This is just my own ideas based on how I feel... Many weather forecast algorithms have been based on past weather behavior. With Climate Change occurring, the weather is absolutely fluid - it has no rock solid base reference. As you say, the forecasts used to be spot on and now they aren't as accurate as they once were. Could that be because climate change has changed the base reference standard? It may be time for the models to 'upgrade' the way the forecast is compiled. It isn't the fault of Windy, they are an aggregate system combining many data sets for consumption all in one place.
I used to use Weather Underground but since IBM acquired them, IBM is doing what they do best - destroying a once workable site into a bollixed mess of useless information and dead links.
Windy is at least trying.
(No I'm not a paid shill, just someone looking for something that will meet my needs and so far Windy seems to be that source.)