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  curious....
  Posted by: jcbikeski on Sep-25-12 6:56 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Sep-25-12 7:43 PM EST --

"can go from five to thirty miles an hour in ten minutes" . So with no hint from an updated NOAA or Canadian forecast, no clouds gathering afar, clear skies this often happens?

For example today it says "Wind northwest 10 knots increasing to north 15 Wednesday morning." but without being a very rare fluke it could hit 35kts today specifically?

This could pretty much bar even very experienced paddlers from spending any time there. No one would have any choice other than turn turn downwind and head to the nearest safe beach. In other places I've seen the weather change that quick but there's always been some clues it could happen that day.


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