We are happy to announce wradlib v1.19.0. It’s already available on wradlib · PyPI and Wradlib :: Anaconda.org.
The most significant change is that wradlib is actually depending now on xradar. Please read also the blog-post wradlib moves forward | wradlib for further context. I’d like to thank Max Grover (@mgrover1) for his great collaboration in xradar.
We also want to thank our new contributors @plvoit and @JulianGiles.
The 1.19 release line will be the last before wradlib 2.0. Please make sure to look for
FutureWarning’s and adapt your code accordingly.