Ahaa – this is not about low flying aircraft but fast moving currents of air in the lowest 2000m of the atmosphere that follow coastlines with mountainous terrains. While generally narrow in nature they can extend several hundred nm offshore in width and can cause periodic heavy seas for shipping. They have also become of …
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Matthew Conticchio is from Brewster, New York and has a Bachelor of Science in Atmospheric Science with a specialization in Meteorology from Stony Brook University. He has been with FleetWeather since October 2020 and is currently a Forecaster on the Atlantic Orcas watch.