This is the thread to share your preferred tool for forecasting astronomical seeing
The "Mark I Eyeball" may be the best tool for checking astronomical seeing but isn't of much use for forecasting. But browsing the Net this morning I came across APanel (Astroweather Panel)
which appears to do the job with forecasts for seeing and transparency and, best of all, can be configured to use either locations from its own database or manually entered latitudes and longitudes. Here's a snapshot of what today's forecast for Queenstown (the home of CameraLabs) looks like:
For a real-time version (updated every six hours, I believe) click the above image or check out the Queenstown forecast
where you can also see what the various legends actually mean.
To set up your own location you need to start at here
but once you have a page running for your own location then you can bookmark the URL for instant access. Note that once your location is set up you still have to select the "ASTRO" tab.
What do you think? Whether it's accurate enough, within the limits of any forecast, I don't know yet. Or do you have a better tool...