Good deal. Glad to hear it. Thanks for the explanation. One more question, and I think I’ve got Windy sorted out...
It appears as though the above is also true of the colorized map view of wind speeds, with two exceptions:
- “Surface” is actually a map of surface wind speeds (and not wind speeds at MSL)
- “100 m / 330 ft” is a map of wind speeds 100 m above surface (AGL).
After those two, the local wind speeds are mapped based on the ‘fictional’ predicted speeds based on the models up to the hPa corresponding to the altitude at that location. That is to say, for Aspen, after “surface” and “100 m,” the locally displayed wind speed color shouldn’t change very much until 700 hPa (allowing for some variance within model).
Is that the gist of the map, as well?
If so, I’ll just go ahead now and say “thanks again for the help!” :)