What source of weather data Windy use?
@JerryKelih We use same data source now, ECMWF
Maybe interesting for the windy team, there are now most data of Dwd opendata http://www.dwd.de/EN/ourservices/opendata/opendata.html
Maybe you can make windy better with this
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@Tomber42 Hi, how do I get spatial data from Dwd?
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I was wondering if you could incorporate the modeling information for Canada. Data found here:
Please add ICON and AROME boundaries
in the map with the "brief overview of all models..."
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@Gkikas-LGPZ The introductory picture was updated.
AROME is provided with 2 resolutions 1.25km and 2.5km. One of them is updated faster. I suppose that Windy use only the 2.5km version? In this case it should better, may be, to mention only the resolution used on Windy ?
For GFS you give now a 13km resolution. I have understood that this 13km resolution is used for computation, but then data are dispachted with a 22/23km resolution. Or has this been changed
@idefix37 Hello ! We use AROME with resolution 0.01° (1.3km). Both of the AROME resolutions have 00, 06, 12 and 18 ref time runs. There are also 03, 09, 15 and 21 ref time runs which we don't process. Advantage of AROME 0.025° (2.5km) is that it includes pressure-level layers. AROME 0.01° provides only surface-level layers, only wind and relative humidity are additionally in 20m, 50m and 100m altitude. However, AROME 0.025° also covers much smaller area - a square that covers whole France and a bit of surrounding area.