I am live in Junagadh saurashtra region near cosal area Gujarat. Windy becomes very useful current when "vayu" cyclone passed closely Gujarat costal area Its graphic very nice to understood. Windy helpful for do disaster & save life of people before cyclone & other whether affect.
@ivo Is there away to stickpin a certain weathermodel? E.g. I wanted to have ICON set permanently. How would I Do this? Looks like at the moment the user has to always check which weathermodel is being used. That can be annoying when flipping back and fro through maps and Forecasts... appreciate your answer. Best, Chris
@ivo Also quite frequent:
For clickable URL, use [TEXT](http://some.url)
It seems that the http:// prefix is mandatory, keep that in mind ! Or simply, test the result in the "Preview" first when creating the post !
This following text is from our member jmh2002
Thank you for your post. Unfortunately the place names are not controlled by Windy.
Please see the following posts about how the map data for Windy is sourced and displayed from www.openstreetmap.org:
Please also note: For every language, a different place name label can be displayed, so please choose your correct language and data display.
Further discussion of place name and language issues or disputes should be directed to the OpenStreetMap Forum here: https://forum.openstreetmap.org/index.php > scroll down & select > users: (the relevant country for your dispute and/or question)
In the case of a political dispute please leave such topics out of the Windy forum and instead focus on the discussion of weather.
Thank you :)
Can you negotiate with your providers to offer this feature?
In the modern world, in order to visualise data you need to transform it. If instead of sharing the source files you share the transformed data you would be respecting the agreement, wouldn't be?
On my iPhone, on the app, I finally found settings (icon under the Home iconas I recently learned). I then scrolled down (also not obvious). I changed from C to F and it automatically asked me to log-in, which I did and the switch stuck. I know I am forgetting something, but the key, in addition to being logged in (on the app on your iPhone!), is to scroll all the way down in Settings to find Save (in red, not grayed out). I did first log into the website, but noticed it was already set to F. Not sure if just then logging into the app made the difference (since settings are supposedly in the cloud) or if actual saving on the app while logged into the app did it.
No, GFS 22km has a lower resolution than ECMWF 9km which has a higher resolution.
The resolution is the number of grid points on a given surface (or pixels on a digital photo). If you decrease the distance between the points, you increase their number and so the resolution.