Dominant wind direction identified by REMS has surprised some researchers who expected slope effects to produce north-south winds.
What does WINDR stand for?
WINDR stands for Wind Direction
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When the water temperature is at least 15 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than the air temperature, it can change the wind direction near a lake.
In the evening, a shift in the wind direction to north-westerly would bring it down significantly for the next two days.
Finally, possibilities of the comparison of traditional and continuous wind direction data are discussed.
I've been taught my whole life that the number one thing to be concerned with while bowhunting is to monitor wind direction and that the wind should be blowing away from where deer are expected to approach.