I see the windy last built is 3 days ago(index ver: 23.0.0 built: 2020-01-13, 10:18), but it still shows the old translation. I wonder when the new translation will online? By the way, I am a Chinese (Simplified) translator. @BarboraSamkova
@rittels Thanks! I'll check it out!
I'm still would like to hear some feedback on my latest request from developers. Right now, there is no way to use the app when you select "Distance & planning" option (long tap anywhere on a map), because you can't save the route and the rest of options are not available when you have selected "Distance & planning".
@Gkikas-LGPZ Tell me now , the 24hrs period started at the exact time you are looking at the map, or at 00.01 of that very same day ? Also, often this map is not showing the same amount of precipitation to receive when compared to the main forecast page for my location where it shows the precipitation by the 3hrs period.... why is it that ? Thanks
FYI, I use the maximum area view to see low pressure cells as they develop below Japan and spin across the Pacific, bringing mild temps our way. Something that's happening a lot this winter, thank heavens...
Windy allows me to predict local temps very accurately even 10 days out using pressure modeling. Gotta love it!
Thank you for your post, but please note:
Windy does not create any forecast data but instead only visualises forecast and actual data received from various third party providers.
Please see the following thread regarding PM2.5 data,especially in relation to the current situation in Australia:https://community.windy.com/topic/10900/air-quality-pm2-5-data-and-forecasts
@jmh2002 said in Air Quality PM2.5 Data and Forecasts:
The forecast visualisations are based on the forecast data received. So Windy has no part in the reliability of this.
If the actual conditions have changed relative to the previous forecast then the visualisation of this data will of course not reflect this.
PM2.5 is forecast data from https://www.copernicus.eu/en ( https://community.windy.com/topic/7924/cams-signs-partnership-with-weather-application-windy ) and it is updated every 24 hours., It is not actual data and with rapidly changing conditions such as the fires in Australia this may result in some differences..
For all layers you can check the source of the data by clicking the clock/time/info icon in the bottom right hand corner.
Please see the following screenshot:
When searching for the definition of low, medium, and high clouds on Windy, this is the first thread that appears. I just did not want anyone to make the same mistake that I did in taking the definition you provided as Windy's definition (even though you didn't explicitly state that it was) and simply wanted to direct other users to the definitions provided by Windy.
Hi, thank you for the ideas. We do plan to enhance the interface more in a future versions.
For instance, full screen mode of webcam view is already planned as one of the new features.
Stay tuned! :)