The "Weather data" section allows you to monitor wide range of weather metrics for your fields.
You can get the following data for the selected polygon:

Current weather data

  1. Go to the "Weather data" section.

    • In this section, on the right side of the screen, you can see a vertical menu with a list of your polygons as on the pic below.
      If you want to learn how to create a polygon, please follow this here.

  2. Click on the selected polygon.

    • The Current data for this polygon will be displayed under the map in the "Current weather" part. See on the pic below.


Legend

The following data contains in the "Current weather" part:

  1. Current temperature - Temperature at the moment of calculation (Celsius)

  2. Weather condition name

  3. Wind - Wind speed (m/s), Wind direction (degrees)

  4. Pressure - Pressure value (hPa)

  5. Humidity - Humidity value (%)

  6. UVI - UVI index

  7. Clouds - Cloudiness (%)

  8. Sunrise time

  9. Sunset time

Hourly forecast for 4 days

  1. Go to the "Weather data" section.

    • In this section, on the right side of the screen, there is a menu with a list of all your polygons.
      If you want to learn how to create a polygon, please follow this here.

  2. Click on the selected polygon.

    • The Hourly forecast for 4 days is displayed under the map as on the pic below.
      Please, scroll down the page to get all timestamps.


Legend

The following data contains in the Hourly forecast part:

  1. Time of forecasted data

  2. Temperature (Celsius)

  3. Weather condition name

  4. Wind - Wind speed (m/s)

  5. Pressure - Pressure value (hPa)

  6. Clouds - Cloudiness (%)

Daily forecast for 7 days

  1. Go to the "Weather data" section.

    • In this section, on the right side of the screen, there is a vertical menu with a list of your polygons.
      If you want to learn how to create a polygon, please follow this here.

  2. Click on the selected polygon. Use the slider to choose Daily forecast.

    • The Daily forecast for 7 days is shown under the map as on the pic below.


Legend

The following data contains in the Hourly forecast part:

  1. Date of forecasted data

  2. Max daily temperature (Celsius)

  3. Min daily temperature (Celsius)

  4. Weather condition name

  5. Wind - Wind speed (m/s)

  6. Pressure - Pressure value (hPa)

  7. Clouds - Cloudiness (%)


Accumulated temperature and precipitation

  1. Go to the "Weather data" section, "Accumulated parameters" tab.

    • In this section, on the right side of the screen, there is a vertical menu with a list of your polygons.
      If you want to know how to create a polygon, read here.

  2. Click on the selected polygon.

    • The Accumulated parameters chart for the selected polygon is shown under the map (displayed below).

    • The chart displays types of data:

      • Temperature - the sum by which the actual air temperature rises above or falls below a threshold level over a selected period. See how to manage Temperature threshold in the paragraph 4 of this section.

      • Rainfall - the accumulated amount of precipitation for the selected period.
        For example, 3 mm of precipitation was observed on August 21 and 5 mm of precipitation was observed on August 22.
        The chart will reflect it in the following way:
        3 mm of precipitation on August 21, 3 mm + 5 mm = 8 mm of precipitation on August 22, etc.

  3. To select or remove curves from the chart, just click on their names on the right-hand side.

  4. Move the slider on the Threshold line (below the chart) to choose required level of temperature.

  5. In order to select a different time period, please use the calendar underneath the Threshold line. By default, the chart is built for the current year.


Legend

  1. The Y-axis (left) is the numerical value of accumulated temperature.

  2. The Y-axis (right) is the numerical value of accumulated rainfall.

  3. The X-axis represents dates.


Historical weather data

  1. Go to the "Weather data" section, "Historical data" tab.

    • In this section, on the right side of the screen, there is a vertical menu with a list of your polygons.
      If you want to know how to create a polygon, read here.

  2. Click on the selected polygon.

    • The Historical weather chart for the selected polygon is shown under the map (displayed below).

    • The chart displays two types of data:

      • Temperature - the amount of temperature.

      • Rainfall - the amount of precipitation.

  3. To select or remove curves from the chart, just click on their names on the right-hand side.

  4. In order to select a different time period, please use the calendar underneath the chart. By default, the chart is built for the current year.


Legend

  1. The Y-axis (left) is the numerical value of temperature.

  2. The Y-axis (right) is the numerical value of rainfall.

  3. The X-axis represents dates.







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