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JoeBleaux

Historical Weather Data

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Hello, I'm curious if anyone knows where to find historical GRIB files and/or current files on the NOAA website, or else where. I've heard Stan Honey talking about being able to pull it from NOAA's website, but I can find it for the life of me. I'm doing my first big(ish) offshore race this summer. We have a great navigator running the show, but I'm curious to check out the planning/routing side of it my self. I did talk to the nav, he wasn't sure where to find them, I think he's done the trip enough that he has them in his head. Mostly looking for the Eastern half of the Gulf of Mexico. Appreciate the help.

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NOAA has truckloads of historical and has them in grib2 format I think. Dont know your Nav program but Adrena has a NOAA Toolbox feature to assist their retrieval.

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Digital Atmosphere 

Try free & You can to see climate datebase.  

Its possible or same difficult.

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