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General Category => Weather & Atmospherics => Topic started by: Big Dipper on August 18, 2010, 12:43:56 am



Title: Meteox weather site
Post by: Big Dipper on August 18, 2010, 12:43:56 am
No doubt the answer to this question is probably right under my nose but so far I've failed to find it!

Anyway amongst my arsenal of (usually) contradictory weather sites is Meteox.com (http://www.meteox.com/h.aspx?r=&jaar=-3&soort=satradar) which I sometime use to see the predicted cloud cover for the next hour or two over my area by means of an animated satellite image (which I really like).

However what time zone do they use (shown at top left of the image in the above link)? The likes of Sat24 clearly shows which time zones are being used, as do most other weather sites, but for the life of me, I can't see anywhere on the Meteox site to confirm which time zone is being used.

Many thanks in advance to anyone who can clarify this for me.  :)





Title: Re: Meteox weather site
Post by: paulster78 on August 18, 2010, 01:27:49 am
Andy i think the time shown is CET (Central European Time)  I was matching the positions of clouds with the Met office site,  someone else could correct me here but that would mean its one hour ahead.


Title: Re: Meteox weather site
Post by: Big Dipper on August 25, 2010, 12:33:33 pm
Many thanks Paul that would make sense.
Sorry for the late reply but I haven't been able to access the internet over the past few days.