shaded temperature curves in meteograms
I have a question about the meteograms:
is the blue-shaded curve temperature range from the ensembles? the lowest-highest? or 25 to 75 percentile?
thanks /R Mike
As I know, that shaded area is symbolizes the temperature --> on the upper side and the dew point --> on the lower side. So it's obvious that the more closer these two sides (values) to each other, the more saturated is the air in that area --> so if the two values are equal the air is 100% saturated -> it can causes fog (low visibility condition) and create low level stratus clouds.
And its colour matches with the values given --> corresponds to the colour scale (either the standard or the modified colour scale if you changed it individually).
For example, on this photo you can see a lot of condition.. such as 100% saturated air and wider range too, mainly during daylight. And you can see that the colour is changing, for example above zero it is green.
Windy provides data from ECMWF HRES (High RESolution) deterministic forecasting system.
No from the ENS (ensemble).
@csabatatar now I get it..makes good meteorological sense... thanks! best /R Mike