The unpredictability and aberrations in the weather conditions lead to the unavailability of accurate weather data. So, you might come across a situation where the local weather reports forecast a snow-storm pounding your neighborhood whereas […]
Weather data may be classified into a couple of main categories; i.e., diagnostic and prognostic. In simpler terms, we can refer to it as historical, current and forecast data. Meteorologists make use of all these […]
Imagine visiting the destination of your dreams after months and weeks of meticulous planning and rigorous strategizing. You’ve got your visas sanctioned; airline tickets reserved; your inland transportation, logistics and accommodation worked out; your budgets […]
The last episode of this series on the weather maps feature in WeatherMate has finally approached. Our previous parts of this series have focused on simplifying the various map layers and overlays for our users in order to enhance their experience of WeatherMate and help them in extracting maximum information from this feature.
The third installment of the series of tutorials on the weather maps feature of WeatherMate is here and will be discussing more map layers. Part I and Part II of this series have already focused on a number of weather map layers. We aim to dissect and analyze the various segments and layers of these maps to simplify them for the common user in order to render his/her experience of the app as much rewarding as possible.
Weather maps display disparate meteorological features to give the reader sufficient information about the past, prevalent or forth-coming weather conditions. But the apparent complexities in weather maps in most weather apps are generally a huge turn-off for the users. These maps, however, contain a wealth of information and if one achieves the requisite level of comprehension, can certainly become a great knowledge resource for weather buffs.