Marine Weather Net

Juan de Fuca Strait - BC Waters - Central Marine Forecast


WAVES

TONIGHT
WAVES
2 TO
4 FT

SKIES


CLOUDY
TONIGHT

SATURDAY

E
WINDS
15
INCREASING

SUNDAY

NE
WINDS
25 - 35
DIMINISHING

The Marine Weather Forecast In Detail:
Environment Canada Forecast Issued: 930 PM PST Thu Jan 26 2023

Waves... Tonight, Waves 2 To 4 Ft. Fri, Waves 2 To 4 Ft Subsiding To 1 Ft Or Less In The Afternoon. Fri Night, Waves Less Than 1 Ft.
Skies... Tonight, Cloudy With 60 Percent Chance Of Showers. Friday, Mainly Cloudy. 30 Percent Chance Of Showers Early In The Morning And Late In The Afternoon.
Saturday...Winds East 15 Knots Increasing To Northeast 15 To 25 In The Morning And To Northeast 25 To 35 In The Afternoon.
Sunday...Winds Northeast 25 To 35 Knots Diminishing To Northeast 10 To 20 Late In The Day.
Monday...Winds East 5 To 15 Knots.
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Marine Weather Statement For The Pacific Waters
Issued By Environment Canada 9:15pm PST Thursday 26 January 2023.

A Trough Currently Over Queen Charlotte Sound Will Track Southwards Tonight And Lie Over Southern Vancouver Island By Friday Morning. Meanwhile, A Very Strong Ridge Of High Pressure Will Build Into Interior British Columbia In The Coming Days. Strong To Gale Force Northerly Winds Will Develop Between These Two Features, Beginning In Southern Waters On Friday And Spreading North Friday Night Into Saturday.

Strong To Gale Force Outflow Winds Will Develop In The Coastal Inlets Friday Night And Are Expected To Strengthen To Gale To Storm Force Outflow On Saturday As The Ridge Of High Pressure Builds Over The Interior.