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Synoptic meteorology is probably not the main focus of Windy which is more outdoor activities oriented.
Anyway, your suggestions would be useful, especially the isolines thickness, but the other ones too.
Concerning the last one (uniform color without smoothing between rounded values, if I understand), it is already possible to get it. You can customize the color scale in this way. You just need to add additional steps in the code.
Here is an example where I have modified the code to get this type of scale for wind:
Same for waves:
Additional information about color customization:
If something is not clear for you, just let me know.
I think @Rares may be referring to the mobile app. I agree that this is a missing feature compared to most other weather apps.
Something like this I think, with a customisable notifcation able to be displayed in the notification shade, and the temperature in the status bar.
@Korina I'm a new subscriber as well. I agree with @boisvert that a view like the one presented would be beneficial. This is especially true on a phone, where a full screen image like that would be very readable.
@Korina I understand and will use in the future, I just feel having a graphical representation of the two main models at the same time would be of great value to many users. One as primary with complete data and the second just as a dotted line showing the center of the cone of uncertainty, where the second model is forecasting the direction. Presently you need to switch models each time to see and then remember the path of the other main mode. Thanks for all of the great work!