Marine Forecasts for the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River (On)


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FQCN13 CWTO 220800
Marine forecasts for the Canadian portion of the Great Lakes and the
Ontario portion of the St. Lawrence River issued by Environment
Canada at 3:00 a.m. EST Monday 22 January 2018 for today tonight and
Tuesday.
The next scheduled forecast will be issued at 10:30 a.m. EST.

Fog implies visibility less than 1 mile.

Winds are for offshore areas. Nearshore winds may vary considerably
due to shoreline effects.

Western Lake Superior.
Freezing spray warning in effect.
Wind northeast 20 knots increasing to northeast 30 this evening then
 backing to north 25 Tuesday afternoon. Chance of flurries today and
 tonight. Freezing spray.

Eastern Lake Superior.
Freezing spray warning in effect.
Wind northeast 20 knots increasing to northeast 30 this afternoon
 then backing to north 25 near noon Tuesday. Chance of flurries
 changing to periods of snow this afternoon then to chance of
 flurries overnight and Tuesday. Freezing spray.

Whitefish Bay.
Wind east 20 knots diminishing to east 15 this morning then backing
 to northeast 20 this afternoon. Wind backing to north 20 near noon
 Tuesday. Chance of flurries changing to snow near noon then to
 chance of flurries overnight and Tuesday.

Northern Lake Huron.
Gale warning in effect.
Wind northeast 10 knots increasing to northeast 25 this morning and
 to east 35 this afternoon. Wind diminishing to east 30 this evening
 then backing to northeast 25 overnight. Wind backing to north 25
 near noon Tuesday. Snow or rain beginning this morning changing to
 periods of rain or freezing rain this afternoon then to snow Tuesday
 morning. Fog patches dissipating Tuesday morning.

Southern Lake Huron.
Wind light increasing to northeast 15 knots early this morning then
 veering to southeast 20 near noon. Wind veering to south 15 near
 midnight then to southwest 20 Tuesday morning. Wind veering to
 northwest 25 Tuesday afternoon. Periods of rain or drizzle and fog
 patches changing to snow near noon Tuesday. Risk of freezing spray
 Tuesday evening.

Northern Georgian Bay.
Wind northeast 10 knots increasing to northeast 25 this morning then
 veering to east 30 early this evening. Wind backing to northeast 25
 near midnight then to north 25 Tuesday afternoon. Snow beginning
 this morning changing to periods of rain or freezing rain early this
 evening then to periods of freezing rain overnight. Snow near noon
 Tuesday.

Southern Georgian Bay.
Wind east 10 knots increasing to east 25 this morning then veering to
 southeast 20 this evening. Wind veering to southwest 15 Tuesday
 morning then increasing to northwest 25 Tuesday afternoon. Snow
 beginning this morning changing to periods of rain this afternoon
 with risk of freezing rain then to snow near noon Tuesday. Fog
 patches dissipating near noon Tuesday. Risk of freezing spray
 Tuesday evening.

Lake St. Clair.
Wind light becoming south 15 knots near noon then veering to
 southwest 15 overnight. Wind increasing to northwest 25 Tuesday
 evening. Periods of rain or drizzle ending overnight. A few showers
 beginning near noon Tuesday and changing to a few flurries Tuesday
 evening. Fog patches dissipating Tuesday morning.

Western Lake Erie.
Wind southeast 10 knots increasing to south 15 this morning then
 backing to southeast 20 early this evening. Wind veering to
 southwest 15 near midnight then increasing to southwest 20 Tuesday
 morning. Wind increasing to southwest 25 Tuesday evening. Periods of
 rain or drizzle ending overnight. A few showers beginning Tuesday
 morning and changing to a few flurries Tuesday evening. Fog patches
 dissipating Tuesday morning.

Eastern Lake Erie.
Wind southeast 10 knots backing to east 10 this morning then
 increasing to southeast 15 this afternoon. Wind veering to southwest
 15 overnight then increasing to southwest 25 near noon Tuesday.
 Periods of rain or drizzle and fog patches ending Tuesday morning. A
 few showers beginning Tuesday morning and changing to a few flurries
 Tuesday evening.

Western Lake Ontario.
Wind east 10 knots increasing to east 25 this morning then
 diminishing to south 15 overnight. Wind increasing to southwest 25
 near noon Tuesday and to southwest 30 Tuesday evening. Periods of
 rain or drizzle ending Tuesday morning. A few showers beginning near
 noon Tuesday and changing to a few flurries Tuesday evening. Fog
 patches dissipating Tuesday morning.

Eastern Lake Ontario.
Wind northeast 10 knots increasing to northeast 20 this morning then
 veering to southeast 20 near midnight. Wind veering to south 15
 Tuesday morning then increasing to southwest 25 near noon Tuesday.
 Wind increasing to southwest 30 Tuesday evening. Periods of rain or
 drizzle beginning early this morning changing to periods of rain or
 freezing rain near noon then to periods of rain or drizzle overnight
 and ending Tuesday morning. A few showers beginning Tuesday
 afternoon. Fog patches dissipating near noon Tuesday.

Kingston to Cornwall.
Forecasts have ended for the season.

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