When I look at my favorites cities I see that they are all displayed with my home time and not the local time of that city. One of my favorites is in new zealand so I expect that the timeline should display different times there
After selecting a location and zoom level, the map in a web browser will zoom in and/or out multiple times, sometimes both. Seems related to moving the mouse even though I'm not clicking anywhere. Extremely annoying. Using Windows 10 version 2004 and Chrome Version 83.0.4103.116 (Official Build) (64-bit) and Logitech mouse...
The "distance & planning" tool gives the basic vertcal cross-section, now if you could add a field where we can input a TAS and altitude, and from there you calculate a GS and advance the forecast along the route (like OGIMet or the autorouter GRAMET) it would be fantastic.
Thanks for a great tool Windy-team!
For me the Sounding forecast graph works very well, both on the Windy website and on the phone app. Where do you get the problem, on website, with which browser? Or on the phone app, iOS or Android? ....
By the way, this morning the 0°C isotherm is at the altitude of Mont Blanc, due to warm air at this level.
@linkalan90. Y Estos son los Nombres de los 14 Radares Meteorológicos Publicos que tenemos acá en Argentina. Primero su Nombre Original y al lado la Ciudad y la Provincia en donde estan Ubicados cada uno de los 14 ⬇️
AR5. Pergamino, Bs. As.
AR7. Paraná, Entre Ríos
AR8. Anguil, La Pampa
RMA1. Córdoba, Córdoba
RMA2. Ezeiza, Bs. As.
RMA3. Las Lomitas, Formosa
RMA4. Resistencia, Chaco
RMA5. B. de Irigoyen, Misiones
RMA6. Mar del Plata, Bs. As.
RMA7. Neuquén, Neuquén
RMA8. Mercedes, Corrientes
RMA9. Río Grande, T. del Fuego
RMA10. Bahía Blanca, Bs. As.
RMA11. T. de Río Hondo, S. del Estero
You cannot add wind values to the wind vectors, but it is possible to customize the wind layer colors.
The solution is to choose a different color for each 5 mph range for instance. This is what has been done with the colors matching the Beaufort scale for the wind here:
Note that colors are not smoothed, not blended, and knowing your color choices you can identify the wind speed ranges e.g. the areas with a ...10-15 mph, 15-20 mph, 20-25 mph...wind, each range corresponding to a colour.
Thanks for the suggestions ; I dit try the route planner and it looks interesting.
I do check also weatheronline for the purpose I'm asking. I was wondering if Windy could offer such a similar layer. Again, it seems to me that would be a very valuable feature for flight planning.
SO2 data supplied by Copernicus are NOW corresponding to a column of this gas from ground to top of atmosphere and accordingly mg/m2 is the correct unit.
Please, the description of SO2 layer in the FAQ should be changed :
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