Bora Bora WindThe Bora Bora Wind
Latest pictures of Bura in Korcula (March 2015)
or in Croatian Bura is a northerly to northeastern wind that flows along the coast of the adriatic, whose name is derived from the mythologic character of Boreas - the northwind. The Bura is a gusting wind and is especially widespread in winters. The harshest blowing wind is when a low headland is located above the snow-capped peaks of the inner plateaus behind the coast and a quiet low headland further southwards above the warm waters of the Croatian Sea.
Bura will increase as the temperature gets even lower. `dunkle Bora' (Bora scura) is a variant of the Bura wind with properties of low, gray haze that move towards the sea.
Bora, initially known as a very powerful wind blowing from the NE to the ADRIA in Italy, Slovenia and Croatia. This is most frequent in winters and happens when cool wind traverses the mountain from the eastern side and goes down to the coastline; therefore it is generally considered as gravitational (or catabatic) wind.
Bora stands for similar wind in other parts of Europe, among them Bulgaria, the Black Sea and Novaya Zemlya in the Arctic of Russia and in the west of the United States on the east side of the Rocky Mountains.
Wind, Surf & Wheather Forecasts Bora Bora Aéroport
These are the wind, waves and meteorological predictions for Bora Bora Aéroport in Bora-Bora, French Polynesia. It is forecasted under the GFS-Modell. Predictions are available around the world. Predictions are calculated 4x daily at 19:00, 1:00, 7:00 and 1:00 Tahiti time. They are pointing in the wind that blows.
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