I fully agree. I don't understand any of this. It should be straightforward but it is not.
I am sending my data to Wunderground. That was easy.
Posts made by willottevanger
RE: Would you like to report your weather station data to Windy? (depreciated)
Yes I would like that. I have three or four weather stations.
A Davis VantagePro2, most reliable for sunshine and temperature (it is aspirated). Situated in Ao Nang, province Krabi, Thailand on a rooftop.
At the same place but in the garden I have a Ventus W380. Its minimum temperature is more reliable because of its location, 1,5 m above grass. Sunshine is less reliable because of the shadow of some trees. Rainfall is much better than the Davis Vantage.
I also have a VentusW380 in Na Tin Spicy Garden, 5 km from here. It is OK.
The last one is located in Nong Thale at 7 km distance, but there the distance to the router is too large so it reports irregularly.
I send the data to Wunderground.
The Davis data are sent by Meteobridge Pro, not only to Wunderground but also to my private FTP server. This can easily be redirected to Windy. I don't know how to send the Ventus data to you. The data sending was done by using the app WS View and that app only accesses Wunderground as far as I know.
Cloud base wrong?
The ECMWF meteogram feature shows "cloud base". For my location it often shows values above 30k feet, while the expected base of the cumulus clouds (according to "clouds" shown lower in the same meteogram) is 2k to 4k feet.
Can this be explained or improved?![0_1491987518642_ecmwf-aonang.jpg](Uploading 100%) ![0_1491987544303_ecmwf-aonang.jpg](Uploading 100%)
Discrepancy selected station forecast and rain map
The 3 h rainfall shown for selected stations is not in agreement with the values in the map. This happens when using GFS. See the screenshot.