Author: WeatherFlow Forecaster

West Coast Wind Blog: Dec. 15, 2018

by Mike Godsey, iwindsurf.com/ikitesurf.com Weatheflow.com     Mail: mikeATwindsurf.com   This looks like a perfect set up for at least upper-teens wind. But…     The first image shows the isobars of a large high pressure in Great Basin extending over the 4 corners and into

West Coast Wind Blog: Friday, Dec. 14

by Mike Godsey, iwindsurf.com/ikitesurf.com Weatheflow.com Mail: mikeATwindsurf.com Below is the clouds associated with the high-speed winds at ≈ 18,000 ft. that were near Baja yesterday. These clouds as well as the low clouds you see in the bottom image took the edge off the winds yesterday

West Coast Wind Blog: Thursday, Dec 13, 2018

by Mike Godsey, mikeATiwindsurf.com     With low swell already hitting the beaches and UP AND DOWN winds sometimes hitting 18 mph at the campground sensor it is clear that El Norte winds will develop just outside today.   But to get

West Coast Wind Blog: Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Poorly positioned high pressure at the surface and an upper trough aloft means mild winds. by Mike Godsey, mail: MikeATiwindsurf.com Looking at the model animation below note that in part one we are seeing the surface winds while in part 2 we are seeing the

West Coast Wind Blog: Baja’s East Cape image of the day: Dec. 11, 2018

by Mike Godsey You know the routine. First one to two day of strong El Norte winds. Then 1 or 2 days of mild El Norte + mild local sea breezes. So today you would expect at least upper-teens northerly wind. But…..no. Why, let’s examine the images

West Coast Wind Blog: Baja’s East Cape image of the day3

by Mike Godsey, Mike AT iwindsurf.com The model output below from yesterday and today show 3 critical differences: 1. The high pressure is weaker today and evidenced by the greater distance between the isobars. 2. Today the high pressure has centered further

West Coast Wind Blog: San Carlos Hurricane Diary

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West Coast Wind Blog: Baja Hurricane Diary OLD

 

West Coast Wind Blog: Customer comments about Human Baja wind forecast:

Daily Human Forecast Home  | Why Baja blows | Feedback: Baja forecast | | Road Rules |  Driving Down | Where to go. | | Food & Water | Camping| Resorts | Money, insurance, pets | Hurricane Diary | Windless days | East Cape driving maps | Fish/Surf | Baja photos | Forecasting for Baja’s East Cape is hard. Many of the tools we take for granted in the USA

West Coast Wind Blog: Where to go for Baja winter winds.

Where to go for Baja winter winds: by Mike Godsey, mikeATiwindsurf.com First, don’t confuse the April-Oct. down-the-line wave riding at Punta San Carlos and the other spots on the Baja Pacific coast with Sea of Cortez kiting and windsurfing. Different season,

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