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yea cool gives different elevations too. Just saved 75 bucks on not buying a Kestral wind meter.
Great tip! Looks very promising.
I was using PredictWind up until a while ago when they started really limiting the free features and pushing the paid version. It became all but unusable for my purposes and I had no intention of paying.
I use it sailing, and also use WINDY: NOAA wind forecast app, as well as wind station data this is for Lake Murray. SC were I often paddle and sail…
In the same family is this site: https://earth.nullschool.net
If you click around you can change the map projection, map data, atmosphere level, and even the date. I use it for teaching purposes.