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PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2002 3:46 am 
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Location: wet and windy ireland
has anyone tried http://www.windfinder.com

It an awesome site giving the hourly recorded wind speed for most places in europe showing on a 24 hour chart so you can see the trend for the day, and then a pretty good 3 day wind forcast.

WELL WORTH CHECKIN' OUT

Does anybody remember the 'halo' forcasting site from iceland. now there was a weather forcast. and for some reason it just vanished into hyper space without a trace, earlier this year.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2002 8:10 am 
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For lots of other forecast links.
Very UK biased but Europe coverage partial.
ROW a bit.

http://www.taklaman.com/wind.htm


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I use http://www.windfinder.com every day.
Really good and international.

There are 3 day forecasts and the current wind.

Forecast:
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Current wind:
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here you click on the peel of the area you ar intersted in and it gives you the wind of the last hours. It will show the last 30 minutes.




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Wunderbra


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2002 9:23 am 
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Ahhhrghhh Toby you bastard! You'll get lots of wind again this weekend while i have to stay here in the f..... south!

:wink:

Have fun guy!

Greeeetzzzz,


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Have you tried http://www.wetteronline.de? They go as far as a week ahead, for the whole of Europe.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2002 8:35 pm 
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i always use windfinder and wetteronline.
WF always tells too much wind and WO too little.
so the difference between the two is what will happen.

bonus:
if you're pretty sure there'll be no wind, look at WF only and you'll find a reason to spend the day at the beach :wink:

when you're in office and freshly ran out of excuses, just take a peek at WO only, and your day passes easier :wink:


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