@idefix37 I am certainly aware of this and I my point is I would like to see Windy continue to improve itself and I think my suggestion would be an improvement There are many resources out there these days and prefer Windy
@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.