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English (Translate this text in English): The Meltemi wind was known by the old Greek as the Etesian northern winds, and results from a high pressure system (>1025) laying over the Balkan/Hungary area and a relatively low pressure (<1010) system over Turkey. Although this katabatic wind can bring about harsh sailing conditions it also provides cooling, low humidity and good visibility. Furthermore, it can be characterized as one of the few Mediterranean winds that do not necessarily die out at the end of the day and can easily last more than three to six days.

The Meltemi wind was known by the old Greek as the Etesian northern winds, and results from a high pressure system (>1025) laying over the Balkan/Hungary area and a relatively low pressure (<1010) system over Turkey. Although this katabatic wind can bring about harsh sailing conditions it also provides cooling, low humidity and good visibility. Furthermore, it can be characterized as one of the few Mediterranean winds that do not necessarily die out at the end of the day and can easily last more than three to six days.

English (Translate this text in English): The Meltemi wind was known by the old Greek as the Etesian northern winds, and results from a high pressure system (&gt;1025) laying over the Balkan&#47;Hungary area and a relatively low pressure (&lt;1010) system over Turkey. Although this katabatic wind can bring about harsh sailing conditions it also provides cooling, low humidity and good visibility. Furthermore, it can be characterized as one of the few Mediterranean winds that do not necessarily die out at the end of the day and can easily last more than three to six days.

English (Translate this text in English): The Meltemi wind was known by the old Greek as the Etesian northern winds, and results from a high pressure system (&amp;gt;1025) laying over the Balkan&amp;#47;Hungary area and a relatively low pressure (&amp;lt;1010) system over Turkey. Although this katabatic wind can bring about harsh sailing conditions it also provides cooling, low humidity and good visibility. Furthermore, it can be characterized as one of the few Mediterranean winds that do not necessarily die out at the end of the day and can easily last more than three to six days.

English (Translate this text in English): The Meltemi wind was known by the old Greek as the Etesian northern winds, and results from a high pressure system (&amp;amp;gt;1025) laying over the Balkan&amp;amp;#47;Hungary area and a relatively low pressure (&amp;amp;lt;1010) system over Turkey. Although this katabatic wind can bring about harsh sailing conditions it also provides cooling, low humidity and good visibility. Furthermore, it can be characterized as one of the few Mediterranean winds that do not necessarily die out at the end of the day and can easily last more than three to six days.

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