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Old 27 July 2003, 08:53   #1
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Marine weather info site for St johns area

Well we are getting close to both AP and crew and Bear and crew leaving Canada,I wish them both a safe trip,and will be udating the weather info daily so we can see what they are up to daily.

The best link I can find at the moment is

http://www.wunderground.com/MAR/canam.html

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http://www.wunderground.com/MAR/canam_wave.html

Also
http://www.wunderground.com/MAR/CN/007.html

Also http://www.oceanweather.com/data/

Also http://weatheroffice.ec.gc.ca/marine/region_10_e.html
Also
http://weatheroffice.ec.gc.ca/marine...tlantic_e.html

Also http://ice-glaces.ec.gc.ca/App/WsvPa...?ID=1&Lang=eng

If anybody can get any better links and wants to explain what it all means then let us now as ,I dont think many of us have read ice flow charts. I have never seen one before so dont ask me. I think if we can all pool our knolledge on this it will be hepfull to all.

Good luck boys
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This morning will update the 3.30 forcast

marine forecast for Newfoundland issued by Environment Canada at 10.00 am NDT on Sunday 27 July 2003 for today and Monday. The next scheduled forecast will be issued at 3.30 PM.

Belle Isle northeast coast north of cape St John. Winds easterly 10 to 15 knots with gusts to 20 near the coast. Winds veering to southeast 15 to 20 this evening. Winds backing to easterly 25 overnight then diminishing to variable 10 to 15 Monday evening. Occasional rain. Fog patches. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

Northeast coast cape St John and south. Winds variable 10 to 15 knots becoming southeast 15 this afternoon then increasing to southeast 25 Monday morning. Winds veering to southwest 25 Monday evening. Occasional showers developing this afternoon changing to rain overnight. Rain on Monday. Fog patches becoming fog banks on Monday. Visibility fair in precipitation and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

Northeast Gulf Gulf-Port au Port. Winds southwest 15 knots backing to southeast 15 to 20 this evening then increasing to southeast 25 to 30 overnight. Winds veering to southwest 25 Monday afternoon. Occasional showers changing to rain or thundershowers overnight. Rain or thundershowers on Monday. Fog patches. Visibility fair in precipitation and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

Southwest coast. Winds southwest 15 to 20 knots backing to southerly 20 to 25 near midnight. Winds veering to southwest 25 Monday afternoon. Occasional rain. Fog patches becoming fog banks overnight. Fog banks on Monday. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

South coast. Winds southwest 15 to 20 knots increasing to southwest 25 this evening then backing to southerly 30 near noon Monday. Winds veering to southwest 25 Monday evening. Occasional rain beginning near noon. Occasional rain on Monday. Fog banks. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

East coast. Gale Warning continued. Winds southwest 15 to 20 knots increasing to southwest 25 this evening and to southerly gales 35 Monday afternoon. Gales diminishing to southwest winds 25 Monday evening. Occasional rain beginning this afternoon. Occasional rain on Monday. Fog banks. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

Belle Isle Bank northern half. Gale Warning continued. Winds light becoming easterly 15 knots near dawn Monday then increasing to easterly 25 Monday afternoon. Winds increasing to easterly gales 35 Monday evening. Rain beginning Monday afternoon. Fog banks. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

Belle Isle Bank southern half. Gale Warning continued. Winds light becoming easterly 15 knots this evening then increasing to easterly 25 overnight. Winds increasing to easterly gales 35 Monday afternoon. Gales diminishing to southerly winds 25 Monday evening. Rain beginning Monday morning. Fog banks. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

Funk Island Bank. Gale Warning continued. Winds light becoming southeast 15 knots overnight then increasing to southeast 25 Monday morning. Winds increasing to southerly gales 35 Monday evening. Rain beginning Monday morning. Fog banks. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

Northern Grand Banks. Gale Warning continued. Winds southwest 20 knots diminishing to southwest 15 this afternoon. Winds increasing to southerly 25 Monday afternoon and to southerly gales 35 Monday evening. Rain beginning Monday afternoon. Extensive fog becoming fog patches this afternoon then becoming fog banks on Monday. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

Southeastern Grand Banks southwestern Grand Banks. Winds southwest 15 to 20 knots increasing to southerly 20 to 30 near noon Monday. Rain beginning Monday morning. Fog banks. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change.
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Ice berg forcast

iceberg bulletin for east coast waters and the Strait of Belle Isle and its approaches issued by the Canadian Ice Service of Environment Canada at 1500 UTC Sunday 27 July 2003.

The limit of all known icebergs at 1200 UTC is estimated to extend from the coast of Newfoundland at 4915n 5330w to 5115n 5000w to 5200n 4945w to 5530n 5300w to 5700n 5500w then eastward.

The western limit of all known icebergs is estimated at 5750w and north of 5035n.

There are scattered icebergs inside the limit except numerous icebergs north of 5100n and west of 5500w.

In the eastern approaches to the Strait of Belle Isle between 51n and 54n there are scattered except numerous icebergs west of 5500w.

In the Strait there are numerous icebergs east of 5700w and isolated icebergs west of 5700w.

All ships operating in this area are requested to report their position course and ice observation every six hours to ice St Johns via any Canadian marine radio station.

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Couple of webcams of Newfoundland

NTV webcam on:

http://www.ntv.ca/cgi-bin/ntvfrm.pl?...ion/skycam.htp

(not showing a helluva lot at present!)

http://142.163.191.17/indexFrame.html

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Old 27 July 2003, 11:49   #5
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Cheers Alan, looks a bit drissly.

There seems like theres no 60ft rollers in the atlantic today.Thank god see

http://www.oceanweather.com/data/ and click on wave height they are bigger off the west coast of Irland and getting bigger.

That southern Hemisphere looks a real dodgy place to me.
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3.30pm forcast

marine forecast for Newfoundland issued by Environment Canada at 3.30 PM NDT on Sunday 27 July 2003 for tonight and Monday with an outlook for Tuesday. The next scheduled forecast will be issued at 8.00 PM.

Belle Isle northeast coast north of cape St John. Winds easterly 15 to 20 knots increasing to easterly 25 overnight. Winds diminishing to variable 10 to 15 Monday evening. Occasional rain. Fog patches. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...moderate northeasterlies increasing to strong northwesterlies.

Northeast coast cape St John and south. Winds easterly 15 knots increasing to southeast 25 Monday morning then veering to southwest 20 Monday evening. Occasional rain. Fog patches becoming fog banks on Monday. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong southwesterlies shifting to strong northwesterlies.

Northeast Gulf Gulf-Port au Port. Winds variable 10 to 15 knots increasing to southeast 15 to 20 this evening and to southeast 25 to 30 overnight. Winds veering to southwest 25 Monday afternoon. Showers changing to rain or thundershowers overnight. Rain or thundershowers on Monday. Fog patches. Visibility fair in precipitation and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong southwesterlies diminishing to moderate westerlies.

Southwest coast. Winds southwest 15 knots increasing to southerly 25 near midnight then veering to southwest 20 Monday afternoon. Occasional showers changing to rain or thundershowers overnight ending Monday afternoon. Fog patches becoming fog banks overnight. Fog banks on Monday. Visibility fair in precipitation and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong southwesterlies diminishing to moderate westerlies.

South coast. Gale Warning issued. Winds southwest 15 to 20 knots increasing to southwest 25 overnight and to southerly gales 35 Monday morning. Gales diminishing to southwest winds 25 Monday evening. Occasional showers changing to rain or thundershowers Monday morning ending Monday evening. Fog banks. Visibility fair in precipitation and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong southwesterlies.

East coast. Gale Warning continued. Winds southwest 15 to 20 knots increasing to southwest 25 near dawn Monday and to southerly gales 35 Monday afternoon. Gales diminishing to southwest winds 25 Monday evening. Occasional showers changing to rain or thundershowers Monday afternoon. Fog banks. Visibility fair in precipitation and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong southwesterlies.

Belle Isle Bank northern half. Gale Warning continued. Winds light becoming easterly 15 knots near dawn Monday then increasing to easterly 25 Monday afternoon. Winds increasing to easterly gales 35 Monday evening. Rain beginning Monday afternoon. Fog banks. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong northeasterlies shifting to strong northwesterlies.

Belle Isle Bank southern half. Gale Warning continued. Winds light becoming easterly 15 knots this evening then increasing to easterly 25 overnight. Winds increasing to easterly gales 35 Monday afternoon. Gales diminishing to southerly winds 20 Monday evening. Rain beginning Monday morning. Fog banks. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...moderate to strong southwesterlies shifting to strong northwesterlies.

Funk Island Bank. Gale Warning continued. Winds light becoming easterly 15 knots near midnight then increasing to southeast 25 Monday morning. Winds increasing to southerly gales 35 Monday evening. Occasional showers changing to rain Monday morning. Fog banks. Visibility fair in precipitation and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong southwesterlies.

Northern Grand Banks. Gale Warning continued. Winds southwest 15 to 20 knots backing to southerly 25 Monday afternoon then increasing to southerly gales 35 Monday evening. Occasional showers changing to rain near noon Monday. Fog banks. Visibility fair in precipitation and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong southwesterlies.

Southeastern Grand Banks southwestern Grand Banks. Winds southwest 15 to 20 knots increasing to southerly 20 to 30 near noon Monday. Rain beginning Monday morning. Fog banks. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...moderate to strong southwesterlies.
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Current Conditions Observed on: Sunday, July 27, 2003 at 19:00 UTC
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Temperature
18C Pressure:
Pressure101.0kPa Wind
SW 11 knots





Environment Canada Weather Forecast

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Marine Forecast issued for Sable.
Issued: 3.30 PM ADT Sunday 27 July 2003.
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Synopsis:
A low pressure system over southern Qubec will move slowly eastward to lie just north of Anticosti Monday evening. Moderate to strong southwesterlies ahead of the low will veer slightly to strong west to southwesterlies on Monday as an associated cold front moves across the district. Occasional gusts to gale force are likely especially over the northern waters.
On Tuesday winds will diminish to as the low pulls away to the east.
Small craft are warned that winds of 20 knots or more are forecast for all coastal waters.

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Forecast:
Winds southwest 15 to 20 knots with gusts to 30 near the coast.
Winds increasing to southwest 20 to 25 Monday morning with gusts To 35 near the coast. Occasional showers changing to occasional showers or thundershowers this evening ending Monday morning. Fog patches lifting Monday morning. Visibility fair in showers and Poor in fog. Little temperature change.
Outlook for Tuesday...Moderate westerlies diminishing to light Winds.

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whats happening off Newfoundland soutwest coast

Southwest Coast
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Current Conditions from Environment Canada
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Environment Canada Weather Forecast

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Marine Forecast issued for Southwest coast.
Issued: 3.30 PM NDT on Sunday 27 July 2003.
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A trough of low pressure is forecast to intensify as it approaches from the west tonight and will move to lie across northern waters late Monday. Generally moderate to strong east or southeasterlies well ahead of the trough increase to strong to gale force as it nears. Strong to gale force south or southwesterlies are forecast south of this feature.
Marine interests are advised that gale warnings are in effect for The south coast..East coast..Belle Isle Bank..Funk Island Bank..And the northern Grand Banks.

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Forecast:
Winds southwest 15 knots increasing to southerly 25 near midnight then veering to southwest 20 Monday afternoon. Occasional showers changing to rain or thundershowers overnight ending Monday Afternoon. Fog patches becoming fog banks overnight. Fog banks on Monday. Visibility fair in precipitation and poor in fog. Little temperature change.
Outlook for Tuesday...Strong southwesterlies diminishing to Moderate westerlies.

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Well these dont look very good unless your there already.

Well these forcasts dont look good for the next couple of days at best unless you like a run out with 30knts of wind.

Looks like unless your there then it could be a real bumpy ride if you decide to go.

I have copied the synoptic charts but cant send them through,can somebody else do it,Ta.

The site is http://www.oceanweather.com/data/ and click on marine observation for the area.

Any body able to copy a map of the area and post it,it may be of help to others.

Good luck Boys
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Environment Canada Weather Forecast

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Marine Forecast issued for Banquereau.
Issued: 3.30 PM ADT Sunday 27 July 2003.
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A low pressure system over southern Qubec will move slowly eastward to lie just north of Anticosti Monday evening. Moderate to strong southwesterlies ahead of the low will veer slightly to strong west to southwesterlies on Monday as an associated cold front moves across the district. Occasional gusts to gale force are likely especially over the northern waters.
On Tuesday winds will diminish to as the low pulls away to the east.
Small craft are warned that winds of 20 knots or more are forecast for all coastal waters.

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Winds southwest 15 to 20 knots backing to southerly 20 to 25 near midnight. Winds veering to southwest 25 Monday afternoon.
Occasional showers changing to occasional showers thundershowers And fog patches this evening ending Monday afternoon. Visibility Poor in showers and fog. Little temperature change.
Outlook for Tuesday...Strong southwesterlies diminishing to light winds
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Labrador South

marine forecast for Labrador issued by Environment Canada at 4.00 PM NDT on Sunday 27 July 2003 for tonight and Monday with an outlook for Tuesday. The next scheduled forecast will be issued at 9.30 PM.

Lake Melville. Gale Warning continued. Winds southeast 15 to 20 knots backing to easterly 20 to 25 overnight then increasing to northeast winds 30 to gales 35 Monday afternoon. Occasional showers or thundershowers ending this evening. Rain beginning Monday morning. Fog patches. Visibility fair in precipitation and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong northeasterlies diminishing to moderate northwesterlies.

South Labrador coast. Gale Warning continued. Winds easterly 15 knots increasing to easterly 20 Monday morning and to easterly winds 30 to gales 35 Monday afternoon. Rain beginning near noon Monday. Fog patches. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong northeasterlies shifting to strong northwesterlies.

Mid Labrador coast Hopedale and south. Winds easterly 15 to 20 knots increasing to easterly 30 Monday afternoon. Fog patches. Visibility poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong northeasterlies shifting to strong northwesterlies.

Mid Labrador coast north of Hopedale. Winds easterly 15 to 20 knots backing to northeast 20 to 25 Monday evening. Fog patches. Visibility poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong northeasterlies shifting to strong northwesterlies.

North Labrador coast northwest Labrador Sea. Winds southeast 10 to 15 knots tonight and easterly 10 to 15 on Monday. Fog patches. Visibility poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...moderate northwesterlies.

South Labrador Sea southern half. Winds light becoming easterly 15 knots Monday morning then increasing to easterly 20 to 25 Monday afternoon. Winds increasing to easterly 30 Monday evening. Rain beginning Monday evening. Fog patches becoming fog banks on Monday. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong northeasterlies shifting to strong northwesterlies.

South Labrador Sea northern half. Winds light becoming easterly 15 knots Monday morning then increasing to northeast 20 to 25 Monday evening. Fog patches. Visibility poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...strong northeasterlies shifting to strong northwesterlies.

East Labrador Sea. Winds northwest 10 to 15 knots tonight and Monday. Fog patches. Visibility poor in fog. Little temperature change. Outlook for Tuesday...moderate to strong northerlies.
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Well there off and a safe passage to all of you.
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safe passage to all of you.
Yup, all the best for a good crossing.

Hey, 'horse, you've been putting the time into the research!
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Yep Im interested ,These ribs are the ultimate cruisers.


Here is another Greenalnd link, with

loads of info

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greenland



A geenland link for where there going,Good luck and safe passage.http://weather.noaa.gov/weather/GL_cc.html
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Whats going on at the south tip of greenland

Updated: 2:50 PM WGST on July 28, 2003
Observed at Narsarsuaq, Greenland
Temperature 61 F / 16 C
Humidity 63%
Dew Point 48 F / 9 C
Wind West at 9 mph / 14.5 km/h
Wind Gust -
Pressure 29.50 in / 999 hPa
Conditions Scattered Clouds
Visibility -
Clouds
(Above Ground Level) (FEW) : 4000 ft / 1221 m
Scattered Clouds (SCT) : 18000 ft / 5488 m

Yesterday's Maximum 63 F / 17 C approx.
Yesterday's Minimum 46 F / 8 C approx.
Yesterday's Heating Degree Days 11 approx.
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July 28, 2003 Sun Rise Sun Set
Actual Time 4:22 AM WGST 9:51 PM WGST
Civil Twilight 3:11 AM WGST 11:01 PM WGST
Nautical Twilight
Astronomical Twilight
Moon 2:37 AM WGST 11:01 PM WGST
Length of Day: 17h 29m
Length Of Visible Light: 19h 50m
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Star Chart
Today Jul 29 Aug 5 Aug 12 Aug 19
New First Quarter Full Last Quarter

Updated: 10:00 PM WGST on July 27, 2003
Monday
Clear. High: 57 F. / 14 C.
Monday Night
Scattered Clouds. Low: 42 F. / 6 C.
Tuesday
Scattered Clouds. High: 57 F. / 14 C.
Tuesday Night
Partly Cloudy. Low: 26 F. / -3 C.
Wednesday
Scattered Clouds. High: 59 F. / 15 C.
Wednesday Night
Scattered Clouds. Low: 42 F. / 6 C.
Thursday
Scattered Clouds. High: 60 F. / 16 C.
Thursday Night
Scattered Clouds. Low: 41 F. / 5 C.
Friday
Scattered Clouds. High: 60 F. / 16 C.
Friday Night
Scattered Clouds. Low: 30 F. / -1 C.
Saturday
Scattered Clouds. High: 59 F. / 15 C.
Saturday Night
Scattered Clouds. Low: 30 F. / -1 C.
Sunday
Chance of Rain. High: 53 F. / 12 C.
Sunday Night
Scattered Clouds. Low: 44 F. / 7 C.


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Labrador Sea

marine forecast for Labrador issued by Environment Canada at 9.30 am NDT on Monday 28 July 2003 for today and Tuesday. The next scheduled forecast will be issued at 4.00 PM.

Lake Melville. Gale Warning continued. Winds easterly 20 to 25 knots increasing to northeast winds 30 to gales 35 this afternoon. Gales diminishing to northeast winds 25 Tuesday morning and to northerly 15 Tuesday afternoon and to light Tuesday evening. Rain ending overnight. Fog patches lifting Tuesday afternoon. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

South Labrador coast. Gale Warning continued. Winds easterly 20 to 25 knots increasing to easterly winds 30 to gales 35 this afternoon. Gales diminishing to northerly winds 25 overnight and to northwest 15 Tuesday evening. Rain tapering to occasional showers overnight ending Tuesday afternoon. Fog patches lifting Tuesday morning. Visibility fair in precipitation and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

Mid Labrador coast Hopedale and south. Winds southeast 15 to 20 knots backing to northeast 25 this evening and to northerly 15 to 20 Tuesday afternoon. Winds backing to northwest 10 to 15 Tuesday evening. Occasional showers developing this evening ending Tuesday morning. Fog banks forming this afternoon lifting Tuesday afternoon. Visibility fair in showers and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

Mid Labrador coast north of Hopedale. Winds easterly 10 to 15 knots increasing to easterly 15 to 20 this afternoon then backing to northeast 20 this evening. Winds backing to northerly 15 Tuesday morning then diminishing to light Tuesday evening. Fog patches forming this afternoon lifting Tuesday afternoon. Visibility poor in fog. Little temperature change.

North Labrador coast northwest Labrador Sea. Winds easterly 10 to 15 knots today and northerly 10 to 15 on Tuesday. Fog patches becoming occasional mist on Tuesday. Visibility poor in fog. Little temperature change.

South Labrador Sea southern half. Winds light becoming easterly 15 knots near noon then increasing to easterly 25 early this evening. Winds backing to northeast 25 overnight and to northerly 20 to 25 Tuesday afternoon and to northwest 15 to 20 Tuesday evening. Rain beginning this evening ending Tuesday afternoon. Fog banks becoming fog patches Tuesday afternoon lifting Tuesday evening. Visibility fair in rain and poor in fog. Little temperature change.

South Labrador Sea northern half. Winds light becoming easterly 15 knots this afternoon then backing to northeast 15 to 20 this evening. Winds backing to northwest 10 to 15 Tuesday afternoon. Fog patches lifting Tuesday afternoon. Visibility poor in fog. Little temperature change.

East Labrador Sea. Winds northwest 10 to 15 knots today and northerly 10 to 15 on Tuesday. Occasional mist forming on Tuesday. Visibility fair in mist. Little temperature change.
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Alans on his way and Bears tracking goes live

Alans on his way safley I hope and Bear Grylis Tracking goes live.

See Go to Bear grylis site and click on Marine tracking


http://www.arctic2003.com/

I will update with a Current Halifax Forcast.
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This is what Bear and Crew are looking at today

amended marine forecast for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada at 12.20 PM ADT Monday 28 July 2003 for today and Tuesday with an outlook for Wednesday. The next scheduled forecast will be issued at 3.30 PM.

Cabot Strait. Gale Warning issued. Winds southwest 25 knots increasing to westerly winds 25 to gales 35 this evening. Gales diminishing to westerly winds 20 to 25 Tuesday morning and to northwest 15 Tuesday afternoon and to light near midnight Tuesday. Occasional showers developing this evening ending Tuesday morning. Visibility fair in showers. Little temperature change. Outlook for Wednesday...light winds.

Northumberland Strait Gulf-Magdalen. Gale Warning issued. Winds southwest 25 to gales 35 knots veering to westerly winds 25 to gales 35 early this evening then diminishing to westerly winds 20 to 25 overnight. Winds diminishing to westerly 15 to 20 Tuesday morning and to light Tuesday afternoon. Occasional showers developing this evening ending Tuesday morning. Visibility fair in showers. Little temperature change. Outlook for Wednesday...light winds.

Chaleur-miscou. Gale Warning continued. Winds westerly 30 to gales 40 knots diminishing to northwest winds 20 to 25 overnight and to northwest 15 to 20 Tuesday morning. Winds diminishing to light Tuesday afternoon. Occasional showers ending overnight. Visibility fair in showers. Little temperature change. Outlook for Wednesday...light winds.

Northeastern half of anticosti. Winds southeast 15 to 20 knots becoming variable 15 early this evening then increasing to northwest 20 to 25 overnight. Winds diminishing to northwest 15 to 20 Tuesday morning and to light Tuesday afternoon. Occasional rain beginning this evening ending Tuesday morning. Visibility fair in rain. Little temperature change. Outlook for Wednesday...light winds.

Southwestern half of anticosti. Gale Warning issued. Winds variable 15 knots increasing to northwest gales 35 late this afternoon. Gales diminishing to northwest winds 20 to 25 overnight and to northwest 15 to 20 Tuesday morning and to light Tuesday afternoon. Occasional rain ending Tuesday morning. Visibility fair in rain. Little temperature change. Outlook for Wednesday...light winds.
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