Windy launches Satellite layer
XtraNo last edited by
Just great! And works flawlessly too.
Helen313 last edited by
Love it - a really great addition - Can't wait for it to be included in iOS, too!
MDason last edited by
@Gkikas-LGPZ Having sounding plot is great but would be better if it was plotted as Skew-T or T-Phi
MsFrizzle726 last edited by
Site keeps getting better and better.
meteoalfonso last edited by meteoalfonso
Thanks for the new feature! What do you think to add watter vapour? Watter vapour is usefull to view what its going on our atmosfere in realtime. Its powerfull for stormchasers to do predictions in very short time.
alejandropooli last edited by
Congratulations for this new great product. You should add a product for Low Clouds or FOG. Like the "GeoColor" RGB of http://rammb-slider.cira.colostate.edu/
With your satellite enhancements, is your team accessing these from Eumetsat?
If so, at some stage down the track, would you consider including the "Ash - volcanic activity" and "Fog/Low cloud" enhancements the present satellite options?
gpobernardo last edited by
Nice addition! Now with worldwide radar, lightning strikes, and then satellite imagery, Windy is probably the most complete weather information provider available worldwide! Keep them coming!
Now that I recall, for iOS, it would be nice to have the option to also display (in a separate widget) any of the current weather map layers from the Windy app. Would love to see the latest radar image in a widget, or even IR+!
NQ0A last edited by
You guys at Windy are top notch, this program just keeps getting better all the time. As a long time Skywarn weather watcher this is my goto weather web site. Thanks for all the hard work and the best site on the net period!
Mark in Moab Utah...
jmds last edited by
Excellent idea.Please let me know when it is available.
Oreca last edited by
Very nice and useful add on.
DAVEMatthews last edited by
EXCELLENT works well on Mac Book Pro. Keep up the great work. Thanks, Dave Matthews, PhD
mgeigert last edited by
I am impressed that you actually installed your own dish. I am very interested in smoke plumes but your current visible image does not display it like the web site that I currently use.
Any chance of adding this type of visible display?
Michael from CT DEEP
bdiddydog1 last edited by
Love it! I'm a weather nerd and honestly, you guys have the best app out there.
What do the brownish tones stand for? Dry air? There is a lot of smoke coming from the Canadien Wild Fires.
HomoTelepathicus last edited by
Huge thanks to the Windy Team for such a totally awesome site. Do not stop what you are doing. Youre doing it right. Cant wait to see the satellite layer. Been using this site for over 2 years now. Wouldn't use anything else.
Ivanovskiy last edited by
The nephogram is good, but I need more borders, such as province, counties...
Gkikas LGPZ last edited by
Have you tried to zoom-in?
Gkikas LGPZ last edited by
@bdiddydog1 Hi! I hope we both are talking about satellite layer :-) The yellow colour is for low clouds/fog while white/blue colours are for high clouds. It is handy to distinguish between these two layers. You can often see how these layers move separately at different speed and in different direction. Also you can observe evolution of the storms (from cumulus to cumulonimbus)
I understood this difference in color based on clouds altitude, but could we know at which altitude the color changes?