Mid Labrador Coast
Issued 04:00 AM NDT 04 May 2015
Today Tonight and Tuesday
Wind southeast 15 knots increasing to southeast 25 near noon then diminishing to northwest 15 near midnight. Wind increasing to northwest 25 Tuesday morning.
Rain beginning this evening changing to flurries Tuesday morning and ending Tuesday afternoon. Fog patches.
Temperatures near plus 3 today tonight and Tuesday.
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Ice ForecastsIssued 10:00 AM EDT 3 May 2015 Today Tonight and Monday
Ice EdgeIce edge estimated from 4830N 5305W to 4740N 5100W to 4800N 4930W to
5300N 5400W to 5340N 5230W to 5450N 5230W to 5630N 5630W to 5800N
5730W then northward. Sea ice north and west of the ice edge.
9 tenths of first-year ice including a trace of old ice.
Iceberg BulletinIssued 11:00 AM EDT 3 May 2015
Iceberg LimitIceberg limit at 0000 UTC 3 May estimated from Newfoundland near
4650N 5400W to 4500N 5345W to 4215N 4945W to 4215N 4830W to 4600N
3600W to 4730N 3600W to 5100N 3830W to 6000N 5630W.
Western iceberg limit at 0000 UTC 3 May estimated from Quebec near
5014N 6000W to Newfoundland near 4934N 5755W.
Iceberg CountUnknown number of icebergs.
No watches or warnings in effect.
Technical Marine SynopsisIssued 4:00 AM NDT 4 May 2015 Today Tonight and Tuesday At 4:00 a.m. NDT today trough located over northern Quebec.
By 4:00 a.m. NDT Tuesday departing trough located on a line
east-west over Baffin Island.
At 9:30 p.m. NDT tonight low 1005 mb located off the Mid Labrador
By 9:30 p.m. NDT Tuesday low 995 mb located over the northeastern
South Labrador Sea.
At 4:00 a.m. NDT today trough located over Belle Isle Bank.
By 9:30 p.m. NDT tonight dissipating trough located over eastern
Belle Isle Bank.
Marine Weather StatementIssued 4:01 AM NDT 4 May 2015 A trough of low pressure will move eastward across northern marine
waters today. Strong to gale force southeasterlies will develop ahead
of this feature today.
Additionally, a low pressure system will form off the Mid Labrador
Coast this evening and deepen as it slowly moves eastward to lie over
the Northeastern South Labrador Sea by Tuesday evening. Strong to
gale force southerlies ahead of this feature will shift to strong to
gale force northerlies behind it.
Marine interests are advised that gale warnings are in effect for the
North Labrador Coast and the Labrador Sea.
Arctic - Eastern Arctic Area
- Arviat - eastern half
- Arviat - western half
- Central Brevoort - northern half
- Central Brevoort - southern half
- Central - eastern half
- Central - western half
- Clarence - northern half
- Clarence - southern half
- Coats - northern half
- Coats - southern half
- East Baffin
- East Brevoort - northern half
- East Brevoort - southern half
- East Clyde - northern half
- East Clyde - southern half
- East Davis - northern half
- East Davis - southern half
- East Foxe
- East Labrador Sea
- Eureka - southern half
- Frobisher Bay
- Jones - eastern half
- Jones - western half
- Kane - southern half
- Lancaster - eastern half
- Lancaster - western half
- Mid Labrador Coast
- Navy Board
- Northwest Labrador Sea - eastern half
- Northwest Labrador Sea - western half
- North Labrador Coast
- Nottingham - eastern half
- Nottingham - western half
- Prince Charles
- Puvirnituq - northern half
- Puvirnituq - southern half
- Rankin - northern half
- Rankin - southern half
- Resolution - eastern half
- Resolution - western half
- Roes Welcome - northern half
- Roes Welcome - southern half
- South Labrador Sea - northwestern half
- South Sverdrup
- South-central Hudson - eastern half
- St. Roch
- West Baffin
- West Brevoort - northern half
- West Brevoort - southern half
- West Clyde - northern half
- West Clyde - southern half
- West Davis - northern half
- West Davis - southern half
- West Foxe
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