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It is an interactive tool that can help people observe the flow of wind around the world spectacularly.
A gentle breeze is represented by thin green lines, light yellow strong winds, and bright red strongest winds. The user can use the mouse to rotate the globe on the screen and click on the specific location to see the wind speed.
This site was designed by Beccario Cameron’s software engineers. It describes visually global weather forecasts of supercomputers. The data used from National Center for Environmental Protection, National Weather Service of America, National Association of the Ocean and the Atmosphere. Every 3 hours, the data is updated once.
The global wind map is inspired by American wind map that created by the designer Fernanda Viegas and Martin Wattenberg, showing the airflow move in the United States but it is only monochrome map.