Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Marine Forecast for the Gulf of St. Lawrence to Nova Scotia

To give you an idea of the marine weather forecast in the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the Cabot Strait, here it is for your interest:

Environment Canada's Official Text Forecasts

Marine Synopsis for the Maritimes

* NOTE: Corrected and/or amended bulletins are listed first *
FQCN20 CWHX 081822

Marine synopsis for the Maritimes issued by Environment Canada
At 3.30 PM ADT Tuesday 8 April 2008.

A broad area of high pressure stretching from the Gulf of St
Lawrence to Nova Scotia will gradually slide southward tonight and
Wednesday. Moderate to strong northeasterlies over southern waters
will diminish to light winds by Wednesday afternoon as the high moves
southward. Elsewhere generally light winds are forecast throughout
the period in the vicinity of the high.
On Wednesday evening a trough of low pressure will approach the
district from the west. Over westernmost waters winds will increase
to moderate southerlies ahead of the trough.

see: http://text.weatheroffice.gc.ca/forecast/textforecost_e.html?Bulletin=fqcn20.cwhx


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