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This station is in rotor when wind is South, so data can be suspect. If Coyote is reporting significantly more wind, that is a good sign that this station is in rotor.
This station is next to Coyote launch. It's in rotor when the wind is North.
This is a station is close to sea level.
This station is higher than others, so it can be a good indicator of what the wind is doing up high.
This station is near Green Monster, so it could potentially be useful for assessing flyability there.
I believe that this station isn't configured with the correct orientation, so I am offsetting the wind direction by 85 degrees. If you feel this needs to be tweaked, please let me know. But who knows maybe this station is just in rotor all the time.
This buoy 20 miles off the coast of San Francisco can indicate future conditions.
The wind data in the left bottom corner is from the Sharp Park Beach sensor(which is quite good). The widget in the right bottom corner is data from AccuWeather, and should be ignored.
The pier points directly West, so the flag should indicate which direction the wind is pointed. Also check for whitecaps.More Pacifica webcams...