Category: Cape Cod

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: Baja Hurricane Diary OLD

 

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

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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,

Non-Consolidated North Pacific High vs Consolidated

I mentioned in my forecast this morning that the North Pacific High would get a bit more consolidated by this afternoon.  However, today is not characterized by a consolidated North Pacific High.  This first image, a surface map, shows a

Severe weather in the Northeast

Thunderstorm season in the Northeast US is off to an eye opening start after yesterday’s severe weather outbreak. A strong squall or line of thunderstorms passed through MA down to NJ in the late afternoon and evening bringing damaging winds

Early Spring Cold Weather Sea Breezes in the Northeast

         Early Spring Cold Weather Sea Breezes in the Northeast                                                      

Southerly storm winds dominate the week.

by Meteorologist, Kerry Challoner Anderson Week Overview January and February saw a strong ridge of High pressure sitting over the West coast.  Consequently the West saw an early start to steady Northwesterly winds along the coast.  Well as quickly as

West Coast Wind Blog: Dec. 5, 2017. Huge high pressure creates powerful easterly winds

Ventura fire, Gorge, Bay, SoCal, Baja winds! by Mike Godsey Today we are seeing unusually strong late easterly winds over much of the west coast from the Gorge to the Sea of Cortez. These winds are stirring unusual late season

West Coast Wind Blog: “I don’t sail at Viento so why should I care about the new Viento sensor…”

Because Planning, Swell Size, Fades, Directions… by Mike Godsey, mike@iwindsurf.com How to use the Viento sensor: 1. Most days the winds build at Viento before reaching the Hatch, Swell, Event Site launch sites. So the Viento sensor gives you an

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