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2023.06.01 03:17 Nadeshot_ Best weather app?
Hiya there fellow pilot and redditors! Hope everyone is doing well and good!!!
I am kind of having a crisis here 😳😅😂 I am not sure which weather app to use or which is the best app to predict weather while planning flights, (PS. I do use aviation weather.gov, leidos flight service) but I am just looking for the perfect free app that gives me satellite and radar view.
Currently I use:- 1.Ventusky 2. My Radar, 3. Windy (kinda hard to interpret as it's to cluttered, imo) 4. StationWX (recently discovered but not much usability if you don't get the premium version) 5. I also use Garmin Pilot app for flying and I use the weather data supplemented to it via wifi/mobile network or by fis-b
So could you guys please suggest me some good weather apps!?
Ps. I'm a pvt. Pilot and Omw to IR checkride
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2023.05.26 06:31 agtjennys Type of 'light' jacket to bring, Volcano National Park and Tantalus Lookout???
Having trouble deciphering what is meant by light jacket... because the Nutridge experience luau recommends bringing a light jacket, so does our tour for the Volcano national park in Big Island and mountain thunder in Kona also looks kind of chilly. From looking at Ventusky. Estimates around 60 deg (for VNP)... that's a bit chilly where I am in NYC... does it feel the same in tropical climates? Thinking of packing a Atom LT but my mom wants to pack a light down jacket... or is something as simple as a zip-up hoody/sweatshirt jacket enough?
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2023.05.15 17:15 Lorenzo3344 Ventusky weird thing
I have become obsessed with the Ventusky app because of the historical data. But I prefer the website because of this fact. No historical data on the app. They have historical data going all the way back to 1979. Today there is a notification demanding you download the app that you can't turn off, clugging up their already crowded viewing space. It flashes from red to black. Im anxious they are going to take down their website version, hence the historical data will disappear as it did with the Windy site. I hate clugging up my already crowded device with apps. Anybody know or heard anything?
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2023.05.12 01:28 ALECtric094 Current layout
2023.05.10 03:47 Netcentrica Wildfire Smoke, Air Quality and Heat Risk info
Wildfire Smoke and Air Quality
Well unfortunately we have a new regular season we didn’t have when I was a kid growing up in Victoria sixty-odd years ago – the wildfire smoke and heat wave season - which may start any day now because most of the fire smoke in Victoria comes from elsewhere. For example you can see via the link below how the smoke from the current Alberta wildfires reaches all the way to the United States east coast. https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/this-map-shows-just-how-far-alberta-wildfire-smoke-has-reached-1.6390695
Please note that I am not a professional nor an academic but just a geek interested in weather and climate. Also I do not know if/how any of these sites work on phones.
There may be no smoke now but you might want to bookmark this page for that later date when you see the horizon turn yellow or think you smell smoke.
The main issue for us in Victoria is wind direction as the fires will be in the interior, down south or up island. Normally the winds are in our favor but that is not always the case. If you’re new here you may not know that smoke from elsewhere can get so bad here as to make normal functioning difficult and be a real health risk to vulnerable people.
Below are some handy ways of seeing wildfire smoke related information. Note that some of these sites will flash their images at first but that will stop after a few seconds once all the images are loaded.
We'll start simple with the official Environment Canada current Air Quality Index and forecast for Victoria. https://weather.gc.ca/airquality/pages/bcaq-010_e.html If you're looking for AQ related health information
go to any of these sites... http://www.bccdc.ca/health-info/prevention-public-health/wildfire-smoke https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/air-quality-health-index/health-risks.html https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2021PSSG0045-001320
CBC has a good page with all kinds of related info here https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/wildfire-fire-news-evacuation-orders-alerts-air-quality-maps-1.6836501
Also you can go to the link below and see the winds that are driving the smoke. You can also view air quality on this map and tons of other related stuff. https://www.ventusky.com/?p=47.5;-117.0;4&l=wind-700hpa&t=20210802/0300
Real time AQ can also be found here. I like the historical and forecast info this site provides. https://aqicn.org/city/british-comlumbia/victoria-topaz/
For BC travelers you will find AQ values for other locations in BC here. https://www.env.gov.bc.ca/epd/bcairquality/data/aqhi-table.html
If you want to see AQ worldwide this map is interesting. Hold the Ctrl key to zoom. https://aqicn.org/map/world/
You can also see worldwide and local AQ info on this site with a globe you can rotate and zoom https://earth.nullschool.net/#current/particulates/isobaric/850hPa/overlay=pm2.5/orthographic=254.69,43.54,779
Click on the word EARTH in the lower left for options.
Given the regularity of the problem now a great many smoke/fire sites have been created. Here are a few others… https://firesmoke.ca/forecasts/current/ https://fire.airnow.gov/ https://cwfis.cfs.nrcan.gc.ca/interactive-map
(click the “Overlays” link)
The following link will show you smoke forecast
maps. In the "Vertically Integrated Smoke" row click on the "Loop" check-mark in that row to see an animation. https://rapidrefresh.noaa.gov/RAPsmoke/ Heat Risk On June 28, 2021 the temperature reading at Victoria’s Gonzales Point hit 39.8 degrees.
There were sixteen heat-related deaths in Victoria over the course of that particular heat wave. So yes, it can happen here.
I’ll be seventy this year and I’ve lived in Victoria for about sixty of those years. I’ve seen the climate here steadily warming. The weather forecasters are already warning 2023 could be a particularly warm summer. https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/climate-experts-el-nino-bc
Here is a BC Gov website with all kinds of good info about what to do before and during a heat wave... https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/safety/emergency-management/preparedbc/know-your-hazards/severe-weatheextreme-heat
...and the related BC Centre for Disease Control site http://www.bccdc.ca/health-professionals/professional-resources/heat-event-response-planning
However as shown in the film series linked below the main danger is that as you get hotter you become increasingly confused and make worse and worse decisions. All the things that could go wrong are detailed in this series. The series is intended as educational material, not entertainment
, something I know because I have corresponded with the producers. I am a strong supporter of this approach because I believe people learn and remember best from stories.
This series shows what happens to people during a fictional heat wave in Amsterdam. It will help you understand what you and your neighbors might go through in a worst case scenario. Infants, pregnant women, pets, the elderly. It is in Dutch with subtitles and each of the the twelve episodes is less than ten minutes long. Some swearing and suggestive scenes. It's Amsterdam after all. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8EnNTcRuS2h_3Xk9QHMxnLu1ZY8OzWQ1 NOTE
Although my intention with this post was simply to provide information to those with possible concerns over wildfire smoke or heat events in Victoria it is not surprising that the discussion has spilled over into opinions regarding the wider issue of climate change. If you are concerned about the impacts of climate change in our region the “Future Impacts” section of this BC Government webpage will be of interest. https://alpha.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/environment/climate-change/adaptation
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2023.05.07 19:34 trueworldnews Todos los meses desde el comienzo del año están por debajo del promedio en términos de precipitación (Ventusky.com) [/u/LuborS]
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2023.05.07 15:23 LuborS Todos los meses desde el comienzo del año están por debajo del promedio en términos de precipitación (Ventusky.com)
2023.04.28 11:46 Shevek99 Temperature in Córdoba (southern Spain) reached 38.7 °C today (at the same time, it was only around 10 °C in Central Europe). Such a high temperature was never recorded in April during the measurement period in Europe.
2023.04.27 22:44 RevolutionaryShip529 Temperature in Córdoba (southern Spain) reached 38.7 °C today (at the same time, it was only around 10 °C in Central Europe). Such a high temperature was never recorded in April during the measurement period in Europe.
2023.04.26 23:49 LuborS Copertura nevosa nelle Alpi - 2023 x 2022
2023.04.22 15:52 King_of_the_Crabs Forecasted weather in Europe by 2m Temperature Anomaly (Ventusky.com)
2023.04.22 12:34 trueworldnews Próxima semana: Temperaturas por debajo de la media en todas partes, solo en España una ola de calor (Ventusky.com) [/u/LuborS]
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2023.04.22 09:11 LuborS Próxima semana: Temperaturas por debajo de la media en todas partes, solo en España una ola de calor (Ventusky.com)
2023.04.17 11:10 sagiroth MeMoney Free content @Nymn
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2023.04.03 17:52 the_azteca MEGATHREAD - Essencial para a arquitetura
Resolvi montar essa thread com o intuito de reunir tudo de essencial
para o curso e para vida profissional
de arquitetura, indo desde representação visual, sites que servem de grande auxílio e sites para download, referência etc.
Pois então, segue a lista: ESTUDO PRELIMINAR:
- OpenStreetMap (grátis): Possibilita baixar mapas em alta qualidade (SVG, JPG e PNG).
- Styling Wizard ("grátis"): Possibilita editar e customizar mapas em alta qualidade (não permite download).
- Mapbox (pago): Possibilita baixar e customizar mapas em alta qualidade.
- CADMAPPER (grátis): Te permite baixar mapas em vetor, CAD e em 3D.
- Urban Observatory (grátis): Te permite comparar mapas e diagramas urbanos de grandes metrópoles.
- GeoPortal (grátis): Permite acesso a todas as informações dos terrenos de Brasília e entorno.
- Ventusky (grátis): O site é ideal para o estudo das condições climáticas e direções dos ventos.
CANAIS NO YOUTUBE:
- Archdaily: Ótimo para pegar inspirações para projetos.
- Unsplash: Imagens profissionais de forma gratuita.
- Pexels: Imagens profissionais de forma gratuita (e pagas tbm).
- Flickr: Imagens profissionais de forma gratuita.
- Adobe Color: Aqui você consegue inspirações de paleta de cores, assim como extrair a paleta de cores de certas imagens
- Upstairs: Tutoriais de diagramação de prancha, comunicação visual e ilustração para arquitetura.
- Show It Better: Tutoriais de diagramação de prancha, comunicação visual e ilustração para arquitetura.
- Arqui9: Tutoriais para pós produção de imagens.
- Archi Hacks: Tutoriais em geral.
- Surviving Architecture: Tutorias e dicas para representação arquitetônica no geral.
- Balkan Architect: Pra quem quer aprender modelagem avançada no Revit.
Vou reunir agora uma lista de programas essenciais para representação ou pós produção arquitetônica. Também vai ficar listado o link para download na Steam Verde
link do Utorrent
, baixe a versão Classic.
nota: mesmo sendo sites de confiança, sempre tenha um bom antivírus instalado no computador. E NÃO BAIXE programas de uso pouco comum, exemplo: Rhinoceros.
nota²: cuidado ao baixar programas lançados recentemente nessas plataformas.
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2023.04.02 21:16 inspektor_eel What are your favorite tools for weather forecasting, weather observations, archives for weather data, etc.?
I'll start! https://weather.cod.edu
- This website has SO much information right at your fingertips. Single-radar data? Got it! Mosaic national radar? Got it! Satellite data as well to accompany the radar data?? Come on now, was that supposed to be a gotcha? Surface maps, upper air maps and soundings, mesoanalysis and isentropic maps? Duh. Text products from every NWS office? Yup. SPC and WPC products? Why wouldn't they? And on top of that? Data from the HRRR, Hi-Res NAM, NAM, RAP, RDPS and GDPS, ECMWF, GFS, and CFS, along with SREF and GEFS ensembles. This site has just about everything you need, plus a little more. Very helpful, very easy to navigate, cannot recommend this site enough. https://www.weathernerds.org/home.html
- To add onto some of the tools in COD, this gives you the ability to see soundings and cross-sections of models, as well as it adds the ability to do custom zooms on the models that COD has, plus more! With the addition of ICON, FV3, and WRF-ARW, this website provides some more hi-res models for your forecasting pleasure. This website also provides very helpful guidance for tropical systems. Slightly finicky, but the data they have is worth the extra time having to navigate. https://www.ventusky.com
- Did you know the NBM actually has a graphical forecast? Well if you didn't, now you do! This website has access to such data to be able to let you view NBM data as well as other models previously mentioned in a custom zoom method on a visually-appealing interface. Very similarly built to windy.com
, however I enjoy this interface a lot more. 1D NBM Viewer
- This is an NBM model viewer that lets you access the data produced by the NBM in a very unique way. I can't even wrap my head around how much data this website allows you to access, but it provides amazing guidance in winter weather, severe weather, typical weather forecasting, and SO much more. You can also use the compare tool to see what the chances are that the temperature will get above or stay below a certain value, as well as precip accumulations, winds, gusts, and dew points. I cannot compliment this tool enough. https://nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/blend/prod/
- Bulk files for NBM outputs. If you can't tell, I sorta like the NBM. It's essentially the mother of all ensembles, and here you can access ANY run (0z, 1z, 2z, 3z...22z, 23z) of any of the text outputs generated by the NBM. If you need to access the latest information about forecasts, I like to check this place out. Never hurts! https://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu
- Closely competing for the best tool, I would recommend the Iowa Environmental Mesonet website without a doubt. I can't even explain how much useful information is packed into this small site. I spent 3 days just trying to navigate and find all the tools, and I don't even think I found all of them. MOS archives, bulk data downloads, and so so so much more. https://open-meteo.com
- Very similar sites here. If you have access to a Python console, this tool will save you SO
much time navigating point forecast information, archives of weather data, certain model outputs for a certain location, and so much more. Weather data should be free since it can be life-saving, and these two sites do a great job of starting to break down the paywall of historical weather data.
I'm sure I missed a few quintessential ones, but I tried to go for ones I found over the past year to try and hopefully introduce some people to some new tools. That's the whole point of this post! New tools are being created daily, and they shouldn't be hidden away in exchange for the ones that can afford to publicize themselves better.
Have ones that you'd like to share? Go right ahead!
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2023.03.15 22:49 105700 Best weather app?
What’s the best weather app? I like UAV forecast and Ventusky, I’m still new to this any others out there to try or stay away from? Thanks.
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2023.03.08 15:18 the_riddler90 Macgregor venture 17
Was wondering if anybody could give me a little feedback. Looking to go island hopping off Maine coast. Was wondering if the 17 is adequate? Wouldn’t be leaving sight of the coast for the first few adventures anyway. Also where do you guys get your weather information? I use ventusky and windy. Anything on hard limits (mph)? Thanks in advance for your time.
Displacement 900lbs LOA 17.33’ LWL 15’ Swing keel
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2023.03.04 19:17 Odd_Assignment_74188 NZ Hauraki sunrise 4 min after sunrise via webcam.