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Houston Norte Tuesday

Discussion in 'Cozumel' started by Dave Dillehay, Dec 8, 2019.

  1. scubaNYC16

    scubaNYC16 Barracuda

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    You are a hurricane. Behave!
     
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  2. sbk12rs

    sbk12rs Angel Fish

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    It’s True ...... never rains




    better not
     
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  3. Dave Dillehay

    Dave Dillehay Dive Shop

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    Well the front did come through to Cozumel but with an extra Easterly component that could not close the port, even if the winds were stronger. OK, I'll keep offering my thoughts on the weather, using South Texas as a preliminary warning.

    Dave Dillehay
     
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  4. Christi

    Christi PADI MSDT/Dive op owner ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Yes and we had a good solid hour of heavy rain today - that must have been it :)
     
  5. couv

    couv Instructor, Scuba

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    You do know that Thursday is tomorrow, right? Your prediction may still come to pass.
     
  6. Dave Dillehay

    Dave Dillehay Dive Shop

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    Possible but Windguru (my source) now shows Cozumel a north east wind that should not close the port. 20 degrees to the west, then I might have been spot on. Point is: it is much easier to predict a front coming down than the ultimate wind angle which has much more to do with port closures

    Dave Dillehay

    BTW Nortes are almost preceded by a short strong rain.
     

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