Difference between revisions of "Talk:Climate of Faeland"
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exactly north of azores and west of channel islands:
winds around the island
island lies north of the trades, with air being predominantly westerly. the rain shadow affects the faelish plain by reducing the amount of rain, decreasing as one moves east as the Fault allows winds to "cut around the back" producing the densely wooded and soft rains of the north face (with its large attendant rivers).
the above is in conjunction with the warm waters of the gulf stream (see below) washing the SW shores, literally forking at the aroese gulf, known for its treacherous swirling currents.
waters around the island
the north atlantic drift is sliced in two by the island, with the swifter, more massive N Atlantic Drift veering to the north over top of the island and the slower Rennell Current circling around the southern portion of the island toward the Biscayne Gulf
include a graphic showing precipitation over the island/ patterns over the mountains
see if this works, might need tyo update wikimedia install
faelish windery and waterage