Submitted by Blowin on Sat, 02/21/2015 - 19:24
Rightio all the Swellnet forecasters out there , anyone got any prediction for the next cyclone to cross the Pilbara coast ?
Might as well extend to Exmouth to keep it real.
Just have a punt. Winner takes all.
If you've got ANY sort of theory behind your call , then let's hear it.
I realise this isn't the speciality of the most vociferous forecasters, but fuck it, just have a go.
I'm still waiting...
Pick. A. Date......please.
Nganhurra FPSO will be sailing..?
Our brains are too small at the moment to comprehend the reality of what's happening in our forests . We're only just waking up so to speak . The big problem is we think we know everything, we are specks of dust on a timeline and we know nothing .
Yeah go on give it a nudge welly! How bad could it be?
‘IF YOU UNDERSTAND, things are just as they are;
if you do not understand, THINGS ARE JUST AS THEY ARE.’
Haha will leave it to the big boys;)
Would of been good to be out there, then flown home to miss a stint....! Paid.
Right into Sexmouth.
That thing is hideous Welly. If that comes to fruition I'm getting the fuck out of here.
Welly, what's maximum you boys'll work at?
Why not surf ? Thats a good one for waves
Well the old girl had to release the riser and sail out to sea around Olwyn, or hide behind the islands.
In the process of hooking back up so my stint this Sunday had been aborted, what a shame;)
Feel sorry for your eyes, reading my shit;)
Quote Mr B;) "Welly, what's maximum you boys'll work at?"
Height whilst on ropes...! Wind on ropes....! Or cyclone potential...! Which is around 200 nautical miles then they disconnect.
That pic pretty much answers my question. Sucks you'll have to find something else to do instead of working. Am confident you'll cope though.
On full time/salary Braudulio, so yeah hope huey spits some more at me.
Waiting on a new board as well; frothing;)
Altho surf forecast not that great but workable....
Despite Dahlia not forecast to make landfall, wave heights will still increase along the northwest shelf of Western Australia. It is advisable to stay up to date with the latest TC bulletin from the Bureau of Meteorology athttp://www.bom.gov.au/products/IDW60285.shtml.
Been meaning to do a small article on that system, it’s very interesting. Will see if I can punch one out soon.