Issued 10:00 AM ADT 10 July 2020
Today Tonight and Saturday.
Strong wind warning in effect.
Wind light becoming southeast 15 knots this afternoon with gusts to 25 in the Honguedo Strait. Wind becoming southerly 15 early Saturday morning then increasing to south 20 Saturday afternoon.
Fog patches dissipating this afternoon. Fog patches forming this evening and dissipating Saturday morning.
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Ice ForecastsIssued 10:00 AM EDT 25 May 2020
Forecasts available to mariners upon request.
Iceberg BulletinIssued 2:30 PM EDT 9 July 2020
Iceberg LimitIceberg limit at 0000 UTC 10 Jul estimated from Newfoundland near
4700N 5520W to 4550N 5335W to 4550N 5130W to 5130N 4900W to 5400N
4850W to 6130N 5900W to 6200N 5800W then eastwards.
Western iceberg limit at 0000 UTC 10 Jul estimated from Quebec near
5119N 5831W to Newfoundland near 5022N 5726W.
Iceberg CountNo confirmed icebergs.
Warnings (In effect)
AnticostiIssued 10:00 AM ADT 10 July 2020
'Strong' winds of 20 to 33 knots are occurring or expected to occur in this marine area. Please refer to the latest marine forecasts for further details and continue to monitor the situation through Canadian Coast Guard radio or Weatheradio stations.
Technical Marine SynopsisIssued 10:00 AM ADT 10 July 2020 Today Tonight and Saturday At 10:00 a.m. ADT today low 1015 mb located over the southwestern
By 3:30 p.m. ADT today low 1015 mb located south of the Grand Banks.
At 3:00 a.m. ADT Saturday Tropical Storm Fay 1004 mb located near
By 3:30 p.m. ADT Saturday weakening tropical depression Fay 1007
mb located over western New England.
Marine Weather StatementIssued 9:54 AM ADT 10 July 2020 Tropical cyclone information..
As of 9:00 AM ADT tropical storm Fay was located near latitude 37.6
north and longitude 74.7 west, about 55 nautical miles or 85
kilometres south southeast of ocean city Maryland. Maximum sustained
winds are estimated at 45 knots and the central pressure 999 MB.
Fay is moving toward the north at 9 knots. Little change in
intensity is expected today as it moves along the mid-Atlantic coast
of the United States. Thereafter it is expected to weaken as it
moves inland and becomes absorbed into an existing weather feature
over Western New England today night into Saturday. Southerly winds
up to 25 knots are likely over western waters on Saturday as this
combined feature passes well west of the district.
Atlantic - Maritimes Area
- Bras d'Or Lakes
- Browns Bank
- Cabot Strait
- Chaleur - Miscou - eastern half
- Chaleur - Miscou - western half
- Eastern Shore
- East Coast
- East Scotian Slope
- Georges Bank
- Grand Manan
- Gulf - Magdalen
- Gulf - Port au Port
- Halifax Harbour and Approaches
- LaHave Bank
- Laurentian Fan
- L'Isle-aux-Coudres to Tadoussac
- Northumberland Strait
- Pointe à Michel to Pointe-des-Monts
- Pointe-des-Monts to Anticosti - northern half
- Pointe-des-Monts to Anticosti - southern half
- Southeastern Grand Banks
- Southwestern Grand Banks
- Southwestern Shore
- Southwest Coast
- South Coast
- Tadoussac to Pointe à Michel
- West Scotian Slope
- Arctic - Eastern Arctic
- Arctic - Western Arctic
- Atlantic - Labrador
- Atlantic - Maritimes
- Atlantic - Newfoundland
- Great Lakes - Lake Erie and Lake Ontario
- Great Lakes - Lake Huron
- Great Lakes - Lake Superior
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