RE: [nfc-l] Epic Movement - Etna, NY

2020-10-04 Thread John Kearney
Hi Bryan, Thanks very much for continuing this discussion. I very much appreciate the opportunity to share some thoughts with a meteorologist. Unfortunately, yes, Windy.com has no archives. I am studying coastal migration patterns using acoustic monitoring. Generally, I have not completed

Re: [nfc-l] Epic Movement - Etna, NY

2020-10-04 Thread Andrew Horn
Hi all, Another site that offers some of this info, in a user-friendly way ,and as an app for iOS or Android, is https://www.ventusky.com/. Thanks for all the cool discussion, Andy Horn Halifax, Nova Scotia On Oct 4, 2020, at 11:26 AM, Bryan Guarente mailto:bryan.guare...@gmail.com>> wrote:

Re: [nfc-l] Epic Movement - Etna, NY

2020-10-04 Thread Bryan Guarente
John (and others), For the easternmost third of North America, 850hPa can be too high, that's true. Looking at a level like 950 or 925hPa would be really useful for you in Nova Scotia (or any coastal location). Yet this isn't available on earth.nullschool.net. If you wanted to see the different