Here at the germany authority BSH (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie) you will find all the stations for which one can obtain tide Tables for the german north-sea-coast:
The level of the water depends not only on the tides but also on the wind. So here also at BSH you can look for a prognosis of the water level with the parameters of tide and Wind. And this prognosis is for 24 hours, for 0-3 days and for 3-6 days. In this example for Schulau on the river Elbe, where a huge marina is located.
Dear All, Dear @Marienka
may I ask the algorithm behind this new overlay? I'd like to use the same algorithm to calculate the type of precipitation in my country. I'm running WRF model for my research activities at the Iskenderun Technical University. Thank you very much for your response in advance.
Happy new year to all.
@kekert, +1 from another paraglider pilot for suggestions of @krchnavy. Thermals/Lift is the crucial information for all soaring pilots. This info also could be shown on maps like for example in www.xcskies.com. If you could implement this kind of functionality in the Windy, hands down, it would be the best meteo website.
@weatherfan we are not showing minor severity alerts by default. we had an issue with wrong expiration of US warnings, but that should be fixed now. could you please provide exact example at the time when you see some discrepancy? The layer is experimental, help us to improve it!
I love the pressure Isolines, but why do they need to be loaded manually (i.e. clicked on) on the Radar page using the ",i:pressure" URL parameter???
should show them....
Pourquoi devrait-on parler français sur ce topic qui est en anglais ?? En plus Windy n’est pas un site français.
Si tu veux débattre en français, il faut le faire dans « Non English posts », d’accord ?
Are you still looking for a tzwhere replacement? I would like to build one in Rust binding to node using neon for maximum performance.
I can use data from node-geo-tz as it seems to be regularly updated.