Extreme Weather Likely to Cause Delays in the North Sea

MarineLink.com
Wednesday, December 04, 2013

Some voyages are expected to be delayed in the North Sea waters as a very intense low is expected in the South Norwegian Sea on December 5 and is moving E-ward over Scandinavia on December 6.

It will cause severe weather conditions in the North Sea with STORM and HIGH to VERY HIGH SEA December 5-7.

Strongest wind and sea on late December 5-early December 6 with 50-80kts and sign sea up to 11m, from December 7 slowly improving conditions.

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