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Bob McDavitt's ideas for sailing weather around the South pacific

21 March 2016

BobBlog 21 March 2016

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Issued 21 March 2016

Bob McDavitt's ideas for sailing around the South Pacific.

Disclaimer: Weather is a mix of pattern and chaos; these ideas are from the patterned world.

 

Welcome to the equinox as at 20 0430 UTC,

Followed by a Full moon = the Passover at  23 1202 UTC

and then an  apogee at 25 1417 UTC,

so EASTER (redemption anniversary) is 270000UTC

(well, maybe 270200UTC corrected to Jerusalem time.)

Enjoy.

 

I don’t have much time this week to say much,

 (been at www.WOMAD.co.nz then a drive back to Auckland and a few forecasts---- have all stolen my time)

 

so here it is, my comments this week are in audio on sailing the South Pacific over the next few months and have been recorded in an itunes audio file at

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/slow-boat-sailing/id1084423845

(open episode 6-- may not be available in your region )

(of course you may listen to the other episodes too, thanks to LINUS WILSON).

 

 

The rain maps for the past week or two show an increase in activity in Indian Ocean and South Pacific. See

http://trmm.gsfc.nasa.gov/trmm_rain/Events/big_global_accumlation.gif

 

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