Strait of Georgia - south of Nanaimo Marine Forecast
|Winds... Wind Southeast 20 To 30 Knots Veering To Southwest 15 To 25 Near Noon Tuesday.|
|Waves... Tonight, Waves 4 To 6 Ft. Tue, Waves 3 To 5 Ft. Tue Night, .|
|Wednesday... Winds Southwest 10 To 20 Knots Becoming Variable 5 To 15 In The Morning Then Increasing To Southeast 15 To 25 In The Afternoon.|
|Thursday... Winds Southeast 20 To 30 Knots.|
|Friday... Winds Southeast 20 To 30 Knots Diminishing To Southeast 15 Late In The Day.|
Marine Weather Statement For The Pacific Waters
Issued By Environment Canada 4:00pm PST Monday 6 February 2023.
A Frontal System Over The Queen Charlotte Sound Will Move Southeastward Across The South Coast Tonight And Tuesday Morning. Southerly To Southwesterly Ahead Of This System Will Ease To Moderate To Strong Westerlies Behind It This Evening. Strong To Gale Force Southeasterlies In The Strait Of Georgia Will Ease Shift To Moderate To Strong Southwesterlies Tuesday Morning, With Westerly Gales Developing In The Juan De Fuca Strait Tuesday Afternoon.
A 998 Millibar Low Will Approach Southern Bowie Early Tuesday Morning And Reach The Mainland North Coast Tuesday Evening. Gale Force Westerlies In Its Vicinity Will Develop Over Parts Of The Offshore And Central Waters Early Tuesday Morning. Local Storm Force Westerlies Can Be Expected South Of The Low. Gale Force Outflows Can Be Expected Near Midday Tuesday Near Portland Inlet. Winds Will Ease To Moderate To Strong Westerlies In The Wake Of The Low Tuesday Night.