Windy launches Satellite layer
AvroBarry last edited by
Been with you as a supporter for a long time. Pleased with the ever growing weather platform and the add on's. Who are you all and that Queen "B" ? mysterious woman in the middle. I enjoy promoting you all here in Canada. Thanks, blessings and you look like a great happy group on this celebratory day.
donpayne last edited by
Love the site and recommend to many.
I love it! But when I zoom or navigate it crashes my Macbook Pro 2015 completely. Not even just the browser, but the whole machine. Tested both on FF and Chrome. (And, yes, I still love it.)
rkaighn last edited by
I wanted to let your team know that your windy site has now become my defacto site for weather. I am a closet weather man and used to go to the NOAA, weather channel (not very often!!!!), different satellite, channels, etc. Now, Windy is the only place. Nicely done. The satellite layer....WOW. Again, the little twists you place on the page draws you further into it. Not so good for my marriage, but....you can't have it all.. LOL.
choucy01 last edited by
I liked the satellite visible/infra layer. I used it to see how the typhoon Kammuri to hit Philippines. It is helpful for travel schedule. Everyone can have a professional weather station in his computer and smartphone.
yukonflyer last edited by
Looks Awesome! very handy for me in the Maldives where the local reporting is poor
Hirther last edited by
Really useful for aviators....nice.
martinquesnel last edited by
great work... very useful for areas that don't have updated weather satelite coverage
MDason last edited by
denledphilips last edited by
Looks great :) amayzing
đại lý đèn led âm trần philips chính hãng;
ctkona last edited by
You've done great works.
The function is almost same as commercial weather service, that my company use it.
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tcuser last edited by
Great addition to the site/app! Are there any plans to add scatterometry wind vectors at some point? That, add adding the ability to change lat/lon setting to decimal degrees are top of my wish list.
Coordinates in decimal degrees are available:
isoroku last edited by
Journeyman, agradezco su información desde la Costa Atlantica de Mar del Plata y su zona. Congratulaciones.
Alsoft last edited by
Many thanks to Ivo and the windy team
cloud-maven1 last edited by
Infra: can u add more than two temperature limits, >-33° etc?
@cloud-maven1 Hi, unfortunately it is not possible now. I admit, that it is not always suitable to have one global limit.
Gkikas LGPZ last edited by
I agree with you, if we are talking about "color" limit.
But, why is there a limit in the temperature number shown at the picker?
It would be very convinient to have temp. readings for cloud tops at lower levels.
@Gkikas-LGPZ Hi, thank you for your feedback, we will discuss it. I do not know if there is a general approach/formula for recalculating IR intensity to cloud temperature.