Monthly Archives: December 2016
Strong high pressure during the next couple of days over the northeastern North Atlantic will drift slowly towards the S-SE keeping low pressure systems near or southward of 40N latitude. This will open up an opportunity for great circle weather … Continue reading
Super Typhoon Nook-Ten at 0300 UTC 25 December 2016 was centered 298 NM ESE of Manila, Philippines and was moving westward at 7 knots with max winds of 135 knots with gusts possible to 165 knots. Hurricane force winds extend … Continue reading
Super Typhoon Nock-Ten over the western North Pacific now pacing winds of 130 knots as it moves westward toward the Philippines. Max significant sea heights estimated to be up to 43 feet (about 13 meters).
1800UTZ 18 Dec: A rapidly deepening storm over the northwestern North Atlantic will produce storm to hurricane force winds (55-75 knots) with seas 27-40 feet (8-12 meters) during the next 18-36 hours.
Dec. 15th 2016 1200UTC: An intense 949 MB hurricane force storm low over the Western North Pacific is moving northeastward towards the Bering Sea with winds of 50-70 knots and seas 30-50 feet (about 9-15 meters). See NOAA Video regarding … Continue reading
19-Meter North Atlantic Wave Sets New World Record December 13, 2016 by Mike Schuler – gCaptain.com 19-Meter North Atlantic Wave Sets New World Record