Posted: Wed Jul 03, 2013 11:37 am Post subject: Video Blog: Watch new Cut-Off Low forming just offshore.
One wag on the forums once said of Cut-Off Lows that he suspected we made them up on days when we did not have a clue what would happen with the wind. And actually he was right about the "not a clue" part of this statement. But if Cut-Off Low are not the product of clueless forecasters... where do they come from and why do they make forecasting so difficult?
To see a video of the actual creation of a Cut-Off Low over the last 24 hours use this link:
Just curious, but is this why the recent Berkeley/Bay iWind "grey line" wind predictions have been so off (last two days great winds at His Lords for example, but prediction line said nada - today also)?
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