New satellite map enhancements
AnemoiVenti last edited by
Another enhancement function that can serve as an active aid in the fight against the Climate Crisis!
media west last edited by
always like the new updates. one thing, please let us choose larger fonts on the maps, sometimes their too small for us on smaller screens, they should scale with an option.
Bruno Serra last edited by
I like it, but is a bit too "heavy" to charge.
I have desktop PC Windows 7 64-bit
Chrome as browser
i3 processor 3250
@TommiJonss Yes, same here, from Alaska.
johnckealy last edited by
@TomSlavkovsky looks great :) Personally I prefer the new colour scale. But as @Gkikas-LGPZ, says
change unitsisn't working for me either – plus, degrees Kelvin really shouldn't be the default (Celsius should). Speaking of, it's probably unclear to the general user what infra+ actually is (cloud top temperature, right?). Perhaps this could be labelled somewhere?
gortahork | Premium last edited by
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Very much looking fowerad to have it on my pc
I am not a scientist but I am a weather nerd . I think it is great!
nairb.idi9 last edited by
Hello! I really like the new look for the satellite map but the animation seems to play less smoothly than the previous version. Thanks!
dkam22 last edited by
Very nice job! I was going to say keep the old color scale, but the new one is much easier on the eyes. The new animation seems to be loading less frames than the old one. Overall performance and quality is ok though.
The yellowish tone for low clouds/fog and also snow on the visible satellite still looks awkward to me. If a user is looking to distinguish the different levels of clouds, that's what the infrared is for.
cmdrgr last edited by
From a retired Navy meteorologist, looks good so far.
looks very good
Aluth Fian | Premium last edited by
This is an excellent upgrade, Tom! Very useful in areas with often out-of-business radar networks like Indonesia.
Mconniff | Premium last edited by
I love it. Looks beautiful. If you could add the "weather radar" doppler at about 15% visibility as an over/under lay... Just curious. I think both are valuable tools for the armchair weather forecaster like myself. I do a lot of traveling on my motorcycle. Not afraid of rain, but if I can plan...
zacboats last edited by
Fantastic!! Congratulations, it helps a lot understanding the type of actual and expected weather
Bring it On;I am Ready for an animated Map I can plan my day with! Thank-You!
easy_rhino last edited by easy_rhino
@johnckealy I guess "infra+" means infrared+rain. It seems to be combined with radar detection data, since if you check "Radar" view on some rainy region you should see the matching of both views regarding rain clutter.
For me this is the best enhancement from Windy.com since my country Morocco was and still (for some dumb/incompetence reason) lacking Radar coverage for public use. Radar is the most vital feature in case of bad weather especially when you board the Atlantic! :)
Great layers, just looking over Cyclone Bulbul Warning
northwest and adjoining westcentral Bay of Bengal; from the start it was Typhoon Matmo....
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Question is why it has different still old name Matmo on the Hurricane tracker...as it is already Bulbul...maybe to mention both...
Stunning and realistic colors., More level of details, New color scale and Data optimization. I Love Animated Maps as they allow me to plan my Day. There may be Gaps in Bad weather at times when it's best to get out shopping, errands, etc. Very Handy Maps! Thank-You Paul Forster
When looking at the visible layer, at a close zoom the terrain layer shows through the satellite layer and distorts the imagery. Is there a way to adjust the transparancy?