Which model should Windy implement next? Please vote.
igor 320 last edited by
Vote 1: HIRLAM
Nasa5 last edited by
I would like to see better coverage of the Asia Pacific and Oceania regions. It covers a large part of the planet, but everyone sees focussed on the US or Europe. Being a professional yacht delivery skipper most of my work is in this area. From this limited choice I go for Arome #2 as it at least covers New Caledonia. I would like to see ICON for more global coverage.
jmatthys last edited by
@ivo HRRR all the way
Vote number 3: HRRR approx 3km resolution, covers Continental USA
trajo last edited by
Whatever happened to 3D windy, watching the wind in the global model made more sense, or do you guys have flat Earthers working there now?
Paris-Brest last edited by
3 as it could improve the forecast for the Atlantic coast as well.
krahmk last edited by
I Vote number 3: HRRR approx 3km resolution, covers Continental USA!
djones_weather last edited by
And, if it's not too much to ask...how about the Continental version of the Canadian HRDPS?
Or at least the LAM-West version for all us skiers in western canada and the Pacific Northwest?!!!!!
Great work you guys...keep it up!
elifinan last edited by
VOTE 1: HIRLAM
lmamane last edited by
Vote 2: AROME
Would allow (in Western Europe) forecast that takes into account quite local conditions (valleys, etc).
rc59 last edited by
AROME one office the best models mesoėchelle
And also Arome HD Terrific !!
For example: AROME can see the establisment of Seabreeze !
LJJJ last edited by
None of the three! One for South America!
maui92 last edited by
I vote for #3
Roger_Blake last edited by
I would like to be able to set a map to a home that the program opens up with at the resolution l like. If this is the case now please let me know.
stetre76 last edited by
Vote 2 - AROME
loweold last edited by
Hi, I voze no 2, thank you
Manu33 last edited by
Vote 2 AROME
Esol4U last edited by
Vote 2 Arome
akakroke last edited by
@ivo I have to say hrrr #3, but would actually like to see the Canadian model as it seems to have been a whole lot more accurate in predicting Atlantic storms, both hurricanes and Nor’easters, in the past many years.
mslman71 last edited by mslman71
I just discovered the sounding data! Outstanding. Is there any chance these data could be presented in the traditional skew-T/log-P format or perhaps have an option for it? I’m almost afraid to ask in that it wouldn’t surprise me if there was a switch somewhere to change the formatting and I’m just missing it.
This app is amazing. It is by far the best out there. It’s the first thing I go to when beginning my flight planning process.
(Sorry this does not address the additional of a model but rather an alternative to presenting existing data)