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Old 01 February 2015, 16:31   #11
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Old 01 February 2015, 16:42   #12
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I used zyGRIB (zyGrib: grib file, weather data visualization) on my desktop to view NASA GRIB files for a few years. I found it was remarkably good. However i changed computers a while ago and haven't installed it here. I wonder if there is a GRIB viewing mobile app?

A lot of yachties like
You mean like when you go into PlayStore and search 'grib weather'...

...not used any or zygrib to compare...
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Old 01 February 2015, 21:03   #13
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Ronald McDonald uses xc weather, which if good enough for him is good enough for me , coupled with the fact that I actually understand it !!


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Ronald mcdonald ain't based at sea
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Old 01 February 2015, 23:46   #14
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Ronald mcdonald ain't based at sea
Really?

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Thank you all for all of your very helpful replies. I think I will have a look at them all and over these next few wintery days and weeks do some shore based (i.e. sitting in my office!) testing.
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Old 02 February 2015, 02:21   #16
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Ronald mcdonald ain't based at sea

Jura,s Ronald McDonald is pretty healthy ,mainly sells mc lobster , mc langoustine and you guessed it mc mackerel


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Old 02 February 2015, 02:22   #17
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That's him looks like he describing the one that got away



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I use the Meteo Consult app on android. Its French but seems very good despite that, and its free. Covers all of the UK and northern Europe.

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XC Weather website and an app called Boatie which has tides as well
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Yes. I use an app called "Weather Track"
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