Central North Marine Weather Overview
Tides for BurnieLow Sat 05:39 EST (0.5m)
High Sat 11:53 EST (3.3m)
Low Sat 18:14 EST (1.0m)
High Sat 23:56 EST (3.3m)
Tides for LauncestonLow Sat 06:51 EST (0.8m)
High Sat 13:03 EST (4.2m)
Low Sat 19:21 EST (1.4m)
High Sun 01:07 EST (4.4m)
forecast windsSaturday: NW 25/35 kts
Sunday: W 25/35 kts
Monday: W/SW 25/35 kts
Friday: Northwesterly 20/30 knots. Seas: 2 metres. Swell: Westerly below 1 metre. Saturday: Northwesterly 25/35 knots turning westerly 25/30 knots during the morning. Seas: 2.5/4 metres, decreasing to 2/2.5 metres during the morning. Swell: Westerly below 1 metre, increasing to 1/2 metres during the morning. Outlook Sunday: Westerly 25/35 knots. Seas: 2.5/3 metres, increasing to 3/4 metres during the morning. Swell: Westerly 1/1.5 metres, increasing to 1.5/2.5 metres during the morning. Outlook Monday: West to southwesterly 25/35 knots decreasing to 20/25 knots during the afternoon. Seas: 2.5/4 metres, decreasing below 3 metres during the afternoon or evening. Swell: Westerly 2/3 metres, decreasing to 1/2 metres during the evening.Issued Fri 22:04 EST
Seas: Up to 4.0m
Swell: Up to 2.0m, W
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