I just noticed that the forecast timeline now shows "0AM" instead of 12AM like it used to say. This is persistent in all models and views. I don't think a screenshot is really necessary, but I can post one if needed.
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Forecast Timeline now says "0AM" instead of 12AM on all models and views
RE: Issue with new automatic timeline scrolling on Android app
I just noticed another issue related to the automatic timeline scrolling feature. It seems that the ECMWF forecast stops automatically selecting the time as I scroll once I reach 48 hours. As seen in the following screenshot.
Issue with new automatic timeline scrolling on Android app
I have noticed that the new automatic scrolling feature on the Android app is not allowing me to return to the current hour without closing the the forecast menu and reopening it. Instead, it only shows the following hour forecast for the GFS and ECMWF models when I try to scroll back to the current hour. The NAM model actually only shows the forecast for two hours ahead of the current forecast time period. I have attached multiple screenshots to show the differences in the models displays.
Here is the NAM model before scrolling;
Here is the NAM model after scrolling and trying to scroll back:
Here are the GFS and ECMWF models before and after scrolling:
NAM model errors
I have noticed two errors with the NAM model. The first is super simple to fix and that's changing the label from "NAM 3km" to "NAM 5km". The second error is that the line marking where the NAM forecast ends and where the GFS forecast begins is not correct. I consistently appears between 6 AM and 9 AM when it should really be appearing between 12 PM and 3 PM since it is a 48 hour forecast model, not a 42 hour model. In fact, the data shown for these hours is actually from the NAM forecast up until 3 PM, then you can see the GFS model data is shown from 3 PM and beyond. The error is simply where the line is being drawn to mark where one forecast ends and the other begins.
Bug with Forecast Timeline
I noticed that when I mouse over the forecast timeline, the time that appears in red above the cursor does not match the actual time being moused over. It seems to be consistently off by +2 hours. However, when clicked, the correct time appears above the timeline in white. This can be seen in the screenshots below.
Issues with NAM Weather Forecast Model
I have noticed that the NAM weather forecast model seems to accurately display on the map overlays while showing incorrect information on the forecast section. As you can see in the attached screenshots, the speed and direction of the wind and gusts, the cloud cover, and the temperature shown on the forecast do not match up with what is shown on the corresponding map overlays. The overlays seem to be quite accurate, but the displayed forecast data at the bottom of the screen is wildly incorrect.