- Placentia Bay, Newfoundland

Placentia Bay Marine Forecast issued 10:30 Wed 17 Sep 2014
5 to 10 knot southerlies, variable at times, today under a ridge. Winds veer into the west this evening and into the north by Thursday morning between a weak ridge to the northwest and Hurricane Edouard passing southeast of the Grand Banks. Winds veer to the south Thursday afternoon and freshen and veer to 10 to 15 knot northwesterlies by Friday morning as a low over Labrador sends a cold front across the island. Good visibility through Thursday falling to fair at times early Friday morning. Temperatures between 13 and 15 degrees through Friday afternoon.

SmartAtlantic Notices

15.Sep.2014
We are pleased to announce the deployment of our Bay of Islands Met/Ocean buoy in Monday, September 9, 2014. Please keep an eye for our new Tide Station data for in Port aux Basques, Corner Brook and Lewisporte in the coming months.

09.Sep.2014
We are pleased to report that the repairs have been completed to the buoy at the Mouth of Placentia Bay and wind speed and direction data are now available. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused for local mariners.

04.Sep.2014
We are pleased to announce the deployment of our Bay of Exploits Met/Ocean buoy On Monday September 1, 2014. Please keep an eye for the launch of our Bay of Islands buoy in the next weeks and as well our new Tide Stations in Port aux Basques, Corner Brook and Lewisporte.


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Canada's Economic Action Plan - Marine Technology Improvements Province of Newfoundland and Labrador