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Coastal Marine Weather In - Melbourne FL

  • Melbourne Florida for 06-15-2024

    15 JUN. 2024 · Alright folks, let's dive into the watery world of the East Central Florida Coastal Waters Forecast! I'm here to sprinkle some weather wisdom on your day, so listen up! For all you sea-faring souls cruising along the Atlantic coastal waters from Flagler Beach to Jupiter Inlet out to 60 nautical miles, here's the scoop: Today we've got some nice northeast winds tickling at 5 to 10 knots, later switching to a southeasterly breeze. The seas are at a calm 2 feet range with a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the mix for the afternoon. Tonight, expect those winds to turn southeast at a gentle 5 knots, keeping things smooth on the intracoastal waters with seas at that 2-foot mark lingering on. As we slide into Sunday, those east winds are back at 5 to 10 knots, with the seas picking up a tad at 2 to 3 feet. Keep an eye out for those isolated showers and storms dancing around. Now, remember, always keep an eye out for those higher winds and waves near any thunderstorms that decide to crash the party. For more detailed forecasts and updates, don't forget to check us out via the link in the show notes. Thank you for listening and make sure to subscribe to never miss an update!
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  • Melbourne Florida for 06-14-2024

    14 JUN. 2024 · Alrighty folks, let's dive into your coastal waters forecast for East Central Florida, brought to you by the National Weather Service in Melbourne. Today we're looking at some interesting weather patterns along the Atlantic coastal waters from Flagler Beach to Jupiter Inlet. So, here's the scoop: A weak low-pressure system is bidding us adieu as it waltzes northeastward into the western Atlantic. Meanwhile, a shy little front is peeking into the waters. Come late weekend and early next week, high pressure is gearing up to throw its weight around the Florida peninsula and nearby waters. What does this mean for you? Brace yourselves for scattered showers and lightning storms making cameo appearances each day through early next week. For those venturing into the Gulf Stream area, fret not, as there are currently no hazards to report. In terms of temperatures and conditions closer to our shores, in the area from Flagler Beach to the Volusia-Brevard County Line, today, expect North winds at around 5 to 10 knots, transitioning to the northeast later in the day. Seas are forecasted to be around 2 to 3 feet. You might encounter a light chop on the intracoastal waters, so hold onto your hats. As we look ahead to the weekend, Saturday seems to be shaping up with North winds at about 5 knots, turning eastwards as the day unfolds. There's a chance of showers and thunderstorms, so maybe pack an extra poncho just in case! For more detailed information on specific areas within the coastal waters region, check out the full forecast available via the link in the show notes. And remember, stay safe and weather-aware out there, folks! Thank you for listening, and make sure to subscribe to never miss an update.
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  • Melbourne Florida for 06-13-2024

    13 JUN. 2024 · Hey there, folks! Time to dive into your coastal waters forecast for East Central Florida, where the sun and the storms play a game of tag. Today looks like a mixtape of weather - with west winds shifting to the north later on, bringing along a chance of thunderstorms and showers, especially in the afternoon. Don't forget that umbrella! As we sail into tonight, those north winds will cozy up to the west after midnight, but be prepared for a potential light show from Mother Nature with some more showers and thunderstorms. And looking ahead to Friday, those northwest winds will do a little dance to the east in the afternoon, keeping those seas at a comfy 2 feet range. But hey, keep an eye out for thunderstorms and more showers. By Friday night, expect a mix of southeasterly and southwestern winds with a chance of showers and thunderstorms throughout the evening, lingering into the night. Come the weekend, we're looking at some southwest winds cooling down to the east side on Saturday, eventually turning southeast. And yup, you guessed it - more showers and thunderstorms on the forecast track. Sunday and Monday bring some easterlies at 5 to 15 miles per hour, with a mix of sun and a chance of those pesky thunderstorms. Be ready for some wet weather! Remember, for more detailed info, check out the link in the show notes. Thank you for listening and make sure to subscribe to never miss an update!
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  • Melbourne Florida for 06-12-2024

    12 JUN. 2024 · Alright, let's dive into the watery world of East Central Florida's Coastal Waters Forecast! I'm here to spill the details from Flagler Beach to Jupiter Inlet, so grab a coffee and let's chat some weather. So, what's the scoop for our boaters out there? Well, we've got a stationary front chillin' over Florida, just north of our local waters. Keep an eye out for weak low-pressure system Invest 90L trotting northeastward. Oh, and that high pressure? It's gonna strut its stuff over the weekend and into early next week. Cue scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the week and into the weekend. It's like Mother Nature's mixing things up for a tropical cocktail party out there. For those cruising through the Gulf Stream, watch out for some south to southwest winds speedin' at 15 to 20 knots, with occasional waves showing off at 6 feet. Keep those sails steady, mateys! Now, honing in on specific areas, like Flagler Beach to Volusia-Brevard County Line in the 0-20 nautical miles zone, today, expect some south winds at 10 to 15 knots. The seas will be rockin' at 2 to 3 feet, so prepare for a moderate chop on the intracoastal waters. Keep an umbrella handy because showers are likely with a side of thunderstorms. And this evening, things calm down with southwest winds at 5 to 10 knots. Smooth sailing on the intracoastal waters, but those showers will still be tagging along. Feelin' a bit further out? In the Flagler Beach to Volusia-Brevard County Line spanning 20-60 nautical miles, you're looking at some south winds at 10 to 15 knots, with seas at 3 to 4 feet. Another round of showers likely with a side of thunderstorms, so pack your rain gear. Now folks, remember to stay weather-wise and maybe give those fishing plans a rain check. Keep safe out there, and for more in-depth updates, check out the link in the show notes. Thank you for listening and make sure to subscribe to never miss an update!
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  • Melbourne Florida for 06-11-2024

    11 JUN. 2024 · Alright, folks, it's time to dive into the coastal waters forecast for East Central Florida! Get ready to set sail on this weather adventure. Today along Flagler Beach to the Volusia-Brevard County Line, we're looking at Southwest winds around 10 knots, shifting to the south later. Expect seas of 1 to 2 feet with a chance of thunderstorms and showers. So, keep an eye out if you're hitting the waters. Tonight, those south winds will pick up to 10 to 15 knots, with seas ranging from 3 to 4 feet. Showers are likely after midnight - so make sure to batten down the hatches! As we sail into Wednesday, plan for South winds at 5 to 10 knots and seas around 2 to 3 feet. A moderate chop on the intracoastal waters with a chance of thunderstorms and showers in the forecast. Looking ahead to the rest of the week, Thursday brings Southwest winds becoming east in the afternoon, then south in the evening, and back to southwest after midnight. Seas will be around 1 to 2 feet, with a mix of smooth and choppy waters. By Friday, expect North winds at 5 to 10 knots, getting ready for the weekend with showers likely and a chance of thunderstorms. It's always an adventure on the Florida waters! So, stay safe out there, keep an eye on the skies, and be prepared for changing conditions. And remember, for more detailed information, you can always check us out via a link in the show notes. Thank you for listening and make sure to subscribe to never miss an update.
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  • Melbourne Florida for 06-10-2024

    10 JUN. 2024 · Alright folks, let's dive into some coastal waters forecasts for East Central Florida courtesy of the National Weather Service in Melbourne. So, what's the scoop for the waters from Flagler Beach to Jupiter Inlet out to about 60 nautical miles? Well, it looks like we've got some action happening out there. With Atlantic high pressure sliding southeast as a frontal boundary chills up north, we might see some weak surface disturbances popping up from the Gulf to the local Atlantic waters as we move through the week. This could bring us some isolated to scattered showers and lightning storms that may ramp up to become scattered to numerous by midweek. Keep an eye out for those! Now, when it comes to the Gulf Stream, we're looking at south to southwest winds reaching around 15 to 20 knots offshore of Volusia and Brevard counties, so be prepared for that if you're venturing out. For the more detailed inshore forecasts, here's what's on the horizon: In the area from Flagler Beach to Volusia-Brevard County Line within 0-20 nautical miles, expect west winds today shifting to southeast and then south, picking up in strength throughout the day. Seas ranging from 1 to 3 feet with a mix of showers, thunderstorms, and choppy waters. As we move into the week, those south winds will continue to play a part, keeping things interesting with showers and storms likely. If you're cruising from Volusia-Brevard County Line to Sebastian Inlet within 0-20 nautical miles, similar patterns of winds and seas can be expected. So, stay tuned and keep an eye on the skies. And if your journey takes you further out, from Flagler Beach to Volusia-Brevard County Line and beyond, be prepared for some bumps with south winds 10 to 15 knots increasing, chances of thunderstorms, and seas ranging from 2 to 3 feet. Remember, things can get a bit hairy near thunderstorms, so keep your wits about you and stay weather-aware out there! For more detailed updates and to stay in the loop, check out the link in our show notes. Thank you for listening and make sure to subscribe to never miss an update.
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  • Melbourne Florida for 06-09-2024

    9 JUN. 2024 · Alrighty, folks, let's dive right into the coastal waters forecast for East Central Florida! We've got the scoop from Flagler Beach to Jupiter Inlet out 60 nautical miles! Today on the seas, expect some west winds starting at a leisurely 5 to 10 knots, eventually changing to southerly breezes later on. Seas will be around 1 to 2 feet, giving you a moderate chop on the intracoastal waters. And watch out for those showers and thunderstorms - they'll be making appearances throughout the week as the moisture levels rise. But hey, it's all part of that Florida charm, right? Now, if you're planning some evening activities, be prepared for those winds to pick up a bit, reaching around 10 to 15 knots as they shift to the south by tomorrow morning. Seas might also see a bump to around 2 to 3 feet. And hey, keep an eye out for some thunderstorm action brewing on the horizon. As we roll into the week, the wind directions will be doing a little dance from southwest to southeast, keeping things interesting out there on the water. But don't worry, with some smooth sailing in between the thunderstorms, you'll have plenty of opportunities to enjoy the sun and the surf! Remember, for more detailed info, check us out via the link in the show notes. Thank you for listening and make sure to subscribe to never miss an update!
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  • Melbourne Florida for 06-08-2024

    8 JUN. 2024 · Alright, folks, let's dive into the coastal waters forecast for East Central Florida brought to you by the National Weather Service in Melbourne, Florida. Today, we can expect some west winds cruising at around 5 to 10 knots, shifting to a southwest direction later in the morning, and then hello east breezes early afternoon. By late afternoon, they'll swing southeast hitting 10 to 15 knots, bringing us some slight chances of showers and thunderstorms. Seas will be running at 1 to 2 feet, so grab your sunscreen and your shades for a fun day out. For tonight, those south winds will pick up to 10 to 15 knots, but then chill out to 5 to 10 knots post-midnight. Seas will remain around 1 to 2 feet, creating a light chop in the intracoastal waters. Looking ahead to Sunday, southwest winds will be making an entrance at around 5 knots, switching to southeast later on. The waves will be dancing around at 1 to 2 feet, offering us a light chop once again. Keep an eye out for some afternoon showers and thunderstorms - all adding to that typical Florida summer vibe. As we move into next week, there's potential for more rain and storms, so stay tuned for updates. Remember, always be weather-wise when you're out and about on the water. For detailed forecasts and more information, check us out via the link in the show notes. Thank you for listening and make sure to subscribe to never miss an update. Happy sailing, everyone!
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  • Melbourne Florida for 06-07-2024

    7 JUN. 2024 · Hey there folks, and welcome back to your favorite coastal waters forecast for East Central Florida brought to you by the National Weather Service in Melbourne. Let's dive into what the ocean has in store for us today. For those cruising along the Atlantic coastal waters from Flagler Beach to Jupiter Inlet out 60 nautical miles, here's what you can expect. Continued wind directions shifting from west-southwest to east-southeast in the afternoon, thanks to that good ol' east coast sea breeze. We might see some isolated rain and lightning storms today, but don't worry, chances decrease as we head into the weekend. Now, keep your eyes peeled next week because we're expecting more rain and storms with some moisture making a return. If you're planning to set sail, boating conditions should generally be smooth sailing aside from those passing storms. No major hazards to report in the Gulf Stream, just a heads up on its approximate location depending on where you are. Now, let's take a closer look at specific areas: For Flagler Beach to Volusia-Brevard County Line 0-20 nautical miles: Today, expect a mix of west and south winds with some showers and thunderstorms possible in the afternoon. Conditions should calm down tonight with a slight chance of more showers and storms. As we sail into the weekend, west winds will be making way for southeasterly breezes, with waves predominantly in the 1 to 2 feet range. A light chop on the intracoastal waters, with a sprinkle of showers and thunderstorms to keep things interesting. Remember, higher winds and waves are on the menu around thunderstorms, so keep an eye out. And there you have it, folks! A peek into what the sea has in store for us today and beyond. Remember, always stay weather-aware and sail safe out there. For more detailed updates, check out the link in the show notes. Thank you for listening and make sure to subscribe to never miss an update.
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  • Melbourne Florida for 06-06-2024

    6 JUN. 2024 · Hey there, East Central Florida! Time for a dose of that sweet oceanic forecast straight from the National Weather Service in Melbourne. I'm here to give you the lowdown on what's happening out on the waters today and beyond. Let's dive in. So, picture this: we've got a ridge of high pressure lounging over the west Atlantic, slowly shimmying its way south. Meanwhile, a light front is moseying towards North Florida, bringing a change in winds from southerly today to a mix of west and southwest over the weekend. Expect those sneaky sea breezes to switch things up each afternoon and evening, giving rise to some thunderstorms with a chance of being feisty. Keep an eye out for isolated strong to severe storms cruising along the horizon today. But hey, boating conditions should stay A-OK, minus any pesky lightning storms. Now, for the Gulf Stream dazzlers - clear skies ahead, folks. The Gulf Stream's west wall is hanging out around 36 nautical miles east of Ponce Inlet. Feeling adventurous? Dive right into those East Central Florida waters, my friends. For today's closer look – here's a glimpse at Flagler Beach to Volusia-Brevard County Line within 20 nautical miles: South winds kicking off around 5 knots, shifting southeast later, with seas around 2 feet. Showers and thunderstorms might just crash the party this afternoon. And later tonight, those winds will sway southwest, with a chance of more thunderstorm fun. It's like a mini weather rollercoaster! Looking into the crystal ball towards the weekend – expect some southeast winds on Friday with a light chop along the intracoastal waters. Showers and thunderstorms might pop up to say hello, so have your rain gear handy just in case. Hang tight, Sunday sailors! We're talking about southwest winds swaying your way, with some southeast action in the afternoon. Seas staying calm at 1 to 2 feet, so smooth sailing ahead. Remember, wind and waves can get a bit frisky near those thunderstorms, so keep your eyes peeled as you navigate our beautiful Florida waters. For more details and the full rundown, check out the link in our show notes. Thanks for tuning in and stay weather-wise out there, East Central Florida. Stay safe, stay informed. This is your waterside weather buddy, signing off. Thank you for listening and make sure to subscribe to never miss an update.
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Stay safe and informed on the water with the "Coastal Marine Weather Forecast: Melbourne, Florida" podcast. Get detailed forecasts, wave conditions, wind advisories, and marine warnings tailored to the Melbourne...

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Stay safe and informed on the water with the "Coastal Marine Weather Forecast: Melbourne, Florida" podcast. Get detailed forecasts, wave conditions, wind advisories, and marine warnings tailored to the Melbourne coastal area. Essential listening for boaters, fishermen, surfers, and anyone who enjoys the Space Coast.
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