Video: Maestral wind arrival in Korcula / Peljesac Channel

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This 25 seconds video is made of series of 95 photos taken every minute on 23 November 2009.
Photos are shooted by fixed webcam located in Korcula, Sveti Nikola, with views over Peljesac Channel.
The video is silent, covering period between 11.30 and 13.40 and shows change of the sea pattern due to arrival of Maestral wind from the west. Maestral is a typical Adriatic summer northwestern wind and one of those winds that are characteristic for beautiful and stable weather. After the morning calm, almost always around noon during summer begins its pleasant circulation that can last, with increases, to dusk. The maestral can reach force 5 to 6 winds, while areas where this wind is most common are the Zadar and Korcula channels. See photo of Strong Maestral Wind in Korcula + Read more about winds around Korcula

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