Erica Olson | Premium last edited by
Hello, I've noticed a few requests for a legend for the app format but I have not been able to find one or a post answering what this icon is.
Undoubtedly this will be embarrassingly simple, but here we are with me not figuring it out and needing to know, lol.
I appreciate the app, though it's beyond my capacity and I'm still learning how to use it.
I can't tell if it attached before I post, so here's hoping.
The icon with the sun/moon and lines, top row, at the top of hourly column. I understand it maybe indicating night or daytime but I don't know what the lines mean.
And then the series of 3 cloud icons starting rows bottom left... Rain expected, thunder/lightning expected, total accumulation?
Yes, sun and moon icons correspond to day and night time periods.
The size of cloud give an idea of the cloudiness or cloud coverage.
The lines mean stratus cloud.
Concerning the 3 icons at bottom, they give the precipitation quantities per type:
- Rain (rain qty in mm or ft)
- Convective rain (rain qty in mm or ft due thunderstorms, to simplify)
- Snow (snow height in cm or ft)
See more details here:
@idefix37 No, I think that the icons with lines means that there is a chance of fog or haze to be formed, as you can see that the forecasted temperature is 18 and the forecasted dew point is 15 which means that the air is in a state near saturation.
Yes, stratus at ground level :)