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WeatherFlow: Understanding the Trade Winds in the Caribbean

WeatherFlow: Understanding the Trade Winds in the Caribbean
Summary
  • The Trade Winds in the Caribbean are driven by the North Atlantic High-pressure system, also known as the Bermuda High. It creates reliable winds on the southern flank, which historically were utilized by sailing ships to travel to the new world.
  • The presence of deep low-pressure storm systems east of the USA can alter wind directions in the Caribbean, causing variations in wind data from the WeatherFlow-Tempest sensors.

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