Windy launches "Observation vs. Forecast"
@idefix37 WOW where did you get these colors.
I’ve just changed the colors of this layer, considering White for 0°C.
Then I have kept the default colors for positive temperatures, except for the highest. I have replaced the Black by White, because I keep the image of a piece of steel that you heat. It takes successively these colors: Red-brown, red, light red and finally white, with no risk for me to confuse with the 0°C color.
For the negative colors I have changed the default colors too. There are OK near the ground but in high altitude e.g. at 500hPa, I would like more color changes. Just need to work on it.
Lee Letto last edited by
That's cool! Thank you! I think it would be easier to pick the best forecast for location if you do the option to compare with all models at once or with the seleted models
Zaeem Khalid last edited by
I like the comparison but would still like to be able to see the old style where it provided a graphical representation of wind over the hours.
leo.idt last edited by
Good feature, but i think the old style should be maintained. I think when you just want to observe the station's data, the old one was more readble.
trnhan1403 last edited by
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if you dont like it then dont be that rude. There are people who actually enjoy this.
hervo last edited by
Just Great !
It is an information I was really looking for.
I am always wondering what model we should use.
If you manage to keep this information and provide a long-term (1year?) summary of this comparison it would be perfect.
Joest last edited by
@Gkikas-LGPZ It seems that the orange bars indicate strong wind gusts, and that the red circles indicate times when the forecast was not accurate. Really sweet feature to see how accurate the forecast is at a glance.
The color coding that is labelled VFR and MVFR all of the way at the bottom are instrument recommendations and visibility ratings.
Gkikas LGPZ last edited by
OK, orange bars indicate wind gusts and
red circle indicate not accurate forecast.
I asked why red for only one degree difference?
What are the criteria for red (bad) forecast?
I never asked for VFR etc coding. It's obvious!
Joest last edited by Joest
Green circle: ≤ 3 degrees
Tan circle: 3-5 degrees
Red circle: ≥ 5 degrees
Gkikas LGPZ last edited by
I don't think so.
tnatna13009 last edited by
Please : it would be great to have the old model too !
Thanks in advance.
Canne last edited by
Hi, awesome! But I am missing the numerical value of the air pressure.
Canne last edited by Canne
martin.langhoff last edited by
Overall, yes to progress. However, please bring the wind strength graph back. It was enormously useful for sailors.
I agree with you, the wind graph shown on the weather station window was very useful to check when an active front or a tropical cyclone passed above this station.
gargamel1 last edited by
Overall excellent, however please if possible bring the wind strength graph with the maximum gusts in knots back. It was very useful and interesting. thanks.
Fred Hubbard last edited by
Looks great and will give it a try.
Is there some way to send you a contribution other than posting my credit card number on the internet. Do you have a mailing address where I could send a check?
bluejay2048 last edited by
Love you guys and the hard work you do! Go wxgeeks!!