This site is a guide to marine weather forecasts and how to use them. Understanding marine weather forecasts and about weather at sea are both essential to safety of vessels and their crews, especially those of sailing yachts and leisure motor boats. Global Marine Networks Global Marine Networks provides compressed satellite email, weather, vessel tracking services and blogging. Marine communication is easier and more cost effective with wireless services, airtime satellite phones, Pactor modems and marine equipment from one trusted location Hffax All about weather fax, meteorological satellites and SSTV Survey of hardware and software as well as many interesting links Metoffice UK The Met Office - The latest UK and international weather forecast. Global weather services for business and the public.
How to build your own weather forecast
5IT Birmingham - 2 February - BBC Genome
With practical explanations and helpful diagrams and photographs, this is the ideal guide for skippers and crew, especially those studying for their Day Skipper and Yachtmaster exams. Weather determines when we sail, where we sail to — and whether we arrive safely. This essential pocket-sized guide equips the reader with all the necessary tools to predict and deal with local and distant weather conditions, whether on a day trip or a longer cruise, along the coast or further offshore. Each topic is broken down into digestible chapters, explaining the origins and effects of the full spectrum of weather conditions, including: - using and evaluating weather forecasts - depressions, fronts, isobars and other coastal effects - waves and swell - weather lore and sky watching.
Frank Singleton Weather Forecasts – a realistic view
Observations Forecast Maps Overview Animation. How should I use the forecast? XCWeather interpolates this information to give a forecast for each location.