Windy predicts extreme wind, temperature and rain
LAR-48 last edited by
Do you think we in the US, see Fahrenheit in stead of Celius please and thank you!
@LAR-48, please follow the tutorial https://www.windy.com/articles/tutorial-changing-scale-c-to-f-on-mobile-devices-7885?50.050,14.400,5,p:off
10Exahertz last edited by
Love it, this app gets better and better!
Luminita last edited by
Thank you dear Windy for your amazing work! I'm working in the renewable energy field and your site it's very useful for me.
opsbudda last edited by
Great Job Windy.Love this App
WillieUys last edited by
Thank you for making looking at the weather such an interesting time. Your continued development is to be applauded.
stephanclaes last edited by stephanclaes
Great update. I work on Disaster Risk Reduction in Africa, and have your app on my phone for surfing purposes. Before official weather sources were even talking about a potential cyclone, me & my colleagues were using Windy and already tracking and preparing for Cyclone Idai, which indeed turned out to be devestating. Your app actually allowed us to prepare better for our disaster response, so keep up the good work!
Great update. I work on Disaster Risk Reduction in Africa, and have your app on my phone for surfing purposes. Before official weather sources were even talking about a potential cyclone, me & my colleagues were already tracking and preparing for Cyclone Idai through your app, which indeed turned out to be devastating. Keep up the good work, great app!
Nice practical example of Windy in action :)
AbiAbi last edited by
Please - lets repeat all together > THANKS Windy.com TEAM!!! This IS the all time best weather site on the planet. Wow!
And, the Planet thanks you too for alerting humans to it's plight.
Now, if we'd only listen to Mother Earth...
@MTSAVKAL I notice the same thing too, here in the Philippines. One local weather site even went on to comment that they use mostly GFS for wind forecasts (because according to him, wind readings by ECMWF is usually over-the-top). They only use ECMWF for precipitation forecasts, but even in that aspect, GFS seems to be more accurate.