Right now I see 4 ft 12s. Could post a screen shot from a WW3 map from another app/website.
I do not see a weather station in West Kirkby (Point 1) and there are several weather stations closer to your location (Point 2), 97km in North-East of West Kirby.
On Route planner, weather conditions are changing along the route according to the time.
The diagram shows the conditions that you will encounter during the trip, "on one screen without having to mouse along the timeline". Or do you get a bug?
The map, of course, shows the weather as forecast for each position of the boat.
At least could you show a screenshot ?
Le défilement automatique est effectivement un peu rapide.
Sur ordinateur, utiliser les flèches droite / gauche du clavier pour faire défiler à la vitesse souhaitée.
Sur un smartphone, en tenant l'appareil dans une main utiliser le pouce de cette main pour faire défiler manuellement.
A noter que cette remarque concerne l'application Windy et non pas Windy Maps qui est une appli de navigation, et dans tous les cas ce n'est pas un bug.
Where there is NO CLOUD, there is NO CLOUD BASE = grey ! It’s that simple.
On Windy, wind data and other parameter data is data from weather models, NAM, ECMWF or GFS. As far as I know the Windy team does not use a crystal ball as you guess !
Do you know that you can compare observed wind by local weather stations and forecast by weather models on Windy:
Delta T is the difference between the dry bulb temperature and the wet bulb temperature, also called wet bulb depression. It is usually measured with the psychrometer.
It gives a better idea of the water evaporation rate than the relative humidity. It can be calculated from temperature and RH, or from temperature and dew point.
As you are interested by this parameter on your farm, I don’t think that a new layer would be a good way to show it. It would be better to have it in a diagram for a location, may be in a plugin together with other local calculated parameters. By this way you could directly see which are the best days and hours for spraying on your farm.
You must do it by clicking the units on the color scale:
The Air Quality Index is provided by local air quality stations. So if this index is wrong according to you, that means that Taiwanese stations provide wrong values. Here is as example the level for NOx
Concerning the Fire intensity as explain in About these data... , it is the radiative power measured from space by satellite sensors. Burning papers does not probably provide enough radiative energy to be detected by these sensors.
So that is not issues in Taiwan from Windy app as you say.
No, that's not possible. it has been asked for a long time to replace the name of the cities with the name of the territory for small islands or countries.
Hi, find some answer to your question in this topic:
Concerning Windy Maps which is a different application from Windy, it is planned to give the possibility to display imperial units:
The one hour difference between the Meteogram and the wind arrows is known and must be fixed.
Concerning the difference with the Squid app, which weather model do you use?
Squid offers GFS data as a free version, and the ECMWF only as a paid version.
This is a radar:
And the pictures that you see on your screen are not a radar! ThIs pictures from Windy or from other apps are just a visualization of data provided by weather radars which are monitored by national weather services.
So it is absolutely normal to see the same issue on 2 apps because the data provides from the same radar network.
In the quick menu, right side of your screen, select More layers...Then scroll down and tick Geopotential heights which the heigh at a given pressure. When selected together with Wind at 250 or 300hPa, you get the picture of Jet stream as predicted by the model along the isohypses.