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  1. Lol, no not dodgy at all, just an animation of the radar uploaded to vimeo - the video player etc contains no ads etc at all.
  2. You can navigate to it, the same as any other website on your mobile
  3. We upgraded the precip type detection last Spring, and part of that really improved the detection of hail
  4. UKV 15z run showing there's plenty more rain to come across England, Wales and western Scotland tonight and into tomorrow. Rain totals from1500 this pm to tomorrow at 1500 (so some of this rain has already fallen, but still lots to fall which hasn't yet).
  5. Gravity waves, potentially Gravity waves influence weather and climate -- ScienceDaily WWW.SCIENCEDAILY.COM Gravity waves form in the atmosphere as a result of destabilizing processes. The effects of gravity waves can only be taken into consideration by including additional... Undular Bores (Atmospheric Gravity Waves) – iWeatherNet WWW.IWEATHERNET.COM Gravity waves (Undular Bores) often show up well in radar & satellite imagery. They can trigger showers & thunderstorms, or even interact with supercells.
  6. It's a complete re-write Max, so a new design, new functionality etc.
  7. Thanks @StormAfterTheCalm - we'll have a look at what may be the issue there. Please can you let me know your screen resolution on the devices you're having the problem with. If you're unsure of them, you can check here: What is my Screen Resolution: Find Screen resolution of any device WHATISMYSCREENRESOLUTION.NET What is my screen resolution - Online tool to check / find screen resolution of your Monitor, Mobile, iPhone, iPad, Android Device in pixels
  8. This should be fixed now
  9. The text overlay issue should be sorted now, hopefully. Thanks for the other bug report @Mapantz - we'll hopefully get that sorted shortly too.
  10. Thanks Matt, we'll have a look at that in the morning.
  11. The latest version of the v8 radar is now online - it's had a big update to the design, and has a pretty much brand new backend too https://www.netweather.tv/secure/cgi-bin/premium.pl?action=radarv8;sess= As ever, if you spot any issues or have any feedback at all, please shout.
  12. Yes, potentially. The ensemble means point to more of north - south or maybe northwest - southeast split at the moment, so 'dry and settled' would be more limited to those further south/southeast. There seems to be little to no support in the GEFS to suggest high pressure making it any further north than the British Isles right through to the end of the runs. So right now, I think the likeliest outcome is high pressure over Europe and perhaps also the southern half of the UK, with the slightly less likely outcome an extension of the unsettled weather for all or all but the very far south. One or two members take the ridge a bit further north, but that seems unlikely right now.
  13. Of course it's not banned, but if you're going to say a run is 'dry and settled' when in actual fact it's nowhere even close to that for at least 7 days, then you shouldn't really be surprised when someone mentions that.
  14. Just seems odd to characterise a run based on the part of it which is furthest away, least certain etc etc.
  15. Dry, settled run?! Its anything but dry and settled until at least 168 hours on all of the main models this morning.
  16. Jo has ventured out to see the snow in her neck of the woods. Nice to see winter has arrived for some at least today
  17. Bet it's not just the dog, bet you've got your sledge and snowman making kit all ready by the door too
  18. Jo's update from this morning: Storm Ciara: Wild weather this weekend and for the start of next week. Gales, Rain, Snow and flooding WWW.NETWEATHER.TV Amber warning now issued. The Storm Ciara event runs from Saturday pm, through Sunday into Monday and Tuesday. Mostly about the winds but rain and coastal flood risk too.
  19. People are free to discuss whatever model related stuff interests them in here, but if you're wanting to specifically discuss this weekend, there's a dedicated thread here:
  20. Hi Mark, it's been designed and spec'd out, and isn't too far down the todo list now, so should be within weeks rather than months.
  21. Interesting blog from Nick: Rumours Of A Sudden Stratospheric Warming & Model Mayhem For Next Week - Blog by Nick Finnis WWW.NETWEATHER.TV Nick's latest blog looks at the rumours floating around of a major SSW in February. Also, before then, the models are in disagreement for next week over a potential cold northerly.
  22. The snow is mostly in the north and mostly over the hills. There could be some wintriness in those areas, especially over the Cotswolds/Chilterns etc. You can check a local forecast here: 7 Day Local Weather Forecast | Netweather WWW.NETWEATHER.TV Local hour-by-hour weather forecast for your city, town or postcode over the next 7 days. Also includes pollen count and UV index. Updated four times a day to keep you upto date.
  23. I know it's not the typical thing to be posted in here, but I came across this while I was switching my energy to this company, and there's actually some really good, thought provoking pics in there (in my opinion at least). So I thought I would share. https://octopus.energy/climate-art/
  24. Are you clearing cookies regularly (maybe you have a program or app which does that)? Otherwise, it's set to store your selection for a much longer period than that, and from what I've seen in normal use doesn't ask any near as frequently.
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