A lot of stories about wind, but not many suggestions for how to ride in it, probably because there isn't much you can do.
Last year for Laguna Seca I was heading up the 101 when I got into a strong headwind about 45 degrees to the right. It kept blowing me around. I lowered the windshield, leaned on the tank, and hoped that the laminar flow plate, which was wobbling like mad, wouldn't blow off and hit me in the face. I really fought it for about 20 miles. Traffic around me didn't seem to notice. I'm guessing it's windy there a lot, or I'm just a bad driver.
I think the DOT suggestion is a good one. Accuweather has wind advisories, but I cannot find a way to really zoom in and see the location. I've also found accuweather temperatures to not be very accurate. weather.com doesn't really show wind maps to good detail either. I wish there was a better source of information for this, with more scalable maps, but hey, we don't want to become too dependent on technology.
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