Over 20 data sources and over 50 data types....
GFS, GDPS and ICON weather models plus NWW3 and GDWPS waves,
RTOFS sea currents and temperature
CAMS Air Quality models.
North America: HRRR, NAM 12km, NAM 3km, RDPS, HRDPS, HRRR Smoke, HYSPLIT Smoke.
Europe: Arpege, Arome, Cosmo-D2, ICON EU, HIRLAM, HARMONIE.
Expedition Marine covering New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, South UK, Baleares, Carribean.
Precipitation, Snow, Radar, Cloud, Temperature, Dew Point Temperature, Pressure, Wind, Humidity, CAPE, Lifted Index.
Wave height, direction and period. Sea currents, temperature and salinity.
UV Index, PM2.5, PM10, NO2, SO2, CO, Ozone, Fire radiative power, Smoke density.
A polished UX after years of refinement.
Animate the weather with a simple swipe.
See and understand the weather from a birds-eye view for your region.
Easy to track the wind and wave
Fast downloads, fast loading and fast viewing.
The graphs are designed so you can see the weeks weather in a glance.
You can easily see sun vs rain vs cloud.
Our unique Delta-Temperature graph allows you to easily see cold and warm fronts.
You can compare multiple weather predictions, analyze the variance in forecasts, and decide on the likely outcomes.
This is not your typical weather app, but it's ridiculously useful if you're the kind of person that needs all the data. I use if for hitting weather windows when mountaineering and backcountry skiing. The newest feature that lets you compare all forecasts is fantastic. ---Kieran C.
These spaghetti lines are valuable for understanding the possible paths a storm or hurricane might take.
This is based on the GFS and GDPS models and the GEFS and CENS ensemble models. All together there can be up to 44 predicted tracks.
The sun and moon data is based on the SunCalc.net project.
Here we show sun and moon paths including the sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moonset, phase and angle.