These lines correspond to altitude levels. They allow to know the altitude of the clouds shown on the Meteogram.
700h means 700hPa. This altitude is expressed as atmospheric pressure level.
3km is the altitude in metric
FL100 is used by aviation as flight level. FL100 correspond to 10000ft level.
@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 !
Well seems that I do not know this problematic. I wanted to make a info page for our new monster feature, we are finishing right now. And it seems that you understand the matter more than I do. Thx for all the comments.
Do you have any plans on sharing weather data/parameters (e.g. wind and temp data) in XML or JSON formats through Windy API? It'll be a nice companion to Leaflet map currently in use.
Thanks and Please keep it up!
I am in the Azores islands, which is in the middle of the ocean (250 thousand inhabitants, plus other mid ocean archipelagos such as Iceland, Madeira, Canaries, Cabo Verde, Saint Helena, etc.), so does that mean I am shown a London UTC time for my location at Central Azores (Pico)? There is indeed a time zone for East-West Mid Atlantic ocean, which is Azores Time Zone. Azores TZ is 2 hours behind Madrid-Paris-Berlin-Warsaw and 1 hour behind Dublin and Lisbon and London as well (GMT-1)(UTC-1).
"Of course, if you open detail in the middle of the ocean, we use UTC, since there is no timezone."
I love this idea!!!
I wonder if I embed the Windy Widget to my website, what language will it be if someone opens my website, e.g. in the USA? Will it display everything in English? Does anyone have experience with it? And how can I make the widget mobile?
No problem with the fact, that most of this PWS are not installed by the rules for getting valid results especially with temperature? In my opinion this PWS should be clearly marked in windy, so that everyone knows that the values can differ from the real values
@slzr100 If you are having difficulty changing the scale using an Android or iOS app, then do it using the Windy website viewed in a browser. There are some changes which can only be done on the website using a browser. When you close your settings in the browser, they are saved to the cloud and are available as the settings for either the Android or iOS app.