TIL about cross sea waves – square waves, also known as square seas. They are formed when the winds of two weather systems – one old and one new – meet. The result looks like a quilt-like pattern of squares on the surface of the sea. Cross seas usually occur along coastal areas and are rare.

Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross_sea

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