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Hello @Egor_SPb, we don't store any historical data. Windy Premium is here for users who want to support us and in exchange, you get a 1-hour forecast and more extra features in the future. The free version still remains ads-free and with all its functions.
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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!
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Large areas showing high pressure are generally due to dynamic anticyclones e.g. the Azores anticyclone : the air is sinking (subsidence) and resulting in a compression which increases the temperature.
However there are also thermic anticyclones observed in winter due to the accumulation of cold air e.g. the Siberian anticyclone. Not sure that you get it in Ireland.
Some additional information:
The explanation you give from this website is not wrong but as a general rule it applies mainly for local phenomenons (convection).
I may add that with high pressure conditions it is possible that you get a cold weather.
For instance if you are on the boundary of the anticyclone and you get a north wind, of course the temperature will not be mild. But it is due to the wind, not directly to the pressure itself.
Another reason for getting low temperature with anticyclonic conditions: they bring generally clear skies which allows the ground and the air layer near the ground to cool during the night (Clouds prevent this drop of temperature due to the radiative lost of heat). But this is due to clear sky, not to the high pressure directly. And during the day the temperature increases much more with clear sky.
Windy know where Ireland is located you don’t think so? On Windy there are many countries where tides are not displayed. The reason is that « set of harmonic constituents derived from water data levels are necessary » and this type of data is not free in every country. More explanation here:
@SinisaB said in Getting worse?:
Hi guys! As much as I was thrilled by your accurate forecasts in the past ( using ECMWF for Toronto, Canada, not other platforms/models, since GFS and NAM were more wrong than right always), sadly I have to conclude that you are becoming yet another average forecaster, in the sea of many, who are more wrong than correct. Today, again, ECMWF was TOTALLY wrong for Toronto. The forecast ECMWF called for so much rain, from 9am till about 9pm, with total of 8.8mm of rain. All we had were few drops of it, that's all. Not only that, but still, even now, at 5pm, according to your site we should be under rain and thunder, but the skies above and around me are CLEAR!
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This has been happening for awhile.
So, should I stay or should I go, is the question...
It is expected the thunderstorm will develop as the day progresses, with a higher chance of stormy weather in the evening.
Poor weather will continue into Wednesday as roughly 20 millimetres of rain is expected.
Environment Canada is reminding locals to take cover when thunder rumbles.
“Remember, when thunder roars, go indoors! If you hear thunder, then lightning is close enough to be dangerous.”
Over the past few days, Alberta has seen a number of intense storms. To the south, heavy rain and tornado warnings have been issued.
@Korina Ok I found the compare function from the posting https://community.windy.com/topic/9427/how-to-use-the-compare-feature
This is nice but I would recommend adding a graphic display of the track as it is moving such as with the present hurricane heading toward Florida.
Seeing both the European and GFS models displayed graphically at the same time would be a nice feature. One could be primary and the other secondary has shown as just a dotted line for the projected path. Thank for your time Don.
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