Tambien es possible que sea el systema de Alta Pression que esta saliendo de la costa de Norte Carolina en los proximos dias. Se parece como un "circulo" en los mapas siguentes.........I don't know to me it looks like if you get NE in South Florida the chances are it is a Trade Wind.
But who cares just look what happens to Trade Wind in Cuba in the next two days when Jet Stream goes back up. It's magic.
Absolutely, but the high pressure over the Carolinas is only responsible for speeding up the Trade Wind in Cuba and the catch is to keep the high pressure far. But when the Jet Stream dips South and allows the high pressure get too close, first it will speed up the Trade but later it will shut it down for 3 days.BigR wrote: Tambien es possible que sea el systema de Alta Pression que esta saliendo de la costa de Norte Carolina en los proximos dias. Se parece como un "circulo" en los mapas siguentes.....
The Trade Wind in Cuba is weaker than Venezuela but it is still a Trade Wind and thank God it is weaker because Margarita is great for windsurfing but not so much for kiting. That map you posted also shows how the Westerlies are peeling the Trade Winds off from Bahamas. So again if the Jet Stream is flat Trade Winds in Cuba stay kosher but when it dips the Westerlies will turn them away.southflorida wrote: Florida kinda out of the trade wind flow. That wind map is really instructive.
No, when we do get NE winds they are NOT weak. We only get them from Nov to May after a frontal passage.I still think that those weak NE winds in Florida are Trade Winds just weak.
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