Windy offers Sounding Forecast
Gkikas LGPZ last edited by
windy already provides realtime weather observations for many locations.
e.g. for airports, click on the airplane symbol
I like it. Great!!!
RobertoTeotico last edited by
Excellent work. Great value to the people! Thank you for your dedicated job.
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Crystall last edited by
Thanks and do continue to improve this web system! Looking forward to more features to come :)
@chobotnatec I didn't notice those grey lines in the beginning, thank you for the hint. However, more of them would come in handy to estimate the instability at other levels than the surface.
weatherfan last edited by
Sounding forecast does not work for me. All I get by right clicking is the usual forecast wind SPEED for a point on Earth; no sounding forecast.
Gkikas LGPZ last edited by
dub last edited by
This is awesome, but what would be even better, and really, really valuable as a next feature would be hail and near-term hail forecasts and warnings. It seems like there may be some model development needed (especially going forward), but just integrating the already-existing lightning and radar data to display hail presence and near-term probability would be a huge win.
MOUEDH last edited by
Air sounding, sounding forecast or skew diagram is here (there is plenty of names for it). So far we support only
ecmwfbut other models will be supported too. Just click with right mouse button on a map and use link in context menu (long tap on mobile will do).
Developed by our soaring pilot & programmer @TZ so enjoy. And BTW works on mobile device too.
discosking last edited by
Fantastic thank you
RaymondPaul last edited by
Very nice. Needing help bring my 3D globe up.
Mmiossi last edited by
@raymondpaul - Look elsewhere in the discussion board. Windy got rid of it completely.
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zwoiri last edited by
I love it!
I'm a paraglider pilot myself, I use windy.com a lot for preparation (figuring out where to go to fly really) but missed skew-t , B/S ratio, updraft velocity, top of usable lift. Great to get skew-t out of ECMWF that model is awesome! It would be really nice to get HTOL (top of lift) as well, around here in the West that's usually more interesting than LCL as it's so dry here ...
In that picture, top of lift is probably going to be at that inversion at ~3000ft.
The zoom feature is also very appreciated to see details close to the surface like that.
hyetmen last edited by
@ivo Thank you for your attempts
Unfortunately this feature is deprecated
matijamet last edited by
Well done!!!! Can you do it in skew-T/log-p, please?
LegonTW last edited by
I would really aprecciate if you could show the surface parcel trajectory.
EduardoSG last edited by
Excellent tool !!
Now I can see in a glance what I needed 9 clicks before by changing pressure levels
I suspect the sounding is simplified between the few pressure levels that are available ... ( ... 900 mB - 850 mB - 800 mB - 700 mB ...)
Is there no info available for intermediate pressure levels?
It would be nice to have inversions more clearly depicted if the info is available !!