Australia - Bureau of Meteorology free data
@korina Hi Korina, I'm just wondering if anything has been discussed internally at Windy about using the free BoM data?
Many thanks :)
@anthony10 Hi, we will discuss it once we have the capacity for it :)
Just adding another link that explains the domain areas that the ACCESS models produce.
Ideally It would be great here in Australia to the the 'ACCESS-Australia' integrated into Windy. :)
@anthony10 Another weather service I've been using that visualizes BoM date is Meteologix (I'd much prefer Windy if it was integrated hehe).
They use the 10 day forecast available from the Bureau of Meteorology ACCESS-G model.
@anthony10 Another weather service that also displays BoM data visually is Weatherzone (again I'd much rather use Windy as its more refined).
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@anthony10 it would be great to have BOM in a fantastic package like Windy.
@callmedash Thank you! hopefully we can get more Aus weather fans to join in! :)
Another good point to add BoM data is that it has a global forecast called:
ACCESS-G Global (approx 25km) 6 hourly to 240 hours (10 days).
ACCESS-R Regional (approx ~12km) 3 hourly to 72 hours (3 days).
ACCESS-C+ Cities (approx ~4km) 1 hourly to 36 hours (1.5 days)
@anthony10 im in on this one
definitely would be an awesome feature
@anthony10 Adding in Access models would be a great addition to Windy. Given recent weather extremes here (and the threat of tropical cyclones this summer), the BOM models are very important to the region.