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Halifax Harbour Marine Forecast


WINDS

NW
WINDS
20
KNOTS

SKIES

SHOWERS
ENDING
THIS
AFTERNOON

TEMPS

HIGH
TODAY
PLUS
5

MONDAY

SW
WINDS
15 - 20
INCREASING

The Marine Weather Forecast In Detail:
Environment Canada Forecast Issued: 1000 AM AST Sat Nov 26 2022

GALE WARNING IN EFFECT
Winds... Wind Northwest 20 Knots With Gusts To 30 Becoming Northwest 25 To 35 This Afternoon Then Diminishing To Northwest 20 Late This Evening With Gusts To 30. Wind Diminishing To Northwest 15 Late Overnight And To Light Sunday Morning. Wind Becoming Southwest 15 Sunday Evening.
Skies... Showers Ending This Afternoon. Rain Sunday Afternoon And Evening.
Temps... High Today Plus 5. Low Tonight Zero. High Sunday Plus 10.
Monday... Winds Southwest 15 To 20 Knots Increasing To Southwest 35 In The Afternoon.
Tuesday... Winds Northwest 25 Knots Diminishing To Northwest 15.
Wednesday... Winds Light Increasing To Southeast 25 Knots Late In The Day.
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Marine Weather Statement For The Maritimes
Issued By Environment Canada 9:49am AST Saturday 26 November 2022.

A Trough Of Low Pressure Extending From Cape Breton To Laurentian Fan Will Continue To Intensify Into A Low Pressure System Over Eastern Marine Waters On Sunday. Gale To Storm Force Winds Are Expected Over Most Waters In The Vicinity Of The Low.

Marine Interests Are Advised That Hurricane Force Wind Warnings Are In Effect For East Scotian Slope - Eastern Half And Laurentian Fan. Storm Warnings Are In Effect For West Scotian Slope, Eastern Shore, Sable, East Scotian Slope - Western Half, Fourchu, Banquereau, Cabot Strait- Southern Half, Northumberland Strait - Eastern Half And Gulf - Magdalen - Southeastern Half. Gale Warnings Are In Effect For All Remaining Waters Except Chaleur - Miscou - Western Half And Anticosti.

Higher Than Normal Water Levels Are Expected This Evening In The Gulf Of St. Lawrence. A High Water Level Warning Is In Effect For Northumberland Strait, And A Storm Surge Warning Is In Effect For Antigonish County. There Is Also A Threat Of Minor Flooding And Overwash For Parts Of Northern Prince Edward Island, The Bay Of Chaleur And For Northeast Facing Shorelines From The Acadian Peninsula South To Kent County Near High Tide Between 5:00 Pm And 8:00pm

Outlook For The Start Of The Southwest Nova Lobster Fishery.

Monday...

Lfa33: Winds Southwest 35 To 40 Knots Becoming West 25 Near Noon And Shifting To Northwest 25 In The Afternoon. Seas 1 To 2 Metres Building To 3 Metres In The Morning.

Lfa34: Winds Southwest 35 Knots Shifting To West 25 By Mid Morning Then Northwest 25 In The Evening. Seas 1 To 2 Metres Building To 2 To 3 Metres In The Morning.

Tuesday...

Lfa33: Winds Northwest 20 Knots Diminishing To 10 To 15 By Noon Then Light. Seas 2 Metres Diminishing To 1 Metre Near Noon.

Lfa34: Winds Northwest 20 Knots Diminishing To 10 To 15 By Noon Then Light In The Afternoon. Seas 1 To 2 Metres Diminishing To 1 Late In The Afternoon.

Wednesday...

Lfa33: Winds Light Increasing To South 15 In The Afternoon And South 25 In The Evening. Seas 1 Metre Increasing To 1 To 2 In The Afternoon.

Lfa34: Winds Light Increasing To Southerly 20 Knots Near Noon And To 25 To 30 In The Afternoon. Seas 1 Metre.