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Winds at Japan Nuclear Sites Sending Radiation Out to Sea Again

Jim Andrews, Senior Meteorologist
accuweather.com [1]
March 16, 2011

Brisk offshore winds today will continue to direct any released radioactive matter out to sea from sites along the quake-ravaged northeastern coast of Japan.

The favorable winds will blow mostly from the northwest at 15-30 mph throughout northeastern Honshu into Thursday, local time.

This would follow a bout of onshore winds in the lowermost atmosphere on Tuesday and Tuesday night, local time.

Tuesday’s easterly to southeasterly winds wafting along the east-facing coast would imply that any radioactive matter being released at the time by stricken nuclear power plants should have drifted over land normally having a significant population.

Authorities have cleared all residents from a 20-km-radius (or about 12 miles) exclusion area.

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