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Title: An alternative website for obtaining aviation weather data...
Post by: huseyin on October 03, 2018, 09:41:33 AM
Hello all,

I would advise you to visit https://netocc.com with below features for free;

- metar / taf reports with alert feature just set  refresh interval / visibility / ceiling and get weather data colored if it is below minima. if you turn on 'voice alert' and then you will also get a voice alert when weather is below minima settings. (Voice alert is not working on Safari browser and mobile devices. It will be fixed near future hopefully.)

-Significant weather chart & upper wind charts For a long time, i was looking for a website where i can get quickly significant weather charts and wind charts. Here it has a very simple interface and quick to retrieve charts at once.

Waiting for your comments about this website, that I am also one of developer of this project.

Greetings from Istanbul
Title: Re: An alternative website for obtaining aviation weather data...
Post by: PaulMy on October 03, 2018, 10:45:29 AM
Hi, and thanks for sharing.

A drop down for selecting an ICAO would be helpful.
The METAR matches what I have at http://www.komokaweather.com/metar/metar_display.php


I will need to do more reading to try to understand the TAF info https://www.aviationweather.gov/static/help/taf-decode.php

The SWC chart is difficult to read as it is turned 90 from normal and have no understanding of the information shown, but I am sure it is informative for thos that do understand.

Enjoy,
Paul
Title: Re: An alternative website for obtaining aviation weather data...
Post by: huseyin on October 03, 2018, 10:53:53 AM
Hi Paul,

Thanks for your advise that I will share that if adding a drop down menu for ICAOs is possible or not. 
For some regions, weather charts are turned 90 because of print size settings are a4 paper size (default). But i will also share this with my colleagues that if it is possible to view straight but turned when printed.

Greetings,