Are you wondering where you can check the weather and wind forecasts for Punta Trettu? Here below you can find the best websites for checking the weather and wind forecasts in Punta Trettu.
Anyway, you shall keep in mind that, thanks o the Venturi effect and the local thermal wind, in the period from April to to October, the wind of Mistral (NW) and the wind of Scirocco (SE) in Punta Trettu are often between 5 and 10 knots stronger than what the forecast says. In particular, the Mistral, in the sunny days,could enter with over 10 knots more than the forecasts! In fact, the models of weather forecasts have approximatly 50 km resolution so they can’t predict wind conditions with exact accurancy. In a weather forecast website / model you can see a forecast “in that area” but real wind conditions on a specific spot can be determined by local effects. Locals effect are determined by many factors and just the locals know how are working the thermal winds.
Weather forecast in Punta Trettu Sardinia
Keeping in mind what it has been clairified before, to check the weather forecast in Punta Trettu, you can have a look at the following Weather forecast services:
Wind Statistics in Punta Trettu, Sardinia
In Punta Trettu, the wind blows constantly for a high percentage of days during the year with a steady wind.
The useful winds in Punta Trettu are:
- The Mistral, wind blowing from North-west that predominates during April to September.
- The Scirocco, wind blowing from South-East , that is useful when blowing strongly. It pass the channel of Sant’Antioco and enters clear into the bay of Punta Trettu.
- The Levante, blowing from East, enters clear into the bay. Punta Trettu a part, Poetto beach of Cagliari and Chia are perhaps the only kite spots of south Sardinia where this wind works really well.
- The Ponente, blowing from West, and the Libeccio, blowing from south West, work well if they are strong.
Curiosities about the Wind
Wind that we perceive is basically air in motion that moves through the atmosphere from a zone of greater pressure (less Temperature) to an area of lower Pressure (higher Temperature); the intensity of the wind depends on the distance between the two areas and theirs pressure difference.
Wind is measured by giving direction, orientation and speed:
- direction is expressed as an angle with respect to the North
- speed is usually expressed in m/s, but wind speed is expressed in knots that corresponds to a marine mile ≡ 1,862 Km per hour.
1 knot = 1.862 km/hour