NOAA Marine Forecast Lake Erie

February 13, 2014
Noaa East Marine Weather

San Francisco Bay Operational Forecast SystemNOAA's National Ocean Service (NOS) has upgraded its Chesapeake Bay Operational Forecast System (CBOFS). The new higher resolution CBOFS is now based on a three-dimensional ROMS model that runs on NOAA's High Performance Computers (HPC). In addition to providing water level nowcast and forecast guidance, the new CBOFS now also provides currents, water temperature and salinity as well as interpolated winds from National Weather Service products. CBOFS runs four times per day and generates 6-hour nowcasts and 48-hour forecast guidance. CBOFS products include time series graphics at station locations and aerial animations of the whole Chesapeake Bay for all five parameters (wind, water level, currents, temperature and salinity).

NOAA's National Ocean Service (NOS) has developed a Delaware Bay Operational Forecast System (DBOFS). DBOFS is based on a three-dimensional ROMS model that runs on NOAA's High Performance Computers (HPC). DBOFS provides water level, currents, water temperature and salinity nowcast and forecast guidance as well as interpolated winds from National Weather Service products. DBOFS runs four times per day and generates 6-hour nowcasts and 48-hour forecast guidance. DBOFS products include time series graphics at station locations and aerial animations of the whole Delaware Bay for all five parameters (wind, water level, currents, temperature and salinity).

NOS created the Port of New York and New Jersey Operational Forecast System (NYOFS) to provide the maritime community with improved short-term predictions of water levels and currents in the Port of New York and New Jersey. Be advised that these predictions are based on a hydrodynamic model and, as such, should be considered as computer-generated forecast guidance.

NOS created the St. John's River Operational Forecast System (SJROFS) to provide the maritime community with improved short-term predictions of water levels and currents in St. John's River. Be advised that these predictions are based on a hydrodynamic model and, as such, should be considered as computer-generated forecast guidance.

Operational Forecast System Regions: Gulf of Mexico

NOAA's National Ocean Service (NOS) has developed the Northern Gulf of Mexico Operational Forecast System (NGOFS) including two nested Northeast and Northwest Gulf of Mexico Operational Forecast Systems (NEGOFS/NWGOFS). NGOFS is based on a three-dimensional FVCOM model that runs on NOAA's High Performance Computing System (HPC). NGOFS provides water levels, currents, water temperature and salinity nowcast and forecast guidance as well as interpolated winds from National Weather Service products for the northern Gulf of Mexico including seven ports at Matagorda Bay, Galveston Bay, Sabine Neches, Calcasieu/Lake Charles, Gulfport, Pascagoula Bay and Mobile Bay, six of which are CO-OPS PORTS® partners. NGOFS runs four times per day and generates 6-hour nowcasts and 48-hour forecast guidance. NGOFS products include time series graphics at station locations and aerial animations for all five parameters (winds, water levels, currents, temperature and salinity).

NOAA's National Ocean Service (NOS) has developed a . TBOFS is based on a three-dimensional ROMS model that runs on NOAA's High Performance Computers (HPC). TBOFS provides water level, currents, water temperature and salinity nowcast and forecast guidance as well as interpolated winds from National Weather Service products. TBOFS runs four times per day and generates 6-hour nowcasts and 48-hour forecast guidance. TBOFS products include time series graphics at station locations and aerial animations of the whole Tampa Bay for all five parameters (wind, water level, currents, temperature and salinity).

Operational Forecast System Regions: Great Lakes

NOS created the Lake Erie Operational Forecast System (LEOFS) to provide the maritime community with improved short-term predictions of water levels and currents in the Lake Erie. Be advised that these predictions are based on a hydrodynamic model and, as such, should be considered as computer-generated forecast guidance. More information about the Great Lakes OFS, go to the GLOFS web page.

NOS created the Lake Huron Operational Forecast System (LHOFS) to provide the maritime community with improved short-term predictions of water levels and currents in the Lake Huron. Be advised that these predictions are based on a hydrodynamic model and, as such, should be considered as computer-generated forecast guidance. More information about the Great Lakes OFS, go to the GLOFS web page.

NOS created the Lake Michigan Operational Forecast System (LMOFS) to provide the maritime community with improved short-term predictions of water levels and currents in the Lake Michigan. Be advised that these predictions are based on a hydrodynamic model and, as such, should be considered as computer-generated forecast guidance. More information about the Great Lakes OFS, go to the GLOFS web page.

NOS created the Lake Ontario Operational Forecast System (LHOFS) to provide the maritime community with improved short-term predictions of water levels and currents in the Lake Ontario. Be advised that these predictions are based on a hydrodynamic model and, as such, should be considered as computer-generated forecast guidance. More information about the Great Lakes OFS, go to the GLOFS web page.

NOS created the Lake Superior Operational Forecast System (LSOFS) to provide the maritime community with improved short-term predictions of water levels and currents in the Lake Superior. Be advised that these predictions are based on a hydrodynamic model and, as such, should be considered as computer-generated forecast guidance. More information about the Great Lakes OFS, go to the GLOFS web page.

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