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62029 Model Validation

This graph shows the Significant height recorded on the 62029 buoy VS the zero hour model forecast for the same location from 13th December 2012 – 13th January 2012

Rip Curl Pro Portugal :: Tues 16th Oct

Detailed Supertubos Forecast Data North Atlantic Forecast Charts Summary – Onshore conditions Tuesday night / Wednesday fresh to strong at times. – Swell peaks Thursday with suggestions of lighter winds from the NW. – Dropping swell in the large range on Friday with lighter winds continuing. Wed 17th New swell builds with fresh onshore winds strongest overnight and again towards the evening. With Portugal sitting right on the edge of the low pressure system we’re not going to see exceptional winds, but fresh to strong SW is likely overnight on Tuesday and again at times later on Wednesday. Swell builds to a solid 11ft@13 seconds from the WNW. Thurs 18th […]

Rip Curl Pro Portugal :: Mon 15th Oct

Detailed Supertubos Forecast Data North Atlantic Forecast Charts Summary – Tuesday sees a transition from Northerly to onshore Westerly conditions. – Disruptive storm creating onshore conditions through the middle of the week. – Possible transition between storms hints at contestable conditions sometime around Fri/Sat before the risk of another storm creating problem winds towards the end of the window. Tues 16th Decent NW swell remains but problem SW winds increasing through the day. Monday evenings NW swell continues to run through the day with the start of the larger pulse filling in for the evening. The day will start well in the competition range for surf size and by the […]

Quiksilver Pro Forecast :: Tues 25th September

A modest NW wind swell on the opening day with increasing confidence in a modest mid period swell for the end of the weekend and positive signs of a powerful NW swell for the beginning of next week. Fri 28th / Sat 29th Improving forecast confidence in NW wind swell from the remnants of the current storm with increasingly positive outlook for local winds. The large low pressure system currently centred over the UK continues to send wind swell to Hossegor with the last remnants of that potentially arriving on Friday. The latest forecast is for 5ft@9 seconds in the morning giving chest to head high waves on the opening […]