It not only keeps you updated with the current weather conditions but also forecasts weather for the next 7 days and also keeps a weather history of past four days, making it easier for weather trackers to maintain a weather journal. Following is a brief account of how Seasonality Go works and what weather capabilities it offers:
Within the US, Alaska, Hawaii and Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, a 5km, 6km, 2.5km, 1.25km grid is used respectively to forecast the weather from the National Weather Service.
Whereas, in regions other than those mentioned above, a 25km grid is used by a 0.25-degree GFS model output to forecast data.
Seasonality Go does not only keep you up to date with the current conditions and forecasts live weather, but by using this app you can also track many advanced parameters such as wind velocity, the probability of precipitation, cloud cover, pressure, snowfall, wave height, etc.
Every three hours, most of the data such as temperature, humidity, wind velocity, precipitation, cloud cover and rain probability are done through National Weather Service in the United States. While countries out of US, data is updated from a 0.25-degree GFS model output, every 3 hours.
Seasonality Go also gives you plethora of astronomical data for example sunrise and sunset timings and the phases of the moon, etc. This facility is available in the United States as well as other countries. The data is locally computed.
- Graphs:There are graphs for 10 weather parameters which include:
- Wind velocity
- cloud cover
- Probability of precipitation
- Liquid Precipitation
- Wave height
Most of the graphs for different parameters are plotted every 6 hours out to 72 or 120 hours. These graphs can zoomed in or out for visibility purposes.