You can add low/mid/high cloud layers via “Edit Data” in the top right menu.
NOAA includes high cloud in their total cloud calculation which I find can give the wrong indication of total cloud. GDPS has a better formula. But I do use low and mid cloud data a bit to get a better understanding of cloudiness.
I hope to add a better graph and map rendering options in the future.
It is the graph that I was hoping I could change cloud cover to e.g. just low.
In Editor/Graphs there is only the option of total cloud.
I use Monkeys Wedding which is great, its just with total cloud cover it can give the impression of a gloomy day throughout because at any one time there might be a bit of high, med or low but in reality the Sun is getting through quite a lot of the time.
The main map display is very accurate, clicking between low, med & high is usually correct but a bit of high is still fine, then a bit of med still OK, then a bit of low still OK but on the graph looks like constant cloud cover.
Being very fussy as such a complete App, I can scroll through the time on the map and really see but I do use the graph a lot for a quick glance.
is “And maybe tone down Layer Opacity in Cloud Cover Default” referring to low, med or high or is there actually a setting I am missing.
I use Expedition Marine UK Sth & that is really very good for my location, 40 miles from the south coast so do not think can improve on that, I tried a lot of the others before upgrading & is variation good & bad but this mostly the most accurate, certainly for rain.