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06-09-2008 02:33 PM
eryka This is a kinda nice collage for the Chesapeake,
New Page 3

The sources are still sailflow and noaa, but it helps to see them all on one page.

This time of year I check Hurricane 2008! From AccuWeather.com
every morning.
06-09-2008 02:18 PM
adamtroyg seems NOAA & Weather Radio are obvious. i've stopped looking at weather channel , they make too much "news" of the weather. don't forget, others use the ocean and are interested in weather and conditions . . .
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06-09-2008 01:14 AM
merttan In advance, NOAA and ADDS... On the way to the marina; weather channel on my handheld vhf... Before leaving the marina; friends who are already out there by hailing on the vhf...
06-08-2008 08:59 AM
LakeEscape 7-Day Forecast for Latitude 35.21N and Longitude -80.84W

Then change the zip code. You too can be just as good as the guy on the TV.
06-06-2008 11:12 PM
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06-06-2008 10:22 PM
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I used to ride those boats Boasun....out to the oilfields (worked out of New Orleans/Grande Isle/places in Plaquemines Parish that I NEVER want to see again)......WHEW!!!!! what a ride!!! They took off in weather I wouldn't....and I'm a pretty ballsy kind of guy......Hats off to ya......(assuming you're one of those captains?)
Yeah I was one of those Captains. Had fun and enjoyed the ride. But you should had seen the sweat break out on some of my crew's foreheads. They trusted me and carry out their jobs in safety. Always brought them home in one piece.
Now I teach people who want licenses for the Gulf.
Oh! I've seen worst while fishing in the Bering Sea.
06-06-2008 10:03 PM
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06-06-2008 09:18 PM
merlin2375 Not that I depend on my own forecasting but I try to rotate in some weather reading every so often so (theoretically) I can recognize changes once out on the water. You never know, plus it's interesting stuff
06-06-2008 09:17 PM
buckeyesailor I used to ride those boats Boasun....out to the oilfields (worked out of New Orleans/Grande Isle/places in Plaquemines Parish that I NEVER want to see again)......WHEW!!!!! what a ride!!! They took off in weather I wouldn't....and I'm a pretty ballsy kind of guy......Hats off to ya......(assuming you're one of those captains?)
06-06-2008 09:01 PM
JohnRPollard
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Where do you get your weather?
Here in the mid-Atlantic region, we get most of our weather from the west! It's the Coriolis effect!

More seriously, NOAA and Weather Underground. I'm glued to this one during hurricane season:

National Hurricane Center
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