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Tomorrow's weather/wave course - new slides


JohnHuth

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OK - for tomorrow's weather/wave course, we'll start out with a discussion of observations you made over the last two weeks. I hope some of you noticed the classic warm front moving through with the high winds and rain. When I saw the high cirrus clouds moving in, I was thinking "oh boy...this is perfect timing!"

I'm going to spend a bit more time on thunderstorms and gust fronts because this is a major issue that kayakers can face and a big potential hazard, then move onto waves.

Someone asked for the powerpoint transparencies - here they are. Note that my chart of barometric readings from October gives you an idea of what to look for in how fast pressure changes indicate fronts.

PPT of two weeks ago:

http://nspn.kates.org/2006/Huth-John/Bascom.ppt

PPT for tomorrow:

http://nspn.kates.org/2006/Huth-John/Jan_21.ppt

Web-browser version for tomorrow:

http://nspn.kates.org/2006/Huth-John/Jan_21/

Best,

John Huth

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