Southeastern Grand Banks

Forecast

Marine Forecast

Issued 08:00 PM NST 22 November 2017

Tonight and Thursday.

Gale warning in effect.

Wind northwest 25 knots diminishing to variable 15 near midnight and to light late overnight. Wind increasing to south 25 Thursday morning and to south 35 Thursday afternoon.

Showers and fog patches.

Waves

Issued 06:00 PM NST 22 November 2017
Tonight and Thursday. Seas 5 to 7 metres subsiding to 3 to 5 this evening.

Extended Forecast

Issued 03:30 PM NST 22 November 2017
Friday Wind south 25 to 35 knots diminishing to variable 15 in the morning then increasing to northwest 20 late in the day.
Saturday Wind northwest 15 to 20 knots becoming variable 15.
Sunday Wind south 15 to 20 knots backing to southeast 25.

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Map of Atlantic - Newfoundland marine weather areas Southwestern Grand Banks - 44138 Banquereau - 44139 Tail of the Bank - 44140 Nickerson Bank - 44251 Northeast Burgeo Bank - 44255 Blanc-Sablon Airport Cap Whittle Chevery Natashquan Airport Heath Point Miscou Island Grand Étang Ingonish Beach North Mountain St.Paul Island J.A. Douglas McCurdy Sydney Airport Charlottetown Airport East Point North Cape Argentia Bonavista Burgeo Cape Race Corner Brook Daniel's Harbour Englee Ferolle Point La Scie Port aux Basques Rocky Harbour Sagona Island St. Anthony Airport St. John's Int'l Airport St. Lawrence Stephenville Airport Twillingate Winterland Wreckhouse Cartwright Airport Mary's Harbour Grates Cove Pool's Island Marticot Island Long Pond Eskasoni (First Nations) Îles de la Madeleine Airport
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Ice Conditions

Ice Forecasts

Southeastern Grand Banks

Issued 10:00 AM EST 22 November 2017 Forecasts are unavailable until further request.

Ice Forecasts

Tail of the Grand Banks

Issued 10:00 AM EST 22 November 2017 Forecasts are unavailable until further request.
 

Iceberg Bulletin

Southeastern Grand Banks

Issued 11:00 AM EST 22 November 2017

Iceberg Limit

Iceberg limit at 0000 UTC 23 Nov estimated from the Labrador coast
near 5205N 5545W to 5015N 5415W to 5200N 4900W to 5300N 4730W to
5500N 5000W to 6000N 6000W to 6100N 5400W to 5800N 5000W then
eastwards.

Iceberg Count

No confirmed icebergs.

Iceberg Bulletin

Tail of the Grand Banks

Issued 11:00 AM EST 22 November 2017

Iceberg Limit

Iceberg limit at 0000 UTC 23 Nov estimated from the Labrador coast
near 5205N 5545W to 5015N 5415W to 5200N 4900W to 5300N 4730W to
5500N 5000W to 6000N 6000W to 6100N 5400W to 5800N 5000W then
eastwards.

Iceberg Count

Forecasts available to mariners upon request.
Warnings

Warnings (In effect)

Gale warning in effect

Southeastern Grand Banks

Issued 8:00 PM NST 22 November 2017

'Gale' force winds of 34 to 47 knots are occurring or expected to occur in this marine area. Watch for updated statements. Please refer to the latest marine forecasts for further details and continue to monitor the situation through Canadian Coast Guard radio or Weatheradio stations.

Synopsis

Technical Marine Synopsis

Issued 8:00 PM NST 22 November 2017 Tonight and Thursday At 8:00 p.m. NST tonight intensifying low 997 mb located south of
Nova Scotia.
By 8:00 p.m. NST Thursday low 984 mb located off the Northeast
Coast of Newfoundland.

At 8:00 p.m. NST tonight ridge located on a line north-south over
eastern Newfoundland.
By 3:30 p.m. NST Thursday departing ridge located east of the
Grand Banks.

Marine Weather Statement

Issued 7:58 PM NST 22 November 2017 An intense low pressure system will approach from the southwest
tonight and track northeastward across Gulf waters on Thursday before
crossing Northern Newfoundland Thursday evening. Gale force
southeasterlies will develop ahead of the low, then shift to gale to
storm force westerlies in its wake.

Marine interests are advised that a storm warning is in effect for
Gulf - Port au Port. Gale warnings are in effect for all remaining
waters.

Marine interests are also advised to prepare for higher than normal
water levels on Thursday during high tide along the Southwest Coast
from a combination of storm surge and high waves and pounding surf.
These conditions have the potential to cause minor coastal flooding
or infrastructure damage. Please monitor future forecasts for updated
information.

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