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Costa da Caparica Notations
Qualité quand ça marche: 3.6
Consistance des Vagues: 3.3
Niveau de Difficulté: 2.3
Planche à voile et Kite Surf: 3.1
Foule a l'Eau: 2.7

Général: 3.6

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  1. weather stationWind Update Continuing clean conditions at Costa da Caparica (calm at SJoao da Caparica Setubal wx 2 km from Costa da Caparica). 1.1m 12 s period swell from NW with an additional 0.5m 8 s period swell from W , plus 0.9m 5 s period wind swell from NNW
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Actual: 33 min ago

Calm
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Clean
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Costa da Caparica Prévisions de Surf / Lisboa / Portugal

48h Météo Surf, émis 12 pm Thursday 20 Sep 2018 WEST

La hauteur de houle à Costa da Caparica est en océan ouvert. Les vagues déferlantes seront souvent plus petites sur des spots moins exposés.

D'aujourd'hui Costa da Caparica température de la mer: 18.7 °C (Statistiques pour 20 Sep 1981-2005 - moyenne: 20.4 max: 21.8 min: 18.9 °C)

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Notation
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2
2
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
2
3
3
2
Hauteur de Vagues (m) & direction (?)
1.3
NW
1.3
NW
1.4
NW
1.3
NW
1.3
NW
1.4
NW
1.3
NW
1.5
NW
1.2
NW
1.2
NW
1.6
NW
1.3
NW
1.3
NW
1.3
NW
1.4
NW
1.6
NW
1.5
NW
1.4
NW
Période(s) (?)10101012121111101010101010101010109
Surfscale.metric
Graphique
Vague
(?)
Énergie(?)290296365503469439361460304304530335328315341437391339
Vent
(km/h)
10
N
15
NNW
25
NNW
25
NNW
25
N
20
N
20
N
15
N
20
N
20
NNW
25
NNW
25
NNW
20
N
20
N
15
N
10
N
10
NNE
10
NNW
Etat du vent(?)crosscross-
on
cross-
on
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on
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off
cross-
off
cross
État de la marée(?)
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Marée haute
/ hauteur (m)

12:38PM
2.20




1:08AM
2.15



1:21PM
2.37



1:46AM
2.31



Marée basse
/ hauteur (m)



6:59PM
0.72




7:10AM
0.73



7:39PM
0.56



7:47AM
0.56

Note: Les marée ci-dessus sont for Costa de Caparica which is 1 km away. Les caractéristiques du surf et le timing de la marée sont calculés pour Costa da Caparica.Une nouvelle prévision est émise toutes les 6 heures à www.surf-forecast.com. Voir infos détaillées et graphiques des marées

Le vent de terre à Costa da Caparica souffle du E.
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clear
clear
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Résumé
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Pluie (mm)
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Temp. °C
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Refroid. °C (?)
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Lever du soleil
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Coucher du soleil
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