Weathercloud is a great way to share your weather data with family, friends and other weather buffs. On this Blog post we’re unveiling all the URL parameters you can use to control how your station is displayed to others, including the language, units of measure and many more.
Today we’re excited to introduce Weathercloud Beta 7! This release comes with an all-new weather map based on OpenStreetMap instead of Google Maps. Our team has rebuilt everything from scratch to bring many significant improvements in design, usability and speed over the previous versions. The new map is also fully responsive for all screen sizes, so it doesn’t matter whether you are accessing Weathercloud from a computer, tablet or smartphone. The user experience is practically the same across devices. Keep reading to learn more!
Today we are happy to announce the release of Weathercloud Beta 6.9! In this new version we’re introducing quite a few upgrades aimed at further improving user-friendliness throughout the site, in addition to a number of bug fixes. Continue reading to find out more about all the improvements included in this release.
We talk about wind rose diagrams and give you an insight of how they’re used in the wind energy industry in order to determine the most suitable location for wind farms. We also give you a sneak peak of the new and greatly improved wind rose diagrams that we’re working on for the upcoming version of Weathercloud, so make sure to give the post a read to have a grasp of what’s just around the corner.