Pressure isolines are here
You guys are Fantastic. I really like to see the Isobars when I'm route planning. Great work, thanks
Hi all. I can't find isobar overlay on my phone? Do I need to re-install app? Maybe not available on mobile app?
Any advice appreciated.
Great app all the same.
Barragrande | Premium last edited by
Great job Tomas & Ivo. You definetely deserve our applause.
great job! Love this!
@ivo Tomas, Nice job on the isobars - I like it!
Wow, as to complexity and benefit. So appreciated, even world wide!
Oswiety last edited by
Excellent work. Congratulations!
This is going to be VERY welcome. Other weather sites are removing user ability to learn and this one is going ahead with real information and enabling the user to know what's going on. Thank you!
hboetes | Premium last edited by
Great feature, can you make them follow altitude? AFAICT they only show the pressure at sea level.
I need it realy for sailing and working outdor.
Brilliant feature. The icing on the cake!
Atalantia last edited by
Great work. I know windy now about 1 week and its absolutely the best I have seen so far. The interface is beautiful and straight. Thank you for this big work you do.
guidofrans last edited by
great feature! Thanks for the efort making Windy more and more complete!
Hi guys, your new feature displaying isobars is absolutelly fantastic and bring your app to the next seriously professional level. I appreciate the possibility to overly isobars with other maps like precipitation , clouds, temperatures, etc. This helps to everyone understand how physics of atmosphere really works. Great thing guys!!!
Well done, it gives much more information in one look
Great work ! According studies about Birds migration , it will be very important to check isolines during Autumn migration as by
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Thanks for a wonderful weathersite. Really well done!
I am using your widget - but is it possible to include the very nice isobars as a option there as well.
AdB3 last edited by
I love the pressure Isolines, but why do they need to be loaded manually (i.e. clicked on) on the Radar page using the ",i:pressure" URL parameter???
should show them....