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  1. #1
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    wind and descrition confusion

    VA Beach is calling for choppy NE winds in the graph yet the wave description on the left is calling for clean and sw winds...

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    I believe the graph is correct but the little guy is definitely confused.

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    taking a look now.

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    This has been fixed... I'll have to keep my eye on this as still haven't figured out what was the cause, of the conditions forecast not updating.

  5. #5
    Lbi weekend forecast is messed up too...

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    I want a noaa scanner in my car and sell my lap top, cut the internet off, and get rid of my giant lcd. And buy a wind thing with a roster on it and mount it on the roof of my house. One day i will.

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    thanks micah

  8. #8
    I know the Seaside and Monmouth wind forecasts weren't jiving the other day, and that appears to have been fixed, but is the forecast running on all cylinders?

    I'm thinking Sunday at Dawn should hold more than knee to waist..... OK, maybe part of that is me just wanting it to be bigger, but If the wind switch happens at the time currently predicted, I'm standing on the beach at daybreak with my fingers crossed

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    Yep we are working on all cylinders... Keep in mind the forecast for this weekend's swell will oscillate a bit as the new model guidance tweaks the storm systems location and intensity a bit on each update.


    Quote Originally Posted by pkovo View Post
    I know the Seaside and Monmouth wind forecasts weren't jiving the other day, and that appears to have been fixed, but is the forecast running on all cylinders?

    I'm thinking Sunday at Dawn should hold more than knee to waist..... OK, maybe part of that is me just wanting it to be bigger, but If the wind switch happens at the time currently predicted, I'm standing on the beach at daybreak with my fingers crossed

  10. #10
    Please oscillate the N out of the predicted NW winds, and Oscillate the swell prediction up to Chest to Head