Archive for the ‘Weather’ Category

September 14th, 2014

Odile Now A Major Category 4 Hurricane

Hurricane Odile is expected to be near its peak intensity this evening when it is closest to Cabo San Lucas with winds 120-145hts, close to Category 5 intensity.

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September 11th, 2014

Odile Will Become A Hurricane

TS Odile is forecast to continue to develop in the very warm waters of the southern coast of Mexico through Saturday morning, moving at a very slow pace. Then on Saturday the system is forecast to kick it into high gear and cross the open waters between the mainland and the Baja peninsula. The entire time the system will remain over waters that are more than sufficient to allow the storm to continue to gather strength. The good news is the rapid forward movement often restricts the overall intensity development. Current forecasts call for Odile to arrive at the tip of the peninsula at the high end of a Category 2 Hurricane intensity.

If Odile stays on this path waves may be headed our ways (Hurley Pro)
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September 10th, 2014

Tropical Storm Odile To Become A Hurricane

Tropical Storm Odile is forecast to continue to develop in the very warm waters of the southern coast of Mexico through Saturday morning, moving at a very slow pace. Then on Saturday the system is forecast to kick it into high gear and cross the open waters between the mainland and the Baja peninsula. The entire time the system will remain over waters that are more than sufficient to allow the storm to continue to gather strength. The good news is the rapid forward movement often restricts the overall intensity development. Current forecasts call for Odile to arrive at the tip of the peninsula as a Category 2 Hurricane, but as good as path forecasts have become over the last 5 years, intensity forecasts, particularly 5 days out, remain a little elusive.

If it stays on this track we will receive no swell from this =(
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August 21st, 2014

Surf Report For the North Shore Of Oahu

You Fakaz, I not lying this time
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Sent in by Makua Rothman

June 12th, 2014

Hurricane Cristina Now Category 4

Hurricane Cristina is currently a category 4 hurricane and will be coming up just short of category 5 status later today
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May 20th, 2014

Northeast Wyoming – Supercell Time-Lapse

January 21st, 2014

Mavericks Looking More Like A No Go

“Does Mavericks like a south wind?”
“No, it hates it” – Peter Mel

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January 20th, 2014

The Biggest In Five Years – Hawaiian News

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May 10th, 2013

Red Alert – Big Swell Heading To Teahupoo

We’re not sure what surfers are going over, but we do know there is a big swell hitting Tahiti on Monday/Tuesday and another one right behind.

January 18th, 2013

Sunny Across The Board

Not a bad week here in San Diego
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