In the map of Azerbaijan, Karabakh region names were named in armenian which is falsy. For example, it is Khankendi and not Stepanakert, Lachin and not Berdzor etc. Please, correct the names and if you need help, please, let me know.
Please read my above post again.
Windy has NO control over map data and labels.
Please visit the Open Street Map forum where you can make corrections to errors.
Most people want to open the same views every now and then - with this improvement, i think you could also reduce unneeded map-loads, as the user gets the needed information directly.
Thanks for considering!
Thank you, this would be a nice little improvement, because without this line, it is hard to find the right "time". When i try to click on "3 p.m. on Wednesday" - i always have to click 3 or 4 times to find the right time.
I don’t know what kind of storm you mean. Let’s take a thunderstorm prediction. If your location is Atlanta, you can measure the distance between the thunderstorm and this location with the Distance & planning tool. Click the right button of your mouse on desktop or long press on screen of mobile device.
In this example the distance is 319km. Moving the time slider you see that the storm will hit Atlanta 17 hours later. Easy to calculate the displacement speed
Windy uses the Mercator projection, which does not have the same fixed distance scale at bottom and at top of the map. The distance scale varies with latitude. So it’s difficult to have only one scale for a map or then just valid for the middle of the map.
Personally I find the Distance & Planning tool to be much more efficient and precise than a scale in a corner of the map. This tool is available by clicking right button mouse on desktop or by long press on mobile device screen.
But you have chosen a different colour for each °C which does not really provide more precision than if you choose this colour for 2°C or more. This would allow you to spread your choice of color below -30°C. Otherwise for temperatures below -30°C you get a uniform colour. This does not allow a good analysis at 500hPa.
I know that it looks simple to allow people to set up in their preferences the weather model they would like to see when they open Windy. Unfortunately, if I remember well, there is a technical issue which so far prevents Windy developers to propose what it looks like a basic feature
What you propose is used in static maps to show the evolution of lightning strikes and their displacement. On Windy the Radar layer, which shows the lightning, is dynamic. So you see the movement of lightning and if you choose a time frame of 6 hours, you will see the movement of the thunderstorm area.
In addition the location of the old impacts are shown by a colored area from yellow to deep brown on the map.