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Je comprends que le mot « chance » puisse te troubler.
En fait il est utilisé en mathématiques, pour le calcul des probabilités, sans la connotation d’être chanceux ou de malchanceux. Par exemple on a 1 chance sur 32 de tirer l’as de trèfle dans un jeu de 32 cartes
Il faut le comprendre comme synonyme de probabilités ou d’occasions. C’est vrai qu’en français dans ce sens on l’utilise plutôt au pluriel. Si vous conduisez trop vite, vous avez des chances d’avoir un accident
Mais tu le trouves où ce mot? Dans les bulletins du NHC donc en anglais?
@Fister thanks for your feedback! Sometimes it just needs to refresh the app after update.
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@jmh2002 While that's all fine and good, that doesn't really help as to be frank I'm not looking for fun or to be a meteorologist I'm looking out of concern of safety and damage.
That said, as mentioned the hurricane tracker is not in the Android app and furthermore I don't believe a user should have to go to the mobile webpage/pc to see the hurricane tracker. And again while that page does indeed seem to provide a lot of information, during an emergency of an impeding hurricane potentially making landfall in my area I only want/need to know where and the predicted speed/category as mentioned.
Having a simple overlay with that would be the MOST helpful, 1 line of text is quick and easy to consume, but even the tracker in the Android app would be nice.
@AzzAScott said in Screen Lock/standby:
Can the app be updated to stop the screen locking or phone going into standby whilst viewing a forecast?
galaxy s10 5g
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OK, thanks. I believe in our observations over the last couple years, the predicted Gusts seem too high compared to our other sources of weather station info, as well as the media reports. We normally leave the default on 'ECMWF' in Windy, but now we will try to use 'GFS' (or 'NAM') and see if we are running in "more parallel" between our info and Windy, specifically for predicted Gusts. Again, thanks for the help and good work on this. As an electric utility company, we depend on great information to help us with storms, power outages, etc...so you see that the wind speed, gusts, etc is crucial data to us.