Professional Meteorologist Forecasts include a detailed wind forecast, or briefing, by a WeatherFlow meteorologist. Bullet points detail areas of interest or concerns that the meteorologist has that could impact the winds for the day. In contrast to the Computer Forecast Table, which was produced solely by a computer, the Pro Forecast forecast table was handcrafted by the meteorologist and reflects his or her expertise and local knowledge. The Pro Forecasts also include an Extended Discussion which provides a forecast for the upcoming conditions for the region over the next three days.
NOTE: Pro Forecasts and Extended Discussions are both seasonal and local. Hence, they are not available for all regions.
Nearby Onsite Reports
This list displays the ten closest OnSite Reports within a 24 hour period. OnSite Reports are crowdsourced (user-generated) wind and weather reports, contributed by real people via different applications.
Our historical wind archives include a wealth of wind graphs & data, going back as far as 30 years in the case of some popular stations. Click the arrows to go backward or forward in time. You can also use the calendar button to select a specific date, or click View Month to see an entire month's worth of archived wind graphs all at once.
Raw, numerical data: If you're looking for raw numerical data, click here to inquire about our data download packages.
The left side shows the number of days per month a specific weather station reported average winds greater than 15, 20, and 25 miles per hour. The Right side shows the percentage of time that the weather station reported a specific wind direction for the highlighted month. The data has not been error checked.
All Time (default) - This data is the average over the years available in our database.
Specific Years - These are specific statistics for a given year. Hovering your mouse over a month will tell you how many days and how many days that station reported.
Gust vs. Average - WeatherFlow stations are positioned in very good spots to capture ambient wind conditions and averages often reflect actual winds experienced on the water. However, we also include stations from many other sources that may not be ideally placed and gusts can often be a better indicator of conditions.