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'Extremely Active' Hurricane Season Possible for Atlantic Basin

8/12/2020 by US Harbors

Atmospheric and oceanic conditions are primed to fuel storm development in the Atlantic, leading to what could be an “extremely active” season, according to forecasters with NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, a division of the National Weather Service. The agency released its annual August update to the Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook,… SEE MORE

Sirius Marine's Fish Mapping Service

How to Locate Fish Faster

8/11/2020 by US Harbors

SiriusXM Marine’s new Fish Mapping service provides saltwater anglers with 8 dedicated fishing features, directly on their boat’s display, to help locate game fish faster.  Features include Fishing Recommendations, Weed Lines, Plankton info, Sea Surface Temperature info, and more.  In addition to the 8 fishing features, Fish Mapping includes all… SEE MORE

Isaias Continues Active Seasonal Trend for Atlantic Tropics

8/7/2020 by US Harbors

By David Cannon – Director of Yacht Operations/Meteorologist, Weather Routing Inc. (WRI) The Atlantic Hurricane Season has already been one for the record books and has been far more active than normal thus far. In an average season, we will find 1 or 2 named tropical cyclones (those of Tropical… SEE MORE

Isaias Forecast to Strengthen to a Hurricane as it Heads Toward the Carolinas

8/3/2020 by US Harbors

By Hollie Silverman and Monica Garrett. Tropical Storm Isaias is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane again and reach the Carolinas on Monday night, according to the National Hurricane Center. A hurricane warning has been issued for parts of South Carolina and North Carolina, and surges could reach 3 to 5 feet.… SEE MORE