Windy brings new Waves-radar and additional isolines
sajith last edited by sajith
This web site is very Nice and useful features.
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danielanca last edited by
Nr 1.Excelenta aplicatie.Bravo.
EMX325 last edited by
Really good app. It will be better and compleater
antoin43 last edited by
Why the Geopotential height tab taken off Android? Its very useful.
Dick Ogg last edited by
The wave-radar is outstanding. I'm a commercial fisherman and I find it extremely useful. Thank you for the opportunity to use the site.
F/V Karen Jeanne
Bodega Bay, Ca.
gvogler last edited by
gosh, growing up surfing in 50's & 60's we could never have dreamed of such a stunning resource! and there is a part of me that also cringes because then EVERYONE can know where to go for best surf = too crowded!!! lol
kais bensalah last edited by
Bonjour.Vous nous offrez une très bonne application, très fiable et très pratique. Bravo.
Je n'ai qu'un petit problème : les lignes de pression ne s'affichent plus.
Je suis agriculteur et votre application est de loin la plus complète et la plus efficace. Merci.
Et bravo une autre fois.
Pompiersan last edited by
C’est une excellente idée, car je pourrai de cette manière savoir les meilleures conditions pour faire du surf.
simplicity last edited by
What is the difference between swell, swell 1, swell 2?
Is the any documentation on what all the app options and features are?
MeteoMike686 last edited by ivo
Wind wave = wave generated by wind
Swell = wave that has moved outside its area of generation
At any given state, there may be multiple series of waves at your location. The wind could be blowing very hard at your location, creating wind waves. A strong cold front could be moving across the ocean, generating waves that will later arrive at your location and in the opposite direction of the wind waves. A third, or fourth swell could also be present.