Author: WeatherFlow Forecaster

West Coast Wind Blog: Model resolution is often vital for an accurate winds forecast!

by Mike Godsey Notice the low-pressure trough in the right side of the image. With low-pressure over almost all of the Sea of Cortez and no low-pressure south of Cabo the large scale pressure gradient is almost nil. This seems confirmed when you look at the satellite-derived winds of the ASCAT The next graphic shows…

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Caribbean Wind & Reef Blog, Part 3: “Wind reversal” damage on Bonaire and Curaçao.

Mike Godsey “A mighty tremor roused us from sleep at 3 pm in the SandDollar Condos. The ground vibrated beneath us, as colossal waves crashed against the shore. It was unmistakable – the reversal had finally come. Feb. 5, 2024” For starters I should mention that mild “Wind Reversals” can be a blessing since, as…

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