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If you are a regular metchecker [other weather forecasting sites are available] then you might want to add this to your bookmarks.

(7 Posts)
Slubberdegullion Thu 27-Aug-09 19:01:34

<<nerd klaxon>>

Wind forecast

I like the arrows alot, and the colours, and the Beafort scale on the bottom.

I wouldn't want to camp in much more than a 6 (peach tone) myself.

Slubberdegullion Thu 27-Aug-09 19:03:57

Beaufort Scale Explained

This is all totally pinched from a ukcs thread btw but is all sensible and interesting stuff.

MollieO Thu 27-Aug-09 19:12:24

How interesting - I really mean that. Very handy to know if you'll be pitching in a gale or not. [must get out more emoticon]

Slubberdegullion Thu 27-Aug-09 19:16:49

It IS interesting isn't it and I get out loads wink

I love the beaufort explanation that a 6 = umbrellas used with difficulty. What a great description.

MollieO Thu 27-Aug-09 19:24:54

BF 3 on sea always makes me laugh "scattered white horses". I'm used to the BF scale for sea states but the land one is a whole new world!

StripeySuit Fri 28-Aug-09 13:13:34

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

bramblebooks Sat 29-Aug-09 11:17:16

I love that. Mind you, though, I have ds2 who is a cloud and wind nerd and can explain any cloud formation, what it predicts and looks around us as we travel quoting from the beaufort scale.

He also is a mine of information on tornado scales (which has a japanese name I can't remember but he can). Useful to have when camping. he will love the wind map.

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