The newly released version of LuckGrib has support for a new in-app purchase product: Offshore Data. This new weather service allows offshore sailors, and other people operating in remote environments, to access the LuckGrib data via email or a new low speed internet method.
LuckGrib macOS v3.3 and iOS v1.4 now have support for ensemble statistical information, as well as being able to show the original control member at the same time as the ensemble average. This new ability should be of interest to everyone interested in studying long range weather forecasts
LuckGrib can now be used by Offshore sailors, along with some other notable improvements.
Two more Météo-France GRIB models are being added to the collection
Several models on the server cluster are providing three new parameters. There is now dew point, along with two parameters in a new miscellaneous category: precipitable water and the 0C isotherm
The v3.1 update to the National Blend of Models (NBM) is now available.
A new version of LuckGrib is now available for both iOS and macOS
LuckGrib customers can now download data via Mailasail’s RedBox. This provides access to all the weather models LuckGrib provides, while at sea
The parameter representing sea level pressure has been changed in both GFS and the next-gen GFS. Read on for more details…