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NOR'EASTER FORECAST: A system that moved onshore in the Pacific Northwest will weaken as it passes through the Rockies before reorganizing over Texas heading into the second half of the week. Surface low pressure will strengthen as it tracks across the Gulf states on Thursday before moving offshore over the Carolinas/Mid-Atlantic as a nor'easter heading into the weekend, when the greatest coastal weather impacts are expected. The low continues to deepen as it lingers offshore over the weekend, tracking past the Canadian Maritimes towards the northern Atlantic early next week. Mariners on the East Coast and Gulf of Mexico should monitor conditions closely.

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Storm Status: As of 4PM (EST) on Thursday afternoon, January 14th, Hurricane Alex is located at 33.6N and 27.8W, or 350 miles south of the Azores. Maximum sustained wind speeds are 75kts and the storm is tracking to the NNE (20deg) at 20kts, with a minimum central pressure of 981mb.

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MARINE ALERT: A frontal boundary recently interacted with high pressure over the eastern US, resulting in a storm system with 40- to 50-knot winds. This storm continues to move south towards the Caribbean. Starting today Puerto Rico can expect adverse marine conditions with a high surf advisory in effect. Rapidly rising surf is also forecasted for the western Caribbean through this morning. Rough conditions will continue into Friday but are expected to dissipate over the weekend.

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HOLIDAY FORECAST: Planning a trip over the holiday weekend? Check your local conditions before you go.

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MARINE ALERT: Northern California and Hawaii will be affected by an intense, hurricane-force storm that has recently developed over the Northwest Pacific. The storm is packing satellite-confirmed winds of up to 50-60kts and seas up to 50-plus feet in some locations. A severe weather watch and small craft advisory is in effect for coastal waters from Cape Mendocino to Pt. St. George, CA. This storm will continue to develop over the next 24 to 48 hours. It will track eastward and continue to affect Hawaii and the West Coast throughout the week.

Oahu, HI, can expect a high surf advisory of 35-40 ft. with occasional 45-50 ft. rouge waves, with conditions peaking Wednesday. By Thursday or Friday, Northern California can expect winds speeds in excess of 25-30 plus knots and high surf of 16-20 ft. creating hazardous conditions for small craft.

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BUOYWEATHER ALL ACCESS: Stay connected to the latest marine weather forecasts and charts anywhere you go. Access your favorite forecast locations on your computer, tablet and phone. Download the free Buoyweather mobile app available for iOS and Android.

Buoyweather's point-based marine weather forecasting system empowers users to make informed decisions about their offshore navigation and recreation. Use Buoyweather to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience on the water.

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RARE STORM: Hurricane Alex has formed in the eastern Atlantic and is currently tracking NNE at 20 mph with max sustained winds of 85 mph. Alex is the first hurricane to form in the month of January since 1938, and the first hurricane to occur in this month since Hurricane Alice in 1955. The government of the Azores has issued warnings for most
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MARINE ALERT: A hurricane-force system located roughly 1,000 miles north of Hawaii is tracking toward the US West Coast. Beginning today, Northern California marine conditions will build as an evolving complex low pressure system moves toward the coast. The current marine forecast for this area calls for 20- to 30-knot winds and 20-plus-foot seas as the storm continues to develop over the North Pacific during the next few days.

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MARINE ALERT: The North Pacific has been and continues to be in a very active pattern with large storms covering the West Pacific. This is allowing for a series of progressively larger swells to move into Hawaii on New Year’s Day and into the weekend.

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