You are comparing surface wind on airgram
with upper winds at 14,000 ft (particles).
The westerly wind 32Kts at Gonubie point is not at surface.
The height slider is adjusted much higher (altitude 4200m)
@goro said in Аll models are often mistaken.:
@jmh2002 said in Аll models are often mistaken.:
Yes, I know, if you have a connection with the suppliers, tell them they're wrong.
Why do you don't do that by yourself? Start with ECMWF: https://www.ecmwf.int/en/about/contact-us
During the cold season, here the austral winter, there are currently high pressures over the pole.
In NH they bring the typical Siberian anticyclone with high pressure figures.
See « Records » in:
So 1060 hPa is not unusual in polar region.
This thermic anticyclone is not perfectly centred on the pole itself as shown by @Gkikas-LGPZ
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