Re: [ksurfschool] Re: Making a Wakeboard...
When I said "windy season" I need to qualify that
term. It's not like the Carribean where they have
seasonal trade winds. Here we get cold fronts/warm
fronts during the fall, winter and spring which bring
winds. We don't have much wind until a front
approaches and passes through the area, usually 2-3
days of wind (15kts or better). And if you can't get
off work during the week sometimes you miss the wind
altogether. Regarding the water temperature, it can
get down to 60deg. Farenheit during the winter months.
Usually until January the water stays pretty warm.
Anyway, hope you make it here in November and you'll
get some good windy days.
--- thejedi05 <thejedi05@...> wrote:
> Hey Jake,__________________________________
> I was close to Tampa in Nov 2001 and had a day at St
> Petes Beach...
> AWESOME! You are so lucky to live in such a
> beautiful place. [not
> that where I am in Cornwall Uk is bad though! lol!]
> I stayed at
> Kissemmee for a few weeks and hope to return next
> year around the
> November time.
> I heard about the windy season and must have just
> missed it when I
> paid a visit back then. You mentioned the cold
> fronts but what
> temperature are you talking about? Where I am the
> surf is below 16c
> in the winter most days...
> ps... If you go out when its windy... HOLD ON
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