marine forecast

marine forecast

[mə′rēn ′fȯr‚kast]
(meteorology)
A forecast, for a specified oceanic or coastal area, of weather elements of particular interest to maritime transportation, including wind, visibility, the general state of the weather, and storm warnings.
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Marine forecast suggests moderate to rough waves between 3 to 6 feet during the day, and slight to moderate waves between 1 to 4 feet during the night.
Keys to affordable regional marine forecast systems.
He added that the application includes satellite images, land station, weather radar and marine forecast.
marine forecast for Halifax Harbour that evening called for sustained easterly gales of 55 to 65 knots with gusts to 75 knots in the harbour approaches; in actuality, however, "Hurricane Juan made landfall as a marginal Category 2 hurricane with maximum sustained wind speeds of 85 knots.
Recreational boaters should always check the marine forecast before heading out on the water and postpone their cruise if foul weather is on the way.
In May, Tokio Marine forecast a net profit of 78 billion yen and a pretax profit of 112 billion yen.
Also in the site index, viewers will find an impressive regional weather report center, which offers a marine forecast map, coastal marine forecasts, swell height for surfers and even information from the U.
The operational implementation of the NFCENS system rides the wake of many of these recent developments and opens the opportunity of cooperation toward the establishment of new products, to the benefit of users of marine forecast data.
The marine forecast looked great: Northwest winds 20 knots, seas 3 to 5 feet, higher in the Gulf St ream.
Tokio Marine forecast its net premium income for the full year through March 31, 2001 will amount to 1.
In San Francisco recently, the broadcast gave a weather overview for central California, followed by a detailed forecast for the San Francisco--oakland area; then came a marine forecast for San Francisco, San Pablo, and Suisun bays and the Delta.

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