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Old 09-24-21, 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by ChrisWagner View Post
I recently discovered this intense climate tool. Both iPhone & Android apps available too. I find it a keeper.
Thanks for posting but I am going to stick with what I use for now.

I use weather service for very specific detailed locations. On their forecasts you can click on a graphical analysis and that plots lots of parameters on graphs up to six days out.

And also look at HRRR and NAM models on Pivotal and Tropical Tidbits. Couple examples, below.
https://www.pivotalweather.com/model...s_mw&dpdt=&mc=

https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/anal...pos=0&ypos=175

I have never had any formal traiing in meteroloty, but I am a retired scientist. And I can usually figure out a lot from looking at weather maps several days in advance on NAM models, and most of a day in advance on HRRR models.

Canoe or kayak trips where I am out of cell range, I bring a marine band radio that has weather bands.
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