I’ve just included another parameter for you to configure your Metar Alerts: Crosswind.
The crosswind considered at the computation is that at the runway with least crosswind, if there is more than one runway.
You can see how to configure this new alert parameter in the original Metar Alerts post.
I really hope you enjoy getting an email whenever the crosswind at our favorite airport goes above your personal limit. Let me know how you use it!
The users of Metar Alerts know that whenever one alert is triggered, they get an email with a title such as…
Meteo·Mobile Alert for KJFK on 2011-11-15 14:30:00
I can configure many alerts for the same field. So when I receive an email, I wonder why that particular alert launched. Of course I can just open the email and read its contents, but…
With the new metar alert title, that won’t happen anymore. Now you can title your alerts, like …
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There is a NEAT new feature on Meteo·Mobile for those of you who have configured Metar Alerts:
If an alert that you configured has been triggered in the last hour, the conditions for that airport will be highligted on your home page. Like this:
So, how do you configure alerts?
There are two ways:
- From any Metar report, click on the NEW: ALERT Set up for [ICAO] link.
- From your home page, go to Pilot Tools, and then Your Metar Alerts.
From now on, detecting which airports are under your own personal minimums will be easier than ever!
I really hope you like it!
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