Author: WeatherFlow Forecaster

West Coast Wind Blog: Far afield for a quick look at…

Super Cyclone Debbie by Mike Godsey, Pretty windy in much of the S. F. Bay Area today. But Kerry, one of the Weatherflow Bay Area meteorologist, has family near Airlee Beach Australia and it is really windy in that area today

Posted in Cape Cod, Chesapeake Bay, Coastal Georgia, Coastal South Carolina, Columbia River Gorge, Connecticut, Delmarva, Long Island/SE New York, Long Island/SE NY, Los Angeles, Massachusetts North Coast, Ontario- Simcoe, Ontario: Lake Erie, Ontario: Lake Ontario, Outer Banks of North Carolina, Rhode Island, San Diego, San Francisco, SouthEastern North Carolina, Tidewater Virginia

Watching the Tropics in March Already.

By WeatherFlow meteorlogist Shea Gibson. There is a bit of a pre-season area of disturbance to be watching for in the tropical Atlantic basin… We are watching this area for Sunday through Tuesday in the western Atlantic as models are

Posted in Coastal Georgia, Coastal South Carolina, Outer Banks of North Carolina, SouthEastern North Carolina

West Coast Wind Blog: Fast moving storm front…

Strong SE storm winds rake the Bay Area…briefly. by Mike Godsey Here some imagery of the rapidly developing and fast dying winds that are currently hitting much of the Bay Area. You can see why I am forecasting these winds

Posted in San Francisco

Converging Winds push Leo into the 20s.

by Meteorologist, Kerry Anderson The first day of forecasting in the Spring season feels like a bear coming out of hibernation. It is time to dust off the forecasting tools and see what patterns Mother Nature throws at you for

Posted in Los Angeles, Weather Blog

West Coast Wind Blog: Why no NW clearing winds after yesterday’s storm?

The North Pacific High’s surface NW winds are siphoned off towards the Pacific Northwest by Mike Godsey So it is beach meteorology folklore that after a spring storm that the skies clear and the S. F. Bay Area has strong

Posted in San Francisco

Early Cannonball Run for Coastal SC in 2017

By WeatherFlow meteorologist Shea Gibson on February 22, 2017. Here we are again with the annual Cannonball Jellyfish update – in February! This year has been quite the anomaly with warmer air temps than normal all the way into late

Posted in Coastal Georgia, Coastal South Carolina, SouthEastern North Carolina

Crazy strong Gorge East winds and El Norte winds for Baja…

High pressure blankets mid USA creating strong pressure gradients. by Mike Godsey, mike@iwindsurf.com Tomorrow, Thursday Dec. 8, 2016 will see very strong east winds in the western Gorge to Portland while Baja’s East Cape sees significant El Norte winds. Surprisingly

Posted in Cape Cod, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco

Another Short Wave Wind Killer for Charleston, SC.

by WeatherFlow meteorologist Shea Gibson We have discussed short wave troughs (known as “short waves”) before in previous blogs, but here is a quick recap: According to NOAA’s definition, this is, “A disturbance in the mid or upper part of the

Posted in Coastal South Carolina

Beware the Witch of November!

by WeatherFlow meteorologist Shea Gibson Get ready Great Lakes for a possible “November Witch” to broom into the area by Thursday/Friday with a cauldron of warm air, cold air and violent gales! The name comes from intensifying Low pressures with

Posted in Ontario- Simcoe, Ontario: Lake Erie, Ontario: Lake Ontario, Weather Blog

Winter arrives and the North Pacific High departs while…

Storms dominate northern pacific by Mike Godsey, mike AT iwindsurf.com Remember this summer when the North Pacific High dominated the waters between the west coast and Hawaii? Back then wind most days was a given. So where did the Southern California,

Posted in Columbia River Gorge, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco