Various weather variables are displayed by meteoblue in different forms like meteograms or pictograms. They all are indicators that will help you to understand the weather. The main variables describing the weather are listed below. You can click on them or on the menu on the side to have more details.
- Scales and classifications.
- Measures, presentation.
- Formula and description, dew point
- Rain, snow, ice and hail.
- Cover, forms and interpretation.
- Classification, interpretation.
- Air motion
- Vorticity, Helicity, convective updraft, k-index, CAPE and others
- Sea surface
- Swell and wind waves, sea temperature
- Types, units, sunshine hours, UV-index
- How reliable can the weather forecast be.
- Air quality
- Air quality, ozone, desert dust concentration.
- Soil and surface
- Moisture and evapotranspiration
- Clear air turbulence, in-flight icing, soaring index
meteoblue displays mostly weather simulations. These may be forecasts, current (nowcasts), or historical, and are displayed in the same way as meteorological measurements for them to be comparable. meteoblue uses (mostly) metric measurements. Conversions to other systems are available on request.