :o)
@cdb92 This is not possible. But if you are waiting for some specific values (certain wind speed from certain direction in certain time of the day), you can set-up an alert for your location and be notified by e-mail when the specified conditions are forecasted.