In map, SO2 is expressed in mg/m², but don't you think it's in microgram/m²? In Europe we should have more than 100 "mg/m²" this weekend according to Windy. But alert rate is only at 0.300 mg/m²!
Are you sure the units are correct?!
vsinceac last edited by vsinceac
The popup panel raised by the "i" control when this data layer is displayed says: "The variable presented here is the vertically integrated amount of sulphur dioxide from the ground and up to the top of the atmosphere. It is expressed in kg/m2".
I guess Windy divides original values (provided by the model in International System of Units, as required by WMO), by 1K, in order to get mg/m² (more realistic and matching current palette).