Afaik. both windy.com and windy.com/maps display map tiles served by mapy.cz and they have both same map scale ~1:1600; mapy.cz has one more zoom level, up to 1:800. The way I see it, maps at 1:1600 scale should be accurate enough for both weather, routing and tracking.
As a comparison, google.com/maps provides maps up to ~ 1:200 scale, while I guess they have a bit more cash than windy to hold and maintain such a map service... :o)))
There is no need to zoom to a level lesser than the model's resolution.
e.g. ECMWF has a resolution of 9 km.
Do not expect reliable changes in locations less than 9 km apart.
Only interpolated values.
On latest public beta version, when clicking "Forecast for this location", map scale doesn't change; map just moves in the window at same scale, in order to get selected position on the center of the map (which is a pretty standard behavior on web map applications).
@LLXC This has been a thing for a while. From what I understand, it is an issue with the interpolation. As you zoom in, the interpolation becomes a slightly higher resolution. I think it is a minor issue and don't think much of it. I've only noticed a difference of one or two units as I zoom in so it's not that big of a deal for me.
What I would recommend is zooming in as much as you like to get more accurate forecast readings.