|Observation maps give an overview of actual weather measurements ("observed measurements") over larger areas, and can serve as validation for the model simulations.|
Personal observations can be found in the me-T☼-u maps.
|Actual Precipitation maps give an overview of the precipitation (rain, snow, hail) for large areas and are updated 4 to 96 times a day (in some cases 12 times per hour).|
They cover limited areas, because large-scale measurements of precipitation are only available for certain regions. In mountain areas and high latitudes, the measurements tend to be imprecise or absent.
|Satellite maps show the development and movement of clouds (see image).|
|The satSP☼T shows cloud density and also precipitation intensity and is available for some regions (see image).|