Which model should Windy implement next? Please vote.
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)
Gkikas LGPZ last edited by
RobSmit last edited by
Vote number 1: HIRLAM
Vote number 2: HRRR
k-altintas last edited by
Vote Number 2
bren123 last edited by
Vote 2: AROME
Vote 2: AROME
Haji last edited by
would love get harmonie model implemented from fmi, but i guess hirlam would be fine too
GiovanniV last edited by
Any options to get HIRLAM SKA data? Should significantly improve the resolution. If no I vote 2.
A Former User last edited by
@ivo HRRR #3 DEFINITELY
#2 AROME please
johnckealy last edited by
The Candian model is actually very good, and just as free and available as GFS. It outranked GFS in accuracy, at least in the last article I read. I'd love to find a better source of accuracy-ranking for NWP models if anyone knows of one. Also, the UK Met Office have now started putting the output of their Unified Model on AWS. The UM ranks just behind ECMWF, it's a great model. The data on AWS is 24 hours behind, but this shows their progress in data dissemination. Not sure what costs would be involved but check out this as an FYI:
As far as AROME vs HIRLAM, I'd say AROME is the way to go :)
Do you have some info about Arome model for the locations I showed on the map above? I thought it was the same data source? (caribbean, pacific, tahiti...)
HRRR would be a fantastic addition for North American users!
TChilli last edited by
Well, seeing as I'm in continental US...
#3 HRRR is my vote
Scarsraider last edited by
HRRR would be great!
sasysb last edited by
Vote #1: HIRLAM