Is it a bug ?
What is the meaning of this 9 hPa ?
The same question by csabatatar (a year ago!)
jmh2002 Moderator Mariners - Seafarers Sailor last edited by jmh2002
All I can add is that I was tracking Hurricane Regularly and I noticed that this pressure reading changed from millibars, to inHg, and then on Monday to this 9hPa.
I only saw it in relation to the Hurricane Tracker. I guess this is different source data? Is it all coming from the National Hurricane Center, for all global tropical weather systems, or?
We also see the wind speed data being shown in miles per hour. Should both the pressure and the wind speed also be converted based on the user's settings?
Eg: being a sailor my wind speed preference is set to knots and my other settings in metric, but sometimes the Hurricane Tracker was still displaying in mph?
It does seem like there might be a bug there in relation to converting the units consistently.
jmh2002 Moderator Mariners - Seafarers Sailor last edited by
Yes that's right. Now it's bumped up again for the Windy team to investigate :)
TZ Administrator last edited by
Hi @Gkikas-LGPZ, thank you for reporting! This is a bug, we will fix it soon.
kekert Global Moderator last edited by kekert
Thank you all for reporting this, it should be fixed now.
Now its OK. Thank you!