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  • Location: Vale of York: 14m above mean sea level
  • Location: Vale of York: 14m above mean sea level

    I currently use two Google Earth weather tools:

    European RainFall Radar:

    URL: http://www.meteox.com/gmap.aspx

    Comment: Seems to work well.

    Global Lightning Data:

    URL: http://guiweather.com/

    Comment:

    Global Lightning Data in Google Earth, provided by guiWeather. Almost real-time and shows the last 30 minutes of lightning strikes world wide.
    Also works well, but not tested it with local storms yet!

    I would be interested to hear of any more that people are using.... UK related would be better.

    I was looking for Flood risk map as shown on the environment agency web site, but it does not look like anything exists at the moment. I wonder how difficult it would be to create something and if the environment agency data would be available to someone willing to have a go.

    High resolution 5 minute updating rainfall radar would be fantastic. :o

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  • Location: Vale of York: 14m above mean sea level
  • Location: Vale of York: 14m above mean sea level
    Would 5 minute updating radar with lightning overlay be of any interest to you?

    All the NW extra stuff on google earth would be amazing. It this something thats in the pipe line?? :lol:

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  • Location: South of Glasgow 55.778, -4.086, 86m
  • Location: South of Glasgow 55.778, -4.086, 86m

    Not more sheep, surely. And why does Google Earth insist on projecting the Earth as if it's spherical?

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  • Location: Bedfordshire/Herts border 40m asl
  • Weather Preferences: Cold, crisp, calm and sunny
  • Location: Bedfordshire/Herts border 40m asl
    Not more sheep, surely. And why does Google Earth insist on projecting the Earth as if it's spherical?

    Now you're just being silly. Everyone knows the Earth is flat.

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