Weather Summary for Mexico and Central America



June 24, 2022, 9:30 pm (UTC: +00:00)
Subject: Weather Summary for Mexico and Central America

**OUTSIDE BAJA FORECAST**

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.WARNINGS.

...HURRICANE WARNING...
.TROPICAL STORM CELIA NEAR 17.1N 109.0W 996 MB AT 1500 UTC JUN
24 MOVING WNW OR 290 DEG AT 7 KT. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS 55 KT
GUSTS 65 KT. TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS WITHIN 90 NM NE
QUADRANT...60 NM SE QUADRANT...40 NM SW QUADRANT...AND 50 NM NW
QUADRANT. SEAS 12 FT OR GREATER WITHIN 180 NM NE QUADRANT...120
NM SE QUADRANT...75 NM SW QUADRANT...AND 150 NM NW QUADRANT WITH
SEAS TO 25 FT. ELSEWHERE WITHIN 18N104W TO 14N107W TO 16N111W TO
19N110W TO 21N107W TO 18N104W WINDS 20 TO 33 KT. SEAS 10 TO 12 FT.
REMAINDER OF AREA WITHIN 11N105W TO 10N110W TO 16N112W TO
22N110W TO 18N104W TO 11N105W WINDS 20 KT OR LESS. SEAS 8 TO 10
FT IN MIXED SWELL.
.24 HOUR FORECAST HURRICANE CELIA NEAR 17.9N 110.7W. MAXIMUM
SUSTAINED WINDS 65 KT GUSTS 80 KT. TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS
WITHIN 150 NM NE QUADRANT...90 NM SE QUADRANT...70 NM SW
QUADRANT...AND 80 NM NW QUADRANT. SEAS 12 FT OR GREATER
WITHIN 210 NM N SEMICIRCLE...180 NM SE QUADRANT...AND 120 NM
SW QUADRANT WITH SEAS TO 26 FT. ELSEWHERE WITHIN 12N108W TO
16N114W TO 19N114W TO 21N108W TO 19N105W TO 12N108W WINDS 20
TO 33 KT. SEAS 10 TO 12 FT. REMAINDER OF AREA WITHIN 11N106W
TO 10N113W TO 19N116W TO 23N108W TO 18N105W TO 11N106W WINDS
20 KT OR LESS. SEAS 8 TO 10 FT IN MIXED SWELL.
.48 HOUR FORECAST TROPICAL STORM CELIA NEAR 19.1N 113.4W.
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS 60 KT GUSTS 75 KT. TROPICAL STORM FORCE
WINDS WITHIN 110 NM NE QUADRANT...100 NM SE QUADRANT...80 NM SW
QUADRANT...AND 90 NM NW QUADRANT. SEAS 12 FT OR GREATER WITHIN
240 NM E SEMICIRCLE...180 NM SW QUADRANT...AND 210 NM NW QUADRANT
WITH SEAS TO 26 FT. ELSEWHERE WITHIN 17N110W TO 16N115W TO 20N117W
TO 23N113W TO 20N109W TO 17N110W WINDS 20 TO 33 KT. SEAS 10 TO 12 FT.
REMAINDER OF AREA WITHIN 14N106W TO 10N110W TO 19N120W TO
25N115W TO 22N106W TO 14N106W WINDS 20 KT OR LESS. SEAS 8 TO 10
FT IN MIXED SWELL.
.72 HOUR FORECAST TROPICAL STORM CELIA NEAR 20.2N 117.3W. MAXIMUM
SUSTAINED WINDS 50 KT GUSTS 60 KT.
EXTENDED OUTLOOK...USE FOR GUIDANCE ONLY...ERRORS MAY BE LARGE.
.96 HOUR FORECAST POST-TROPICAL CELIA NEAR 21.5N 122.0W. MAXIMUM
SUSTAINED WINDS 40 KT GUSTS 50 KT.
.120 HOUR FORECAST POST-TROPICAL REMNANT LOW CELIA NEAR 22.4N 126.9W.
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS 30 KT GUSTS 40 KT.
SHORT-TERM ENSENADA - CEDROS
TODAY - NW 12-16, Seas SSW 4-7 feet @ 16sec
TONITE - NW 11-15, Seas SSW 4-7 feet @ 15sec
SATURDAY - NW 11-16, Seas SSW 4-7 feet @ 15sec
SATURDAY NIGHT - NW 10-13, Seas SSE 5-8 feet @ 9sec

SHORT-TERM CEDROS - SAN LAZAROS
TODAY - WNW 8-11, Seas SSE 5-8 feet @ 11sec
TONITE - WNW 8-12, Seas SE 5-9 feet @ 10sec
SATURDAY - SW 5-7, Seas SE 6-9 feet @ 10sec
SATURDAY NIGHT - W 2-2, Seas SE 6-10 feet @ 10sec

SHORT-TERM SAN LAZAROS - CABO FALSO
TODAY - NNW 4-6, Seas SE 6-10 feet @ 10sec
TONITE - ENE 4-5, Seas SE 7-11 feet @ 9sec
SATURDAY - ESE 19-26, Seas SE 11-18 feet @ 9sec
SATURDAY NIGHT - ESE 21-28, Seas SE 12-18 feet @ 9sec

LONG-TERM OUTSIDE OF THE BAJA
SUNDAY - Northern 1/3 NW 10-13, Seas SSE 5-8 feet @ 9sec, Middle 2/3 NE 8-11, Seas SE 7-11 feet @ 10sec, Southern 1/3 ESE 21-29, Seas SSE 12-18 feet @ 9sec
MONDAY - Northern 1/3 WNW 4-5, Seas SSE 6-9 feet @ 11sec, Middle 2/3 ESE 14-19, Seas SSE 8-13 feet @ 10sec, Southern 1/3 SE 21-28, Seas S 10-16 feet @ 9sec
TUESDAY - Northern 1/3 SE 5-7, Seas SSE 5-9 feet @ 10sec, Middle 2/3 ESE 7-10, Seas S 7-11 feet @ 9sec, Southern 1/3 WNW 7-9, Seas SSW 4-7 feet @ 15sec
WEDNESDAY - Northern 1/3 WNW 7-10, Seas SSW 4-7 feet @ 14sec, Middle 2/3 WNW 9-13, Seas SSW 4-6 feet @ 14sec, Southern 1/3 WNW 11-16, Seas SSW 4-7 feet @ 14sec
THURSDAY - Northern 1/3 NW 9-13, Seas SSW 4-6 feet @ 16sec, Middle 2/3 NW 11-15, Seas SSW 4-6 feet @ 16sec, Southern 1/3 NW 12-16, Seas SSW 4-7 feet @ 16sec


**SEA OF CORTEZ FORECAST**

ELSEWHERE, FRESH NORTHERLY GAP WINDS ARE OCCURRING ACROSS THE
GULF OF TEHUANTEPEC PER RECENT ASCAT SCATTEROMETER DATA DUE TO A
LOCALLY TIGHT PRESSURE GRADIENT. SEAS ARE 5 TO 7 FT THERE.
MODERATE TO LOCALLY FRESH NW-N WINDS ARE NOTED OFFSHORE BAJA
CALIFORNIA, STRONGEST NEAR AND NORTH OF PUNTA EUGENIA. GENTLE TO
MODERATE WINDS ARE ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF THE MEXICAN OFFSHORE
WATERS, LOCALLY MODERATE IN THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN GULF OF
CALIFORNIA. SEAS ARE 4 TO 7 FT OUTSIDE OF CELIA AND THE GULF OF
TEHUANTEPEC, EXCEPT 3 FT OR LESS IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA.
FOR THE FORECAST, LARGE SWELL FROM CELIA WILL CONTINUE TO IMPACT
THE SOUTHERN MEXICAN OFFSHORE WATERS, GRADUALLY SPREADING
NORTHWARD TOWARD THE ENTRANCE OF THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA TODAY.
THIS SWELL SHOULD ENTER THE SOUTHERN GULF OF CALIFORNIA AND REACH
THE WEST COAST OF BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR BY SAT NIGHT. FRESH N
WINDS IN THE GULF OF TEHUANTEPEC REGION WILL GRADUALLY DIMINISH
LATER TODAY. EARLY NEXT WEEK, CONDITIONS WILL BECOME QUITE QUIET
IN THE WAKE OF CELIA, EXCEPT OFFSHORE OF CHIAPAS AND OAXACA
WHERE ANOTHER AREA OF LOW PRESSURE COULD IMPACT THE AREA.
TROPICAL STORM CELIA IS CENTERED NEAR 17.1N 109.0W AT 24/1500
UTC MOVING WNW AT 7 KT. ESTIMATED MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE IS
996 MB. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND SPEED IS 55 KT WITH GUSTS TO 65
KT. PEAK SEAS ARE CURRENTLY AROUND 25 FT. NUMEROUS MODERATE AND
ISOLATED STRONG CONVECTION IS NOTED WITHIN 150 NM IN THE EAST
SEMICIRCLE AND WITHIN 90 NM IN THE WEST SEMICIRCLE OF CELIA.
SCATTERED MODERATE CONVECTION IS ELSEWHERE FROM 07N TO 22N
BETWEEN 99W AND 110W. CELIA IS FORECAST TO SLOW DOWN LATER TODAY
AND TONIGHT BUT THEN GRADUALLY ACCELERATE ON A WEST-
NORTHWESTWARD COURSE LATE SATURDAY INTO MONDAY. ADDITIONAL
STRENGTHENING IS FORECAST, AND CELIA COULD BECOME A HURRICANE
TONIGHT OR ON SATURDAY. WEAKENING IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN SATURDAY
NIGHT OR SUNDAY. SWELLS ARE AFFECTING PORTIONS OF THE
SOUTHWESTERN COAST OF MEXICO AND WILL SPREAD NORTHWARD TO THE
SOUTHERN BAJA CALIFORNIA PENINSULA AND THE COAST OF WEST-CENTRAL
MEXICO TODAY AND SATURDAY. THESE CONDITIONS COULD CAUSE LIFE-
THREATENING SURF AND RIP CURRENTS. PLEASE CONSULT PRODUCTS FROM
YOUR LOCAL WEATHER OFFICE. PLEASE READ THE LATEST NHC PUBLIC
ADVISORY AT HTTPS://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/TEXT/MIATCPEP3.SHTML AND
FORECAST/ ADVISORY AT
HTTPS://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/TEXT/MIATCMEP3.SHTML FOR MORE DETAILS.
SHORT-TERM SEA OF CORTEZ NORTHERN HALF (north of 27N)
TODAY - W 8-11, Seas SSW 2-4 feet @ 16sec
TONITE - NW 5-7, Seas SSW 2-4 feet @ 15sec
SATURDAY - SSE 8-11, Seas SSW 2-4 feet @ 15sec
SATURDAY NIGHT - SSE 9-12, Seas SSW 2-4 feet @ 14sec

SHORT-TERM SEA OF CORTEZ SOUTHERN HALF (south of 27N)
TODAY - SW 13-18, Seas SSW 5-9 feet @ 15sec
TONITE - SSW 10-13, Seas SSW 5-9 feet @ 15sec
SATURDAY - SSE 15-20, Seas SSE 8-13 feet @ 9sec
SATURDAY NIGHT - SSE 17-24, Seas SSE 9-15 feet @ 9sec

LONG-TERM SEA OF CORTEZ
SUNDAY - Northern Half SSE 9-12, Seas SSW 2-4 feet @ 14sec, Southern Half SSE 21-29, Seas S 10-15 feet @ 9sec
MONDAY - Northern Half SW 6-8, Seas S 3-6 feet @ 10sec, Southern Half SE 12-17, Seas SSW 8-13 feet @ 9sec
TUESDAY - Northern Half WSW 6-8, Seas SSW 4-6 feet @ 8sec, Southern Half WNW 9-12, Seas SSW 4-6 feet @ 16sec
WEDNESDAY - Northern Half W 13-18, Seas SSW 3-6 feet @ 14sec, Southern Half WNW 8-11, Seas SSW 4-6 feet @ 15sec
THURSDAY - Northern Half W 11-15, Seas SSW 3-5 feet @ 16sec, Southern Half SSW 7-10, Seas SSW 3-5 feet @ 16sec


**SEA OF CORTEZ SOUTHERN CROSSING FORECAST**
SHORT-TERM SOUTHERN CROSSING (along 23N)
TODAY - SW 13-18, Seas SSW 5-9 feet @ 15sec
TONITE - SSW 10-13, Seas SSW 5-9 feet @ 15sec
SATURDAY - SSE 15-20, Seas SSE 8-13 feet @ 9sec
SATURDAY NIGHT - SSE 17-24, Seas SSE 9-15 feet @ 9sec

LONG-TERM SOUTHERN CROSSING
SUNDAY - SSE 21-29, Seas S 10-15 feet @ 9sec
MONDAY - SE 12-17, Seas SSW 8-13 feet @ 9sec
TUESDAY - WNW 9-12, Seas SSW 4-6 feet @ 16sec
WEDNESDAY - WNW 8-11, Seas SSW 4-6 feet @ 15sec
THURSDAY - SSW 7-10, Seas SSW 3-5 feet @ 16sec


**MAZATLAN TO BANDERAS BAY FORECAST**
SHORT-TERM MAZATLAN TO BAHIA BANDERAS
TODAY - SW 13-18, Seas SW 3-6 feet @ 15sec
TONITE - E 3-4, Seas S 5-8 feet @ 9sec
SATURDAY - S 12-16, Seas S 5-8 feet @ 9sec
SATURDAY NIGHT - S 21-29, Seas S 7-11 feet @ 8sec

LONG-TERM MAZATLAN TO BAHIA BANDERAS
SUNDAY - S 21-29, Seas S 7-11 feet @ 8sec
MONDAY - NW 8-10, Seas SW 4-6 feet @ 8sec
TUESDAY - WNW 12-17, Seas SW 3-5 feet @ 16sec
WEDNESDAY - ESE 13-18, Seas SW 3-6 feet @ 14sec
THURSDAY - WSW 8-11, Seas SSW 2-4 feet @ 15sec


**CABO CORRIENTES FORECAST**
SHORT-TERM CABO CORRIENTES TO MANZANILLO
TODAY - SSE 22-29, Seas SSE 9-14 feet @ 8sec
TONITE - SE 21-29, Seas SSE 10-15 feet @ 8sec
SATURDAY - SE 17-24, Seas S 8-12 feet @ 9sec
SATURDAY NIGHT - SSE 21-29, Seas S 8-12 feet @ 8sec

LONG-TERM CABO CORRIENTES TO MANZANILLO
SUNDAY - SSE 21-29, Seas S 8-12 feet @ 8sec
MONDAY - NNW 7-10, Seas SW 5-8 feet @ 8sec
TUESDAY - NNW 11-16, Seas SW 4-7 feet @ 15sec
WEDNESDAY - NW 8-11, Seas SW 4-7 feet @ 15sec
THURSDAY - S 7-10, Seas SW 3-6 feet @ 14sec


**MEXICAN RIVIERA FORECAST**
SHORT-TERM MEXICAN RIVIERA MANZANILLO TO BAHIAS DE HUATULCO
TODAY - WNW 8-12, Seas SW 4-7 feet @ 15sec
TONITE - NNW 10-14, Seas SW 5-8 feet @ 15sec
SATURDAY - NNW 8-11, Seas SW 5-8 feet @ 15sec
SATURDAY NIGHT - WNW 9-12, Seas SW 5-8 feet @ 14sec

LONG-TERM MEXICAN RIVIERA MANZANILLO TO BAHIAS DE HUATULCO
SUNDAY - WNW 13-17, Seas SW 5-8 feet @ 14sec
MONDAY - WNW 11-15, Seas WSW 5-8 feet @ 9sec
TUESDAY - NNW 7-10, Seas SW 4-7 feet @ 16sec
WEDNESDAY - ESE 10-14, Seas SW 5-9 feet @ 14sec
THURSDAY - ESE 9-13, Seas SW 5-8 feet @ 14sec


**TEHUANTEPEC FORECAST**

ELSEWHERE, FRESH NORTHERLY GAP WINDS ARE OCCURRING ACROSS THE
GULF OF TEHUANTEPEC PER RECENT ASCAT SCATTEROMETER DATA DUE TO A
LOCALLY TIGHT PRESSURE GRADIENT. SEAS ARE 5 TO 7 FT THERE.
MODERATE TO LOCALLY FRESH NW-N WINDS ARE NOTED OFFSHORE BAJA
CALIFORNIA, STRONGEST NEAR AND NORTH OF PUNTA EUGENIA. GENTLE TO
MODERATE WINDS ARE ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF THE MEXICAN OFFSHORE
WATERS, LOCALLY MODERATE IN THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN GULF OF
CALIFORNIA. SEAS ARE 4 TO 7 FT OUTSIDE OF CELIA AND THE GULF OF
TEHUANTEPEC, EXCEPT 3 FT OR LESS IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA.
FOR THE FORECAST, LARGE SWELL FROM CELIA WILL CONTINUE TO IMPACT
THE SOUTHERN MEXICAN OFFSHORE WATERS, GRADUALLY SPREADING
NORTHWARD TOWARD THE ENTRANCE OF THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA TODAY.
THIS SWELL SHOULD ENTER THE SOUTHERN GULF OF CALIFORNIA AND REACH
THE WEST COAST OF BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR BY SAT NIGHT. FRESH N
WINDS IN THE GULF OF TEHUANTEPEC REGION WILL GRADUALLY DIMINISH
LATER TODAY. EARLY NEXT WEEK, CONDITIONS WILL BECOME QUITE QUIET
IN THE WAKE OF CELIA, EXCEPT OFFSHORE OF CHIAPAS AND OAXACA
WHERE ANOTHER AREA OF LOW PRESSURE COULD IMPACT THE AREA.
SHORT-TERM TEHUANTEPEC
TODAY - NNW 8-12, Seas SW 6-9 feet @ 16sec
TONITE - WNW 13-18, Seas SW 5-8 feet @ 15sec
SATURDAY - NNE 6-8, Seas SW 4-7 feet @ 15sec
SATURDAY NIGHT - WSW 9-13, Seas SW 4-7 feet @ 14sec

LONG-TERM TEHUANTEPEC
SUNDAY - WSW 9-13, Seas SW 4-7 feet @ 14sec
MONDAY - SE 8-11, Seas SW 4-7 feet @ 14sec
TUESDAY - ESE 5-8, Seas SW 5-8 feet @ 17sec
WEDNESDAY - SW 6-8, Seas SW 4-7 feet @ 15sec
THURSDAY - N 7-9, Seas SW 5-9 feet @ 16sec


**GAP WINDS FORECAST**

.INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE/MONSOON TROUGH...
MONSOON TROUGH FROM 09N84W TO 07N95W TO 15N103W...THEN CONTINUES
SW OF CELIA FROM 13N110W TO 08N128W. ITCZ FROM 08N128W TO BEYOND
07N140W. SCATTERED MODERATE FROM 04N TO 10N AND E OF 97W...AND
FROM 07N TO 11N BETWEEN 110W AND 120W.

THE MONSOON TROUGH EXTENDS FROM 09N84W TO 07N95W TO 15N103W,
THEN CONTINUES SW OF CELIA FROM 13N110W TO 08N128W. THE ITCZ
EXTENDS FROM 08N128W TO BEYOND 07N140W. SCATTERED MODERATE
CONVECTION IS NOTED FROM 04N TO 10N AND E OF 97W, AND FROM 07N
TO 11N BETWEEN 110W AND 120W.
SURFACE RIDGE EXTENDS FROM WELL NORTH OF THE AREA TO ACROSS THE
WATERS NORTH OF THE ITCZ AND MONSOON TROUGH AND WEST OF CELIA.
GENTLE TO MODERATE WINDS DOMINATE THE WATERS NORTH OF THE ITCZ
AND MONSOON TROUGH, ALONG WITH SEAS OF 5 TO 7 FT. MODERATE
SOUTHERLY WINDS AND SEAS OF 6 TO 7 FT PREVAIL SOUTH OF THE
MONSOON TROUGH, LOCALLY 8 FT NEAR 03.4S WEST OF 110W.
...INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE/MONSOON TROUGH...
MODERATE TO FRESH NE TO E GAP WINDS ARE OCCURRING IN THE GULF OF
PAPAGAYO REGION. MODERATE TO LOCALLY FRESH SW WINDS ARE OCCURRING
SOUTH OF THE MONSOON TROUGH. LIGHT TO GENTLE WINDS ARE ELSEWHERE.
SEAS ARE MAINLY 4 TO 6 FT ACROSS THE OFFSHORE WATERS IN S TO SW
SWELL. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE FROM
OFFSHORE COLOMBIA TO OFFSHORE EL SALVADOR.
FOR THE FORECAST, MODERATE TO LOCALLY FRESH NE TO E WINDS ACROSS
THE GULF OF PAPAGAYO ARE EXPECTED TO CONTINUE THROUGH THE
WEEKEND. LIGHT TO GENTLE WINDS WILL PREVAIL ELSEWHERE NORTH OF
THE MONSOON TROUGH THROUGH THE WEEKEND. MAINLY MODERATE SOUTHERLY
WINDS WILL PREVAIL SOUTH OF THE MONSOON TROUGH THROUGH THE NEXT
SEVERAL DAYS, LOCALLY FRESH THROUGH EARLY SAT. SEAS WILL NOT VARY
MUCH THROUGH THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS.

ELSEWHERE, FRESH NORTHERLY GAP WINDS ARE OCCURRING ACROSS THE
GULF OF TEHUANTEPEC PER RECENT ASCAT SCATTEROMETER DATA DUE TO A
LOCALLY TIGHT PRESSURE GRADIENT. SEAS ARE 5 TO 7 FT THERE.
MODERATE TO LOCALLY FRESH NW-N WINDS ARE NOTED OFFSHORE BAJA
CALIFORNIA, STRONGEST NEAR AND NORTH OF PUNTA EUGENIA. GENTLE TO
MODERATE WINDS ARE ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF THE MEXICAN OFFSHORE
WATERS, LOCALLY MODERATE IN THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN GULF OF
CALIFORNIA. SEAS ARE 4 TO 7 FT OUTSIDE OF CELIA AND THE GULF OF
TEHUANTEPEC, EXCEPT 3 FT OR LESS IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA.
MODERATE TO FRESH NE TO E GAP WINDS ARE OCCURRING IN THE GULF OF
PAPAGAYO REGION. MODERATE TO LOCALLY FRESH SW WINDS ARE OCCURRING
SOUTH OF THE MONSOON TROUGH. LIGHT TO GENTLE WINDS ARE ELSEWHERE.
SEAS ARE MAINLY 4 TO 6 FT ACROSS THE OFFSHORE WATERS IN S TO SW
SWELL. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE FROM
OFFSHORE COLOMBIA TO OFFSHORE EL SALVADOR.

MODERATE TO FRESH NE TO E GAP WINDS ARE OCCURRING IN THE GULF OF
PAPAGAYO REGION. MODERATE TO LOCALLY FRESH SW WINDS ARE OCCURRING
SOUTH OF THE MONSOON TROUGH. LIGHT TO GENTLE WINDS ARE ELSEWHERE.
SEAS ARE MAINLY 4 TO 6 FT ACROSS THE OFFSHORE WATERS IN S TO SW
SWELL. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE FROM
OFFSHORE COLOMBIA TO OFFSHORE EL SALVADOR.
FOR THE FORECAST, MODERATE TO LOCALLY FRESH NE TO E WINDS ACROSS
THE GULF OF PAPAGAYO ARE EXPECTED TO CONTINUE THROUGH THE
WEEKEND. LIGHT TO GENTLE WINDS WILL PREVAIL ELSEWHERE NORTH OF
THE MONSOON TROUGH THROUGH THE WEEKEND. MAINLY MODERATE SOUTHERLY
WINDS WILL PREVAIL SOUTH OF THE MONSOON TROUGH THROUGH THE NEXT
SEVERAL DAYS, LOCALLY FRESH THROUGH EARLY SAT. SEAS WILL NOT VARY
MUCH THROUGH THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS.
SHORT-TERM GAP WINDS (Near 11N 86W)
TODAY - ENE 18-25, Seas SW 4-6 feet @ 16sec
TONITE - ENE 14-19, Seas WSW 4-6 feet @ 16sec
SATURDAY - ENE 18-25, Seas WSW 4-7 feet @ 15sec
SATURDAY NIGHT - ENE 19-25, Seas WSW 4-7 feet @ 14sec

LONG-TERM GAP WINDS (Near 11N 86W)
SUNDAY - ENE 19-25, Seas WSW 4-7 feet @ 14sec
MONDAY - NNE 8-12, Seas SW 3-6 feet @ 13sec
TUESDAY - ENE 17-23, Seas SW 4-7 feet @ 16sec
WEDNESDAY - ENE 20-27, Seas SW 4-7 feet @ 16sec
THURSDAY - ENE 18-25, Seas SW 3-6 feet @ 14sec


** TSUNAMI INFO **
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Updated 26 May 2022 15:48:13 GMT (29.2 days old)
SOUTHEAST OF LOYALTY ISLANDS

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Updated 13 Jun 2022 17:41:56 GMT (11.2 days old)
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