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At thw wind direction part of Weather on the logs the person who wrote there wrote this: '' SE + S'' . Does that mean that the direction is between SE and S ( that would be SSE) ? What do I write there? SSE or something else? This is my first log. All the other Wind Direction notes on the page are normal, with one direction.
When I write the wind direction it does not show any suggestions, but I'll still post it this way. I love doing this already. Oh, if I knew earlier about this site... Thanks for helping me.
It really slows me down to type, for example, ExS rather than SE. I know we are supposed to enter what we see but I wonder if this minor variance would make any difference in the scheme of things? Craig
And ...if you haven't already done so, a look at:http://forum.oldweather.org/index.php?topic=1056.msg9861#msg9861will show a 35 degree difference between those directions. That's about 10% of the total possible directions ...