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" NW, when the clouds clear off and fine weather again succeeds. Off Conception Point gales and strong breezes are so frequent as to obtain for it the appellation of the Cape Horn of California. They are mostly from North to West, and frequently blow with... "
General Examination of the Pacific Ocean - Page 45
by Charles Philippe de Kerhallet, Charles Henry Davis - 1861 - 212 pages
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A directory for the navigation of the Pacific ocean, Volume 2

Alexander George Findlay - 1851
...the wind changes, which it often does very suddenly, and blows as hard for a few hours from the NW, when the clouds clear off and fine weather again succeeds....the same time, within a mile or two of the land, a clear, bright sky, and open horizon are to be found : if disappointed in this you have but to wear,...
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Mexico and Central America Pilot (Pacific Coast) from the United States to ...

United States. Hydrographic Office - Pilot guides - 1918 - 415 pages
...a single cloud until they begin to moderate. A remarkable feature of this coast is the existence of frequent and dense fogs, which during more than half the year render the coast navigation from San Diego northward most unpleasant. From San Francisco to Vancouver Island the...
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