Propose a NEW LAYER / FEATURE You'd like on Windy
captainjim47 last edited by
@paulharder2 experienced 50F in fog off Santa Cruz CA meanwhile in the upper yacht harbor it was 100F only 5 nm away.
Firstly, excellent app - well done.
I’d like to suggest adding an ‘Anchor watch’ button on the main screen that records initial GPS position and then tracks movement against predefined settings for boat size and Alarm radius.
I think it would be a great feature that sailors could set and adjust based on forecast for overnight anchorages.
It would be great if we could do route planning between 2 points based on wind direction over the course of the route, showing optimum turn (tack and gybe) points.
May even be a feature people would pay a reasonable fee for (In app purchase).
noalt last edited by
I propose some form of split screen functionality.
Press a button, and the map view is divided into two parts (The viewable area in both parts is always the same).
For example: you can set the left view on cloud mode, the right view on wind at 1500m.
So you can compare two aspects at the same time.
How does this sound? Not easy probably :-)
gorbachsv last edited by
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A Former User last edited by
I have four suggestions for new overlays"
Accumulated temperature - This would be a terrific planning and warning indicator.
Pressure with altitude - I sort of expected this one to exist already but it doesn't. A dedicated pressure change with altitude overlay would be such an improvement for understanding the trend. I expect it would be among the simplest to implement.
A derived Apparent temperature index that takes into account relative humidity to create a "feel's like" temperature overlay, that's more relevant and indicative to human beings. Something like the nullschool "Misery index" layer.
A derived Turbulence (ft/sec or m/sec units) with altitude change which takes into account down stream topographic uplift and mixing from orographics, and leeward side rotors if that sort of predictive warning potential can be deduced from deep wind-flow conditions and direction. I think this should be possible with current model outputs.
I agree too for a pressure layer in altitude (Geopotential layer) not only as isolines.