I want to clarify that I can see skewT, although the selector is OFF.
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RE: "or" logical operator in alerts
If you want to get 3 independent alert types, you can set these alerts in 3 places very close together. First choose these 3 locations as Favorites by clicking on the map. Then change their name « place1, place2, place3... ». The ECMWF model resolution is 9km, so if they are enough close together it should work. For example, 3 places at 3 km distance:
Of course an « OR » operator should be easier for the user but a lot of work for developers.
RE: Default view and animation speed
If you want to open Windy with another layer than Wind, you can do it:
If you don’t like the speed of animation you can use the left and right arrow button to move the time slider by yourself.
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 :)
RE: Why is observed weather always different than a forecast
RE: Low Pressure Throught
You probably mean Low Pressure Trough.
It is « an elongated of low pressure, at the surface or aloft »
Or more simpler
RE: Weather station reports. True or magnetic
As the magnetic declination in Czech Rep. is 3~5 degrees and wind direction is given in tens of degrees, you have no problem!
But if you fly to Greenland ....
the ATC will give you wind dir. (for landing) in magnetic
(also runways names (01 up to 36), refer to magnetic azimuth in tens of degrees).