Not sudden....plenty of time to take cover...i am sure something big was visible and approaching
markap42 wrote:See attached. Speaks for itself.
SupaEZ wrote:[quote="RichardM]Therefore, regardless of what the graph shows, the situation COULD have been much closer to the OP's description.[/quote]
COULD not disagree more
OP's wind did not change direction....remained blowing onshore..no wind shift of @90 degrees
Went from 16kn to 26 kn .........a 10kn increase.....scarrrrrrrrrry stuff
So that graph is not even close to the situation of the OP[/quote][/quote][/quote][/quote]
RichardM wrote:For example, in this situation, where both the location of the sensor and the OP are unknown AND the OP has stated that the change occurred over a very short period AND the photo of the location shows a CIRCULAR beach, the odds that the sensor INACCURATELY shows the OP's exact situation is even GREATER than usual.
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