Forgot to speak about import gpx files (already mentioned in another post) but also export gpx files from Windy maps...
Another idea is o be able to plan a trip from a computer web app or equivalent an then upload to the phone app...
And last but not least, the elevation profile is just displayed at the bottom of the trip windows on the phone app... could you please add an option that could allow to find the elevation points on the track or route by sliding a cursor along the elevation profile?
Many many thanks in advance!
Sorry I should have realized there is no mountain in Washington DC :-)
In addition to the explanation from @Yves70, sounding is available with right click on mouse on desktop and a long press on mobile app screen.
Hello @JaimeSBO, thank you for your suggestion, we will consider it when developing new features.
In case you have more than 10 favorite places, a search bar will appear on the top of the list that makes it easier to navigate.
@malai852 Hello, are you referring to a difference between Windy AQ stations or AQ layers? Air quality stations on Windy report real-time values, however air quality layers such as PM2.5 show forecast based on data from Copernicus (CAMS).
Hello @John-Donovan, we are aware of dispute territories around the world, however, further reports of map errors or territory discussions should be addressed to Open Street Map, since we use their maps and we have no control over them. If you want you can even correct the issue by yourself - www.openstreetmap.org.
You can read more on this issue here:
On Windy, wind data and other parameter data is data from weather models, NAM, ECMWF or GFS. As far as I know the Windy team does not use a crystal ball as you guess !
Do you know that you can compare observed wind by local weather stations and forecast by weather models on Windy:
Delta T is the difference between the dry bulb temperature and the wet bulb temperature, also called wet bulb depression. It is usually measured with the psychrometer.
It gives a better idea of the water evaporation rate than the relative humidity. It can be calculated from temperature and RH, or from temperature and dew point.
As you are interested by this parameter on your farm, I don’t think that a new layer would be a good way to show it. It would be better to have it in a diagram for a location, may be in a plugin together with other local calculated parameters. By this way you could directly see which are the best days and hours for spraying on your farm.