Windy launches Route Planner
bernhard17 last edited by
Great. May be sometimes you introduce nm nautical miles instead km. Implement it into Settings
Just explained above by @Gkikas-LGPZ
pressla last edited by
Absolutely incredible cool feature. I assume in future you support a velocity to move along the route and the matching weather for the future waypoints is adopted. At e also select time to enter for a waypoint.
anas 9 last edited by
great keep it up you are rocking best of luck
ZdenekPrg last edited by
For me as a pilot is relative wind better then absolute.
I appriciate also option to set speed or timeframe - to get a forecast for the route similar as Ogimet.com offer it in Gramet.
I have a problem with color scheme (very low contrast) of weather strip - pressure/FL/temps are nearly unreadable without zooming (VFR/IFR),
blahdi last edited by
this is a start of a awesome feature - waiting to try out the option of speed of movement and changing forecast in course of time, and GPX..
blahdi last edited by
For route planning interface (without weather info), checkout the caltopo.com interface. It works really well for roads, hiking trails.
It might be too much work to implement that kind of interface, but just wanted to mention it incase its easy enough.
igor 320 last edited by
Do you plan to continue update it?
@igor-320 Sure, but we are working on other huge things :-) It can take us a while...
CaptWolf last edited by
In the the Route Planner - Route Detail 38.56 -9.41 is displayed as 38.93 -9.69 please check here https://on.windy.com/32vu9
mwodziak last edited by
Is there a way to use the Boat route planner on the mobile app for iOS? I really like the fact that I can see wave height for the route on the computer version but I cannot for the life of me figure out how to get that on the mobile app.
@mwodziak Mobile version of route planner is a really big challenge. We still trying to figure out how to make it usable and meaningful on mobile devices. I am afraid we will be working on the planner next year at the earliest, but as we can see, people use it and they want to use it. Thank you for your patience.