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Old 10-11-2007, 07:43   #16
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7 day forecast anywhere is funny. We're happy if they get it right, or close to right, for the 24 hours we're working in.

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PassageWeather, BOM and real life.

About a week ago I took the liberty of comparing the PassageWeather predictions with Australian Bureau of Meteorology predictions. I looked at seven days forward for both.

They were very similar. South east winds (unusual for Sydney). This brought a week of rain.

In real life they matched actual weather until it all improved (this morning, after seven days) about 12 hours earlier than forecast.

I would expect that forecasts near major cities would the most accurate.
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Old 14-11-2007, 10:13   #20
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Originally Posted by rsn48 View Post
Great work and a suggestion. In the Northern Pacific region, create a "Washington/BC/Alaska one.
I've added a Gulf of Alaska forecast region, which covers the whole Gulf, from Anchorage down to Oregon... thanks for the suggestion...
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Very Nice Site...

I added a link to it in my sailing resources section.


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