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Jul 18, 2021
Recently some have been calling about their booked trips and alleged weather conditions when their trip is scheduled days in advance. Most, if not all of these concerns are by watching the weather channel. The folks at the weather channel know little about our local weather and do not explain the difference in weather patterns along the coast vs inland. The weather channel is also in the business of selling advertisements for income and by creating concerns to folks to keep them watching helps in their selling of ads. Coastal weather is different than inland weather as the heat of the day sometimes produces small rain events and even a small thunderstorm now and then. In most cases, as was the case today, sea conditions were slick calm, there was no rain out to 30 miles offshore, but there were a few local showers inland from the beach. This was a typical weather day for the summer season in Panama City, FL. Being on the water here for 56 years I am well aware of the type weather we have and i make the decision on if weather is a factor to cancel a trip or not on the day of the trip. If sea conditions are too rough for an enjoyable trip I will cancel and reschedule if possible. Rain does not cause cancellation of trips. If you have a trip booked and are concerned about the weather you can contact me and I will do my best to provide you the info that will be the real weather here, not that of the people in business to sell ads. Capt Bob