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Hi @Pasha060, what do you mean? If your location, go to Menu – Settings and change your Start-up location to your IP address or location of your choice. You can also go to your phone's settings and forbid application to use your location.
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
@traveria Hi! Thank you for suggestion! Maybe later. On one hand it sounds like a cool feature, but on the other hand we do not want to fill the application with too many functions. But if more people would demand it...
@aih said in would like option to remove "Download App" button on map in mobile browser:
I just learned about windy.com. Have tried it on Windows 10 Edge browser and BlackBerry browser on PassportSQW100-4/10.3.3.2163. The mobile site is great on the BlackBerry. Only issue is I don't want the app and I would like to remove the app download button. An option or setting to do that would be great.
Same for me. Using it on Windows 10 mobile. Unfortunately there is still no app for Windows. So it would be great if the "Download App" button would be removed or removable.
Ok, so in Kansas, the altitude layer at 850hPA roughly equates to 5,000 feet MSL.
Only counter-intuitive bit happens with some obvious extreme examples. Take Pike's Peak in Colorado for instance. The surface is ~14,000 adjusted for whatever pressure altitude, which is well above the 5000 msl value. Same for Denver, right? Should I use the 5,000+ in lieu of the surface?
Thanks for the reply!
Thanks for your reply. I guess what I would like to see is a Guide to the website, and the information each icon provides, shortcuts, add and delete certain features, etc. Maybe Windy.com is a work in progress, and will be easier to navigate as time passes.
If you could see the temp. on grid point, it looks like that:
Small islands (like St. Croix) are represended by only one grid point and the temp. at this grid point is "smoothed" with the other nearby points.
Biger islands (like Jamaica) have more reliable data.
Meteorologists try to improve the accuracy by makings models with finest grid but it needs more (much more) computing power
especialy if you want a model with global coverage.