Windy launches Satellite layer
luftwarrior last edited by
The Visible Satellite layer seems to show 2 coloring of clouds. Some are blueish and seem to be the upper clouds.
The other are yellowish and seems the lowest ones.
Do you confirm? And which is the level limit between these colors?
Sagaciousam last edited by
This is very helpful. Keep getting better guy!!!
What does the legend mean? K 240 - 200? From what I know, this is probably the temperature of clouds and the legend should be completely different.
You find the answer above from @setvak
onielcaste last edited by
@ivo said in Windy launches Satellite layer:
Nice! I like that you have a 12 hour cycle. However, on another note, please make reading your LAT/LONG numbers [ie., 25N or 140E] easier to read. Perhaps bold font white and look lines.
Thanks, good work!
Capt. Thomas Doleman
alturner1983 last edited by
@ivo Nice job. Keep up the good work on Windy!
PaulV79 last edited by
Excellent layer. Very well done! Thank you!
TZ Administrator last edited by
@TalkeetnaAirTaxi Hi, it should be covered now.
neutrinoP | Premium last edited by
@ivo Good one! Please make it permanent 🙏
kylelorentz last edited by
Nice to see wind flow around Barry tropical storm:
Converging counterclockwise lower winds (yellow)
Diverging clockwise upper winds (blue)
The storm is not (yet) symmetrical
fmg last edited by
That's great! I'm confident you'll make it work for Ipad... soon.
kikanikimo last edited by
Nui Mahalo from Hawaii, Big Island (USA), as we enter Central Pacific Hurricane Season...beats the NOAA site for ease of tracking close TS and H as they threaten our island chain.
cmdrgr last edited by
Looks great, from a retired meteorologist
NguyenQuocAnh last edited by
I think you should add this instead of NOT AVALIBLE!
Gkikas LGPZ Moderator last edited by
Sounding already available (right click)