Yes by having a visualisation of temperature gradients mixed with moisture at each altitude. I don't think such visualisation is impossible to achieve/automate
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Easy one: visibility showing in Meteogram
I use the Meteogram for my VFR flying predictions. It has everything I need (wind strength and direction, cloud layers, temperature, dew point, cloud base) but it is still missing an essential component: a strip below the cloud base showing the visibility with the same colour coding as the cloud base. The "worst of" the two should normally make up for the flying rule category (VFR, MVFR, IFR, LIFR)
Hi. I am a pilot and I really love your work. This is the best weather app out there.
I wish however there would be a way to combine Skyvector type flight plans with your app so you can see your forecast enroute weather (like cloud ceiling/top, precipitation’s, wind, icing). If you guys can build that, anyone like me would even be ready to pay for this (we already pay for so much crap). But be kind, if there is a free option for early subscribers, that would also be much appreciated
Hello, I am using Windy a lot for my flying and loving it. One addition that would be useful is to have the dew point relative to the temperature (at different level) instead of absolute. Indeed, the closer the dew point is to the temp, the higher the probability of a low visibility. Just a suggestion. Thanks for the good work guys